A country less than 70 years old, Israel has a history that goes back to more than a 1000 years ago. Though fraught with political strife, tourism contributes the largest share of income. With Mediterranean beaches, striking desert landscapes, outdoor activities, nature reserves, Biblical ruins, Crusader fortresses, WWII memorials and cosmopolitan cities, this Holy Land is a very tourist-friendly country. To get under the skin of Isreal, read anything by Amoz Oz, watch 'Promises' by Shapiro, Goldberg and Bolado and listen to Sarit Hadad's 'Let's light a Candle Together'.
Best time to visit: The average temperature in Israel is 17.4°C. Temperatures in July and August can go above 40°C, and below 5°C in January and February.
Israeli food includes flat bread, lentils, fresh fruits and nuts, raw vegetables, lamb, beef, and dairy products. Grilled meats and fish, stuffed vegetables, and traditional spicy Mediterranean salads and spreads are also standard fare.
Called the city that never stops, Tel Aviv has restaurants and coffee shops that serve ethnic foods and international cuisine, an amazing variety of cultural venues - pubs, music clubs and dance parties offering every style of music and world class DJs; theaters present classic and modern plays or amusing stand-up comedians; dance companies from Israel and around the world, music, cinema and performing arts festivals and street shows. From the Florentine quarter, along Shenkin Street and all the way to Tel Aviv port, there's a wonderful selection of entertainment spots.
Watch a play at one of Jerusalem's theaters, enjoy and orchestral performance, visit an Irish pub, relax at a music bar or go dancing at a night club.
Beauty products with Dead Sea ingredients, music CDs, apparel, fake jewelery, brass lanterns, brass hookahs, goblets and wine glasses, rice paper crafts, lokum, ceramic drums, silver.
The best and easiest way to see the highlights is on an escorted tour, where all your travel, accommodation and sightseeing arrangements are well taken care of. A knowledgeable local guide brings history and culture to life as you travel in the comfort of your deluxe coach.
Israel is very well connected to the outside world. Ben Gurion airport is the biggest and busiest airport in Israel and is a gateway for foreign tourists.
National bus service Egged has an extensive route service in Israel. These buses are modern, clean and air conditioned making travel safe and comfortable.
Israel state railways run a convenient, efficient and inexpensive network of passenger trains. The main problem faced by the foreign passenger is the language barrier. Trains are not marked in English and announcement is made in Hebrew.
There are several car rental companies like Hertz, Avis.
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