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Cheap flights to Israel

Reasons To Visit Israel

The exciting country of Israel is home to many of the world’s most significant historical landmarks and iconic attractions, while the natural landscape is also a place full of opportunity for adrenaline seekers. Within Jerusalem you can find some of the world’s most famous sights like the Temple Mount and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, so there are a huge range of things to do for sightseers and historical enthusiasts. If you fancy exploring some of the natural sights around Israel you may want to visit the stunning Rosh Haniqra cliffs in the north or the famous Ramon Crater in the desert. Alternatively, you can undertake the adventure of walking along the 65 km Jesus Trail from Nazareth to Capernaum or visit one of the country’s beautiful nature parks. If you’re interested in more modern attractions, the city of Tel Aviv is celebrated as one of the liveliest cities in the country with many vibrant bars, restaurants and shops.

Where to stay: Ratings and booking information for the best hotels from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv

Arriving In Israel

Ben Gurion Airport is the primary international gateway into Israel and the busiest airport serving the country situated around 20 km outside of Tel Aviv. The airport itself is comprised of two passenger terminals, with Terminal 3 handling international and long-haul routes. When you have landed at the airport, there are a number of ways to travel into the city including by bus, train or taxi. Inside the airport there are an excellent range of amenities including retail and duty-free shopping alongside plenty of cafés and restaurants. In addition to this, the airport offers complimentary Wi-Fi for travelers so you can easily get online.

If you are looking to book flights from the UAE to Israel, you will not be able to make the journey directly. However, Ben Gurion Airport has a number of connections to airports handling direct flights from the UAE, so travelers based in the UAE can make the trip with only a single stopover.

Israel Travel Information

In Israel it stays relatively hot for most of the year, although over the winter it can get surprisingly cold and rainfall can be more frequent. Remember that Israel is two hours behind the UAE, so don’t forget to wind back your clocks when you have landed.

* This information is correct as of December 2017

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