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Free guided tours of Israel’s Parliament include an explanation of the structure of the Israeli government and a look at the famous tapestries of Marc Chagall, which illustrate important moments in Jewish history.
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There was a fence and wall around it, so we could not get up close. Maybe you can book a visit. But it was not like many castles and parliment buildings that you can get close and take photo. Atleast we did not see any...More
The accessibility and beauty of true democracy and the drama of the rebirth of Israel is a marvel to experience. Seeing how this amazing democracy investigates a bill and how the parties work together with the executive and judicial branches is great but also the...More
This was one of the highlights of the trip. The tourguide was terrific and although the Knesset was not working the building was a wonderful experience. The explanations of Israel democracy and the architecture is very, very interesting.
Just across the road from the Knesset Menorah is the Knesset building itself and a visit to these two attractions can be done at the same time. We did not have time to visit inside the building (parties of children were doing so at the...More
This is basically a theme restaurant with a choice of fish or pizzia. We had one fish (deep fried head tail bones, just gutted. We also had one pizzia. Flattened bread with catsup and a sprinkle of cheese. Really awful food and not cheap!