We decided to do a map that combined the newish city of Tel Aviv with its older and more exotic neighbour, Jaffa, which is currently dominated by those of a non-Jewish orientation. Jaffa is the ancient port used by Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, and traders plying the Silk Road to China. Its old town is quite compact and a treat to explore. Tel Aviv is a cultured and sensible Mediterranean city with gorgeous beaches, modern buildings, and a feeling of prosperity. We found it to be a 'normal' city in comparison to other parts of the country that we visited. The other side of the sheet forms a detailed map of the central portion of Israel, from Haifa to Beersheba to the Dead Sea, so includes the West Bank and the Gaza Strip as well as Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Nazareth, the Sea of Galilee, and most sites of a religious nature, so satisfies pilgrims as well as the explorer. Tel Avia in 1:12.000 and Central Israel in 1:220.000.