Israel is home to two remarkable and beautifully different cities - Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Located just an hour apart, a trip to Israel is incomplete without experiencing these diverse cities in all their splendour.
Jerusalem, Israel’s capital city, is famous for its historic & religious significance. Boasting over 5 millennia of history, the city is brimming with historical sites that include iconic places like the Western Wall and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
By contrast, Tel Aviv, dubbed ‘the City that never sleeps’, is a cosmopolitan hub at the heart of Israel’s nightlife, cultural and culinary scene. Located on the gorgeous Mediterranean Sea, the city’s 14km of beachfront and non-stop fun atmosphere are unparalleled.
Together, these two close-but-contrasting cities make for the perfect city break. or a base for an extended tour around the country.
On your visit to Israel, there are a plethora of other activities & places to discover; from water sports on the Med & Red Seas to adventures in the desert; or relaxing on a beach to hiking in the footsteps of Jesus in the Galilee.
Israel truly is a country that offers something for everyone. For more details on accommodation, things to do and transportation in Israel, please visit: https://en.citiesbreak.com"
Israel's Covid-19 Policies:
Israel is welcoming international visitors back; the following is required for entry at this time:
Two doses(or one dose in the case of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine).
At least 14 days have passed since the date of the second vaccination at the date of arrival in Israel (but nomore than 180 days at the date of departure from Israel).
Less than 180 days has passed since completion of a WHO approval vaccine course or a WHO approved BOOSTER
Vaccinated with the booster dose and 14 days or more have passed since the vaccination date at the day of arrival in Israel.
Israel has launched a new covid website https://safe.israel.travel/
For the latest FCO Advice about Israel, please use this link: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/israel
You can also find details in the document section that lists the requirements Israeli businesses must follow in order to open.