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VisitIsrael.com is proud to offer you the best Israel package deals online. From cheap plane tickets to car rentals and Israeli kibbutz bed and breakfast, we'll give you all the tools to visit Israel with ease and not overpay. But wait - there's more. On VisitIsrael we also offer free Israel tourist tips to make sure your trip is absolutely perfect. On this page you'll discover when is the best time to see this lovely middle-eastern country and can make your travel arrangements online.
Israel Tourism- Find out When Is the Best Time to Visit Israel
The state of Israel is a great place to visit basically all year round. The weather is definitely one of the main reasons for that. Whether it's the Israeli kibbutz or Jerusalem, when you plan your visit to Israel you should really bear in mind that the Israeli weather is absolutely fantastic. Forget about the European summers -Israel has an ongoing summer all year long. Even in the winter time the weather conditions are the same like the spring in most west European countries. Use VisitIsrael.com to find out about the seasonal factors you should be aware of when preparing your trip to Israel.
The timing of your visit to Israel should depend on a number of aspects like: Jewish Holidays, peak summer months versus warm winter times etc. You should check prices of flights and accommodation during major Jewish holidays and decide whether it's worthwhile for you to pay the extra costs involved.
Here at VisitIsrael.com we highly recommend to visit Israel either in the spring (from March to May), when the average temperature is around 20C or in the autumn (from October to November) when temperatures are still around the high 20's, in the hub of Israel. However you should keep in mind that temperatures are usually much higher in the south of the state and in the Galilee as well as Dead Sea areas.
As previously mentioned, the winter months cannot be considered as 'winter', as most of Europeans as well as North Americans know it. The rainy days are occasional as well as the small amount of snow in the upper peaks of the Galilee, Golan Heights and Jerusalem.
The peak summer months of July and August are not that easy to put up with, particularly in the center of Israel where the humidity can be somewhat stifling. The average temperatures in summer are over 30C in the center of Israel and closer to 40C in the Galilee and the south. Tough as unbearable as it might sound, it's a great weather for spending your summer vacation at the beach.
Despite the fact that the autumn and spring times have the best climate for a visit to Israel, there are other aspects you need to think about. Being the busiest months in the Jewish calendar, September and October are when Rosh Hashanah (the Jewish New Year) and Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement) take place.
Now, if you don't have a family or friends to visit you should take into consideration that the country is standing still. Furthermore, flights and accommodation prices can be much more expensive during this time of the year, although it's always recommendable to check out best Israel package deals, since you can always find a last minute offer or deal. April is also busy with Passover (Pessach) which brings numerous Jewish visitors to Israel. Dates of these holidays do change on a yearly basis. Here, at VisitIsrael.com we strongly believe that it's best to avoid traveling to Israel at these times if you like your holidays relaxing and reasonably priced.
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