We came here on a Friday afternoon on a clear day and we were absolutely amazed by the views from the top. Mount Hermon was covered with snow and you can see at least 40km into Syria. Being outside at the top can get very windy and cold so come prepared! There are some cool old bunkers to walk in,... 更多
Landscape view of Mount burden is one of the most beautiful and unique Htftzmfiot shown Bisral.lahronh addition belongings border between Israel and Syria can even eat pizza.
One of the highest mountains in northern Israel. Adjacent to Mount Avital there is an Israeli army base overlooking Syria. Immigrants mountain and steep winding drive until you reach the upper parking lot. And continue on foot observation. At the entrance there is a very nice cafe named coffee Annan. Observation itself is at the center of a large bunker... 更多
One of the highest peaks in the Golan Heights, providing spectacle views of the Israeli and Syrian Golan Heights. It gives a little insight of the 1973 war between the two countries. One can view at times the results of the current civil war in Syria. Sad.
The view is nice, but what makes you remember the view is the history behind it, and the people who are there - I observed the tourists' behaviour and you can see how interesting it is that some people choose to make their political stance obvious in how they pose for photos. There is a little cafe there in case... 更多
Not just a view, not just a landscape. The view tells the story of the relationship between Israel and Syria and their past conflicts. Observed by the un the area is peaceful now. Bangs can be heard though from some far away incident in the Syrian war. A great place to visit. It is enriching to see the un fufill... 更多
Wonderful view of the Golan Heights and further into Syria. There is a good recorded explanation, both in Hebrew and in English about the area and the history of the area (the 1973 war). There are old bunkers where children can spend time inside. On the way up the mountain there are many metal sculptures - interesting to look at.... 更多
Nice couple of hours. High mountain overlooking Syrian plains. Interesting metal sculptures. There is a desrted Israeli bunker to wonder about. UN peace keeping solders happy to chat and take photos with you. Better to come in the afternoon, when the sun is in the West, and you look to the east. But the coffee shop closes at 5 pm.
Mt. Bental is a lookout point in the Israeli Golan. There is a decent coffeeshop and gift staor run by kibbutzniks at the nearby Kibutz Merom Golan, but the main attractions are the former strongpoint from the 1973 war, which is preserved and explained by signs and plaques, and the overviews of the former battles in the 1973 Arab-Israel War... 更多