Israel

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Experience The Ancient Land of Israel!

Israel, a Middle Eastern country on the Mediterranean Sea, is regarded by Jews, Christians and Muslims as the biblical Holy Land. Its most sacred sites are clustered in Jerusalem’s Old City, including the Temple Mount, Dome of the Rock shrine, Al-Aqsa Mosque and Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Its financial hub, Tel Aviv, is known for crisp white architecture, beaches and wild nightlife.
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The best times to visit Jerusalem are April through May and October through November, when the weather is mild and the crowds are thin. However, make sure to cross-check your travel dates with major Jewish celebrations such as the High Holy Days, Sukkot, and Passover. A strong surge of visitor traffic drives hotel prices up during these holidays. Summer is Jerusalem’s peak tourism season, despite sweltering daytime temps. Winters boast good deals on hotels, but the weather remains fickle: One day can be sunny and fairly warm, while the next can be rainy and chilly.
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How best to see the region?

Visit outside of peak times — July and August when children tend to be out of school, as well as Jewish holidays in September, and the Christmas and Hanukkah season in December — to avoid excessive crowds and high prices. Pack warm-weather clothing if you plan to visit between May and September, when Israel rarely experiences cold. If you visit in winter, bring not only a light jacket for the country’s sometimes chilly nights, but also rain gear to cope with the periodic showers that fall during that time of year.

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