Shalev, Rafi
November 2010
Travel Weekly (UK);Nov2010 Israel Supplement, Vol. 5, p3
Trade Publication
The article presents a description of Israel as tourist destination. The country has a vast display of old tribal customs, clothing, traditions, foods, and religions. The Israel Ministry of Tourism is working hard to improve the tourism experience in the country by offering licensed guides, accommodation ranging from five star hotels to boutique hotels, modern coaches, and well-maintained tourist sites.


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