Tiberias is a very nice town to go and visit. The people at the information centre are very helpful to inform you about the towns history and places which are nice to visit.
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Visiting Tiberias in July/August is no pleasure. The town is very hot and humid during the summer with temperatures soaring to the 40s Celsius. It is a town that is filthy, neglected and apart from a cruise on the Kinneret with noisy, blaring music on...More
I have been in the country for fourty years and this little ugly town is really awful. Sad as it has so much potential. There is nothing to do and nothing to see or visit. Just stay away from Tiberius as the experience will ruin...More
In simple words if your 70+ ,and u like only to rest and chill in your hotel is a perfect place. Besides that ,the city is a Ghost Town,0 attractions,old,dirty and in the weekend everything's is closed .Yep. everything (because of Shabat)
A tiny sleepy little town next to the Sea of Galilee and one can go around this town and enjoy the beautiful sights from different places
Tiberias is a great little town for tourism. We feel at home here. The people are friendly and helpful. We recommend staying here when traveling in the north of Israel.
Let me try to set the visual stage for what one sees upon arrival... if you are from the US imagine one of the older, aging family style resort towns that were built and boomed in the Roaring 50's and into the '60s- and that...More
Not much to say about Tiberias except that it is the big city on the Sea of Galilee. It's a nice spot from which to take day trips into the mountains. Religious sites, ruins and other things of interest abound in the region.
Tiberias is kind of a run down town but there is so much history in the area that we stayed here while in Israel while we were on a side trip up north. Decent tourist shopping and lots of good food.
Tiberias used to be a gem on the banks of the sea of galilee. Now it is a poor, dirty, orthodox, hot as hell place, the lake's level is historically low, and there is simply no reason whatsoever to stop there. If you insist on...More