West Bank Tourism revolves around its historical and biblical sites. Tourists as well as Christian pilgrims from around the World get attracted towards the numerous religious destinations that are scattered around the ancient cities of East Jerusalem and Bethlehem. Even after the unrest in the region, West Bank attracts hordes of tourists towards its vast nature reserves. Bethlehem, the birth place of Jesus and Kind David and the final resting place of the matriarch Rachel is one of the top places to visit in West Bank.
Major tourist attractions in Bethlehem include Church of the Nativity, Shepherd’s Field, Manger Square and Solomon’s Pools. The Biblical city of Jericho, located close to the Dead Sea is believed to be one of the world’s oldest cities. Hebron is another important city in the West Bank renowned for housing the Tomb of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs.