The town, and ancient Roman base on the western side of the Sea of Galilee, is an interesting base for exploring Galilee and the Golan. Other than the waterfront the town is nothing special, while the modern town snakes up the hill so will probably be little more than a view from the traveller's window. However the views over to the Golan are excellent, and there are many interesting archaeological and religious sites nearby. The recent excavations at Magdala are fascinating. Wooden vessels take pilgrims and tourists out onto the lake. The town shuts down for the Sabbath,
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