The Yitzhak Rabin Park

The Yitzhak Rabin Park, which is in the Lowland, near the mountains of Jerusalem, spreads over an impressive area of 15,000 dunams. Due to its size and location, a visit here will introduce you to an area of a somewhat different geographical character. Most of the area of the Yitzhak Rabin Park is forested and its main axis passes by the Convoys Road, the Strongholds Road and the famous Burma Road (a makeshift bypass road made to breach the Arab blockade of the road to Jerusalem during the Israeli War of Independence). During the winter and spring you can enjoy the abundant blossoming here, as well as visit archeological sites, ancient agricultural terraces, the remains of a Roman road, structures from various periods in history and more. The dirt roads at the Yitzhak Rabin Park are mostly suitable for all kinds of vehicles. Next to the roads are found lookouts and numerous picnic areas.
Arrival at the Yitzhak Rabin Park: due to its size, the Yitzhak Rabin Park has a few entrances. One can arrive at the Yitzhak Rabin Park from road number 44, near moshav Kfar Uriah; from road number 38, not far from Sha’ar HaGai Junction, and more.
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it is recommended to verify the opening hours and entrance requirements with the site itself
 ●  Animals   ●   Children   ●   Parking   ●   Free admission  ● 
Opening hours of the Yitzhak Rabin Park:
Unlimited.
Address: near Beit Shemesh
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Best Season: All Seasons
Type of Tour: Independent
Tour Mode: Hike
Tour Duration: About- 4 Hours
Difficulty Level: Easy
Best Season: All Seasons
Type of Tour: Independent
Tour Mode: Hike
Tour Duration: About- 3 Hours
Difficulty Level: Easy
Best Season: All Seasons
Type of Tour: Independent
Tour Mode: Drive
Tour Duration: About- 6 Hours
Difficulty Level: Easy
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