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Aleppo's famous citadel didn't draw two hungry travellers half as much as its famous sweet shop.
Damascus was long claimed to be the oldest city on earth. It is certainly crammed full of historical remains.
Set on a dramatic hill top, Susita may have been the home of a lunatic healed by Jesus.
Banias is the source of the Jordan River and a famous sanctuary to the god Pan.
- Belvoir Castle
A massively impressive castle, Belvoir held out alone against the Muslim forces for 18 desperate months.
I can't make up my mind whether Kfarhim is a sneaky con or a brilliant spoof.
Beirut, the capital of the Lebanon, was the pearl of the Middle East until civil war tore it apart.
Petra, the rock-cut city, has many points of interest, but we focus on one that will help you after a hard day's sight-seeing.
- Dead Sea
The Dead Sea is the lowest dry spot on earth and the saltiest sea. A swim there is a memorable experience.
One of the most fascinating cities in the world, Jerusalem has many secret corners and interesting people.
During the 1948 battles this convoy tried to relieve Jerusalem. It failed.
The revolt of the Macabbees began here, but did God prosper them - or not?
Gezer was an important city on the edge of the coastal plain, but its ruins hid a grisly secret.
The Diggings Tour always ends with a dig; this is the story of one year's dig.