at friday 04.11.16
the museum will be closed
You might have expected to find two or three tourist sites in Ramla, but you will have to think again! The list of sites worth seeing is quite long and includes more than 20 locations.
Probably, you have heard of the Pool of Arched and the White Tower, but how about the Hoard of Gold Coins, Harry Potter, a 500-year-old Renaissance painting worth millions, concerts in a church, a huge aircraft hangar and more?
You are invited to come in and check this out by yourselves. Just be aware that this might be addictive…
You are invited to tour Ramla’s numerous tourist sites – and all on foot, without needing a car!
There’s a large variety of tours at your disposal which you can take by yourself or accompanied by a guide: A tour of classical Ramla, a tour in the footsteps of Christianity or Islam, a culinary tour and more. Where os yhe way to Jerusalem?
Would you possibly like to see the grave of Harry Potter? Or do you perhaps feel like floating on water below ground? And how about food?
A family, a group of colleagues from work, a group looking for a guide – Are you interested in a special tour for yourself, your staff or with friends?
Do you want to see a real painting that is worth millions?
Do you want to sail in a boat below ground? Would you like to climb a 700-year- old tower? Do you fancy seeing a hoard of real gold coins? Are you hungry?
Are you looking for a culinary and anthropological experience?
Ramla’s market, or bazaar, in the town’s Old City is among the most famous in all Israel. Would you like to sample ethnic food, “wipe” hummus off your plate, wolf down Turkish bourekas or fresh knafeh? Or do you fancy some spices? The Ramla market is the place to go. And the Food Tasting Ticket is the way…
It’s worth it and highly recommended for everyone who’s got an appetite (but not only them)…
The Cultures & Religions of Ramla
There is something about the city of Ramla that enchants visitors: its warm hospitality, its mix of tourist attractions, its vivacious markets, or perhaps its diverse population.
Today it is home to some 76,000 residents, including Jewish immigrants from over 55 countries, Moslems, Christians, and Karaites.