Holy Land's most remarkable places to visit in Nazareth, which will take you back in time, to the history of the old Nazareth, the hometown of Jesus Christ.

Saint Mary's Well

It's fair to assume that this well, the sole water source of ancient Nazareth, was where St. Mary drew her water from.

The Basilica of Annunciation

The basilica is one of the world's most holy Christian Liturgical sites, built on the traditional site of the annunciation by the Angel Gabriel of the birth of Jesus.

Church of St. Joseph

Old Nazareth reveals itself within the imposing complex of the Basilica of the Annunciation – in the Church of St. Joseph.

Church of St. Gabriel

The Church of St. Gabriel in Nazareth gives visitors a sense of the village where Jesus grew up.

The Synagogue Church

In the heart of the market of the city of Nazareth, among the stores, a small yard leads to a special underground church.

The Basilica of Jesus the Adolescent

Located on the highest mountain top in the west of the city and overlooking its surroundings, the Basilica of Jesus the Adolescent (Salesian) is one of the largest and most magnificent of the Nazareth churches.

The White Mosque

The White Mosque is the first mosque which was built in Nazareth, about two hundred years ago.

Mary of Nazareth International Center

The center is a must-visit place if you want to get complete information about the Virgin Mary.

The Saraya

The “Saraya” (meaning a “palace” in Turkish) is one of the most magnificent historic structures of Nazareth.