Articles in "Israeli tourism"

Tourism in Israel on Road to Recovery, But Road is Long

Some 34,500 tourists visited Israel in September, 128% more than last year when Israel was in the midst of its third Coronavirus wave, but ...

Israel Postpones Opening Borders to Tourists at Least until August

The government decided Wednesday to postpone the opening of Israel's borders to tourists at least until August, a phase that was initially ...

Israel Welcomes First Post-COVID Tour Group

Israel welcomed on Thursday evening the first group of vaccinated tourists since the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak over a year ago, as ...

Jerusalem is Favorite Destination of Tourists in Israel

Jerusalem is the favorite destination of tourists from abroad and has the largest number of hotels in Israel, according to data published ...

30,000 Tourists Visited Israel in April

Some 30,200 tourists visited Israel in April, compared with only 5,000 in April 2020, and 404,900 in April 2019, a decrease of 92.5% ...

Bahraini Delegation in Israel Signs Bilateral Trade and Tourism Agreements

Israeli Minister of Tourism Orit Farkash-Hacohen welcomed on Tuesday the first Gulf Air flight from Bahrain to Israel which brought a ...

Israel, UAE, Bahrain Ministers Talk Boost in Regional Tourism

"Governments sign treaties; people create peace," this is how Israeli Minister of Tourism Orit Farkash-Hacohen opened the trilateral ...

With No Incoming Tourism, Jerusalem Shifts Focus to Israelis

The global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has brought a complete halt to incoming tourism to Israel, forcing the tourism industry to shift ...

Israel Allocates NIS 10 B. to Head Off Corona-Generated Financial Crisis

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon, Economy Minister Eli Cohen, Governor of the Bank of Israel, and other ...

Israel Establishes Task Force to Monitor Economic Aspects of the Coronavirus Outbreak

Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon convened on Sunday a special Ministerial Committee to examine the economic aspects of the Coronavirus ...