Tiberias used to be a great city, byt the sea of Galilee, with numerous restaurants and great hotels by Israel's largest sweet water lake.
This started to change in the 1990's, when a lot of Orthodox people settled in the city.
The city became a religious city, with literally nothing open during Saturday.
It's also pretty difficult to find non-Kosher places to eat in.
Furthermore, since the majority of the Orthodox population is rather poor, the city has become neglected and dirty, which is a real shame, since it used to be the gem of the Galilee.
The sea of Galilee is sure worth a visit, but there is absolutely NOTHING to do in Tiberias, alas.
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