Tel Aviv is the destination number 1 recommended by CNN
According to CNN, Tel Aviv is the most suitable destination for travel in early summer. The favorable temperatures, the costs of vacations well below the level of other countries in full tourist season, the beaches of high quality and the available activities are just some of the reasons for this success. CNN's short list also includes the cities of St Petersburg in Russia, Split in Croatia, Lake Powell, Arizona and Utah in the US.
According to CNN, spring and fall are the seasons available to visit Tel Aviv. Summer, although it is the peak season, remains the most popular time of year in terms of tourism, as most Europeans opt for the coast of Israel's Mediterranean Sea.
Besides beaches and the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, another reason to choose Tel Aviv is the significant historical value and abundant cultural heritage of this city. One of its major tourist attractions is the White City, which is part of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage in 2003.
CNN recommends exploring the city, as visitors can admire over 4.000 Bauhaus-style buildings. The recommendations also include Casa Bialik, the former home of the national poet Hayyim Nahman Bialik, now transformed into a museum.
Tel Aviv is the destination number 1
For more relaxing activities, such as shopping and tasting local food, Jaffa Square and Carmel Square are the favorite places for tourists and locals alike.
Temperatures range from 20 to 27 degrees Celsius, and among the most popular beaches CNN lists: Bograshov beach for fun and Mezizim beach for relaxation.
About Israel as a holiday destination for Romanian tourists
Israel is an important travel destination for Romanian tourists, appreciated for the pilgrimages organized here.
Starting with the 2017 year, the Ministry of Tourism of Israel has focused its efforts on promoting the cities of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem as two city break destinations in a single vacation, offering multicultural experiences, an intense nightlife, gastronomic delights and possibilities for tourism. venture.
Over 60 weekly flights now connect Tel Aviv and Eilat to the main airports in Romania: Bucharest, Timisoara, Cluj, Iasi and Sibiu (since July, 2018).
2018 compared to 2016 registered an increase with 152% of Romanian tourists, and the outlook remains extremely positive for the year 2018.