Top 10 Budget-friendly Things to do in Tiberias, Northern District

May 18, 2022 Major Galusha

Tiberias (/taɪˈbɪəriəs/; Hebrew: טְבֶרְיָה‬, Tverya,  (audio) (help·info); Arabic: طبرية‎, Ṭabariyyah) is an Israeli city on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee. Established around 20 CE, it was named in honour of the second emperor of the Roman Empire, Tiberius. In 2016 it had a population of 43,148.
Restaurants in Tiberias

1. Berenice Winery

Yokhanan Ben Zakai Waze Berenicewinery, Tiberias 2441008 Israel +972 50-760-5129 [email protected] http://www.facebook.com/BereniceWinery
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5.0 based on 74 reviews

Berenice Winery

Berenice winery is a boutique winery located in the center of Tiberias just 10 minutes walk from the sea of Galilee. (For quickest response message my cell ) The villa and its balcony are a part of an ancient Basalt house which was built by our family in 1929. Gidi, who recently renovated the house, is an architect and a winemaker. The cellar is located under the house who currently hosts visitors who choose to stay for some nights. Staying in the authentic spacious suite and dining in the large shared garden with a glass of our fine wine will make your visit unforgettable. Please call us before arriving, we are open on Thurs,Friday but we may open on special calls for buying a bottle of wine ot special group events. Friday noon and Thursday evenings are our happy hours with friends at winery, Lately we have too many messages chanels and we dont see we sometimes do mistakes - Whatsapp !!

Reviewed By idanshaun

We visited the place for one night, we were a bunch of friends -- The atmosphere was magical, a peaceful place near the Sea of Galilee. A lot of seating areas, 2 pools, the place with spotlessly clean, very good sound systems around the facility and the red wine is great. Highly recommended.

2. Galilee Sailing LTD

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5.0 based on 128 reviews

Galilee Sailing LTD

Galilee Sailing is a boat company located on the Sea of Galilee. We operate sailings for groups and individuals. Our fleet of boats are the most unique in the Galilee as we provide ancient boats in all sizes, from 1 Person to 400 People. Our unique sailing gives the impression of how it was 2000 years ago on the sea of Galilee, our boats run with Electric Motors (Quiet) The Twelve Tribe Expirience is the real thing!!!

3. Sea of Galilee

Tiberias Israel
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4.5 based on 2,410 reviews

Sea of Galilee

Reviewed By KimGTravels - Pacific Grove, United States

Beautiful to look at, but a cruise on a "Jesus Boat" makes for a moving and memorable journey. Look up while on the Sea of Galilee to the imposing Mount Arbel. Life focuses on the sea, its history and the abundant food is provides, such as the St. Peter's Fish. Learn more about the unique geological and weather conditions that can turn this tranquil body of water into a raging sea. Such a treat to experience this Biblically historical Sea of Galilee!

4. Tabgha

Tiberias Israel +972 4-667-8100 http://www.bibleplaces.com/tabgha.htm
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4.5 based on 223 reviews

Tabgha

Reviewed By KimGTravels - Pacific Grove, United States

Many early Christian experiences have occurred in the Tabgha area, yet this lovely church honors the extraordinary miracle of Jesus feeding the multitude with 5 loaves and 2 fish, as written in Luke 9:16, as well as other books of the Gospel in The Bible. Known for the beautiful mosaics in recognition of this miracle and other scenes, the lovely, peaceful church has a welcoming inner courtyard with an olive tree as its focal point. We enjoyed a hot cappuccino and snack before entering the church in the early morning, prior to the arrival of all of the tours.

5. Arbel National Park

Kfar Hamam, Tiberias Israel +972 4-673-2904 [email protected] http://www.parks.org.il/ParksAndReserves/arbel/Pages/default.aspx
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4.5 based on 447 reviews

Arbel National Park

A vertical cliff towering magnificently over the Sea of Galilee and looking out towards the Golan Heights and Mt Hermon;

Reviewed By outside67

Fantastic hike, few people on the trail, easy to picture lives millennium ago in the caves and more recent fortifications, ascend to the top from trail that takes you by the overlook, overlooking Sea of Galilee the entire trip... going up is a 7-8 effort level... rock scramble easily doable, especially since they’ve strategically placed iron holds in the most difficult spots... we did it in runners, many of the locals coming down had thin sandals... the exposure to wind, sun and vertical drops makes it seem much more of an adventure.... bring water, and apple and a hat. Tip: start at bottom and climb up... different perspective and much bigger sense of accomplishment than coming down.

6. Kursi National Park

East coast of the Kineret, Tiberias Israel +972 4-673-1983 http://www.parks.org.il/ParksENG/company_card.php3?CNumber=336752
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4.5 based on 70 reviews

Kursi National Park

Reviewed By teddy1014 - Brooklyn, United States

Beautiful surrounding as it feels a bit off the beaten path for other Sea of Galilee tours. The ruins is well-preserved, with most of its mosaics intact, and the church still has a bit of its Cupola left. Much fewer tourists in this area

7. Ginosar Village

Tiberias 14980 Israel +972 4-670-0320 http://www.ginosar.co.il/en/village/attraction.cfm
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4.5 based on 111 reviews

Ginosar Village

Reviewed By TimeToTravel2468 - Florence, United States

The history of how this boat was discovered, recovered, and preserved is well explained and is amazing. The video is short and to the point. Seeing the actual boat on display was so interesting. This place is well worth the time to visit. And by the way, the gift shop at the site is one of the better ones.

8. Domus Galilaeae

Road #90 opposite Vered Hagalil, Tiberias Israel +972 4-680-9100 http://www.domusgalilaeae.org/index.php/en/
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4.5 based on 105 reviews

Domus Galilaeae

Reviewed By DoronStein - Haifa, Israel

We had the pleasure of exploring the monastery , guided by Aldo. Every visitor , or groups of visitors gets a guide which escort the tour , and shared his knowledge and some of his personal experience as well. The monastery itself is amazingly built , with the best view of the sea of Galilee , which is certainly a bonus

9. Kibbutz Degania Alef

Degania Alef, Tiberias 1512000 Israel +972 4-660-8101 [email protected] http://www.degania.org.il/en/
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4.5 based on 61 reviews

Kibbutz Degania Alef

Degania Alef, 'Mother of the Kibbutzim' is the first Kibbutz, established in 1910 on the shores of the Sea of Galilee and Jordan River. A fascinating social experiment in communal living, which has lasted more than a century. History, culture and heritage from pioneer days at the beginning of last century, continued by today's vibrant pioneers in modern Kibbutz living.

10. Tel Hazor National Park

Road 90 Ayelet HaSHahar, Tiberias Israel +972 4-693-7290 [email protected] http://www.parks.org.il/ParksAndReserves/telHazor/pages/default.aspx
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Tel Hazor National Park

Tel Hatsor is identified with the biblical Hatsor – perhaps the greatest of the cities of the land of Israel in the Late Canaanite period

Reviewed By F5102ELbarbarar - Erie, United States

Tel Hazor is located in the Hula Valley, at the foot of the Galilee mountains. It is situated along the ancient road and linked the land of Israel thru Lebanon's Beka'a Valley to Babylon. Natural conditions led it to become the greatest city in the land of Israel of the Canaanite period. Hazor, consists of an upper city and a lower city. At one time, the city's population was about 15,000. An Irish scholar first identified biblical Hazor in 1875. There is a walking path, picnic tables, a lookout, toilets and parking there. Very interesting to visit.

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