GPS, whilst being an important aid for the traveler who wants to go from point A to point B, cannot replace the map when you want a detailed overview or to have a leisurely grasp of the regions, towns, villages and sites that could invite a detour or rate a visit, nor does it describe what you may expect to enjoy seeing along the road. That's where the printed map and guide retain their useful functions. These are also the items by which to plan routes or write down personal remarks on things that you may wish to hold on to as a keepsake.
Carta has, since its inception in 1958, published a large range of atlases, maps, and travel guides, and is the most veteran publisher in the field of cartography in Israel. Carta's road maps and atlases come in many scales, and cover Israel, its cities and roads, nature reserves, holiday resorts, recreation sites, etc. and are easy to use. With the help of our travel guides you can also learn about some of Israel's rich history throughout the ages, understand a little more about the mysteries of nature that surround Israel, and experience each and every visit to the fullest extent possible.