One Republic Landed in Israel - Here's What They Did Next

The megaband are in town for their Native World Tour. But the boys aren't all about work: before their show, they've made time to see the sites.

One Republic landed in Israel on Monday, where they will be rocking their fans at Hayarkon Park in Tel Aviv on Thursday night.

Tel Aviv is one stop on the American megaband's Native World Tour, named for their 2013 hit album.

After Israel, the boys are heading to Istanbul, before they hit the stage in Macedonia, Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia and Hungary.

It seems like One Republic were excited about their Israel trip. Before boarding their Tel Aviv-bound flight, they shared a picture of their Hebrew menu with their millions of fans: "United inflight menu, Hebrew edition. En route to Tel Aviv! @united."

United inflight menu, Hebrew edition. En route to Tel Aviv! @united pic.twitter.com/Pw0b2DuNps

Landing in the Holy Land, the band spent their first day seeing the sites. They posted pictures of the Garden of Gethsemane at the foot of the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem, known as the place where Jesus and his disciples spent the night before his crucifixion. They also posted a picture of "the courtyard where Jesus was tried and convicted...now about 30 feet under the city of Jerusalem."

The chart-topping band from Colorado have been making music since 2002. One of thier biggest recent hits is "Counting Stars" from the 2013 album "Native." It topped the charts across the globe, including in Israel, and reached the top ten in twenty countries.

We've been to some old places.. Jerusalem somehow feels older than all of them. pic.twitter.com/64btGp3vCw

The courtyard where Jesus was tried and convicted...now about 30 feet under the city of Jerusalem pic.twitter.com/iwGZLKBZ7R

The Garden of Gethsemane... So insane to be standing here. pic.twitter.com/QPZidaIhG4