Some cool tips you should know

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The power socket in Israel is a typical European power socket

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Israel is a hot and sunny country most of the year. Wear sun screen and drink a lot of water

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Tap water in Israel is drinkable

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In Israel, gratuity (tipping) is not included in any services. It is common to leave 12 -15 % of the bill as a tip.

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Taxies

Taxi drivers are obliged by law to put the meter on once you enter the vehicle. Especially when you request them to. If the driver refuses or insists to quote a rate, he is probably trying to make some extra cash on your expense - Get a different taxi. We recommend to download the app ‘Gett’ to avoid all of the above.

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There is no need to tip taxi drivers.

Unless if you're really want to

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In Israel, all of the soldiers and the police officers are Israelis. No foreign armies here.

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If you see a man with a gun/rifle and no uniforms - don't freak out, usually it means that he is a soldier on a short vacation.

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To all tours bring:

Comfortable shoes, Hat is mostly needed, Water, Appropriate clothing for holy sites (ability to cover shoulders, chests and knees)

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in the dead sea

Open sores and hair removed skin might burn once bathing so recommended not to shave a day before. For more do's & don'ts in the Dead Sea press here

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Concerts and outdoor events are happening mainly in the summer time. it's an amazing experience.

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Jerusalem & Tel Aviv can offer more than just the well-known tourist spots. Explore the outskirts.

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Dogs are welcome. you can find great parks and stores just for your little friend

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Israel is for everyone. you can even find gluten-free restaurants and markets.

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Concerts and outdoor events are happening mainly in the summer time. it's an amazing experience.

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Jerusalem & Tel Aviv can offer more than just the well-known tourist spots. Explore the outskirts.

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Dogs are welcome. you can find great parks and stores just for your little friend