What information do I need to travel to Israel?
Excursions to Israel have always been popular among tourists from all over the world. But the organization of rest in this country also requires the attention of a traveler. At some points we dwell in more detail.
Choosing a hotel, each, first of all, is guided by the thickness of their own wallet. Affordable hotels for travelers are more than affordable. So, to rent a double room in the Tel Aviv hotel near the main city beach of Gordon costs $ 70, a five-bed room will cost $ 20 per person, including breakfast. In Jerusalem, prices also start at about $ 25 per person. In Eilat, prices will be an order of magnitude higher, because the Red Sea is very close here. A double room almost on the seashore will cost $ 400, the farther from the coast – the lower the prices, respectively.
In Israel, you can also rent individual apartments. A two-room apartment, for example, in Tel Aviv will cost from about 100 conventional units. But here you better not to deal with this issue yourself, because it is very important not to make a mistake with the area.
Check out all the tours and special offers in the Tours section of Israel.
Listen to your thirst
Water is the most important and main travel companion in Israel! Do not forget that the green oases that stretch along the roads in cities are just an illusion created by human hands, most of this state is a desert, and therefore the corresponding climate can lead to rapid dehydration. In a hot climate, a person needs at least 2-2.5 liters of water per day. Therefore, a two-liter bottle of water will cost about 3 shekels, which is about 80 cents. A liter pack of juice costs from $ 2.
If you want to buy drinks with a degree, then be prepared for serious waste, as in the entire civilized world, alcohol in Israel is very expensive.
Food in Israel
Excursions Israel is not only ancient architecture, many streets in this country are simply strewn with a variety of coffee houses and bars. Prices in these establishments depend on the location (lunch on the beach will cost $ 20-50, in the city center you can eat for $ 15-25 per person), but the cuisine in any place is very tasty and nutritious. You can find both local “fast food” and national sophisticated dishes, so everyone who comes here rarely does their own cooking.
There are a lot of souvenirs in Israel. For example, a commonplace magnet will cost about 3-4 dollars, and a mug or an ashtray with a country logo or photograph will cost 6-7 dollars. Tourists pay special attention to Dead Sea cosmetics, from this series you can buy anything: from hand cream to clay from the Dead Sea.