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Find the cheapest flights and flexible date options to Israel, Ben Gurion Intl Airport, TLV in 2022/2023 with FlightsFinder departing from Israel as well as the rest of the world. The GEO coordinates for Ben Gurion Intl Airport are 32.01139832, 34.88669968, located in the country of Israel. To find the cheapest flights to Israel simply enter the departure airport you wish to fly from and then choose your travel dates. The more flexible you are with your travel dates the cheaper your flight to Israel can potentially be. We give you the ability to look for flexible flights to Israel 3 days before and after your travel dates or if you prefer you can browse our powerful flexible flight calendar to see prices in the entire month or even the entire year of 2022/2023. Once you have identified the cheapest days to fly to Israel simply hit search and you will be presented with our meta-meta search® dashboard which enables you to search and compare the best flight aggregators side by side in seconds. Our research shows that by comparing multiple flight aggregators you are highly likely to save up to 20% off the price of your airline ticket to Israel. We search il.KAYAK.com, Skyscanner.co.il, momondo, Cheapflights, KIWI, Jetradar and others to make sure you get the best price possible. We recommend you compare at least 4 separate flight aggregators on our dashboard to be sure you are getting the best deal possible. Also on this page you will find average flight times and distances to Israel from popular Israeli Airports including Ben Gurion, Haifa, Ramon and more. We also list the best things to do in Israel, the weather in Israel, a map of Israel, some travel videos of Israel and most searched for flight routes to Ben Gurion Intl Airport TLV from popular Israeli airports.
King Herod's Palace & the Masada Museum
Trails marked by waterfalls & lake views
National art & archaeology museum
Holy mound with religious landmarks
Garden terraces of shrine to Bahai faith
Desert park with biking & camping
Busy bazaar with lots of merchants
National park with beach & Roman ruins
Holocaust memorial & education center
Mountain of religious significance
Old city, fishing port & cultural center
Museum of modern & contemporary art
Site for swimming with dolphins
City park with a botanical garden & pond
Church on the site of the Annunciation
Dramatic white chalk cliff & grottos
Hiking spot with elevated water views
Bible-themed zoo & aquarium
Busy pedestrian mall with dining & music
Leafy park with warm spring water pools
Tranquil church with iconic mosaics
Major museum of Israeli history/culture
Possible site of the Sermon on the Mount
Ruins of an ancient Nabataean city
Room with a storied Christian history
Burial caves & a Roman amphitheater
Popular urban beach with services
Close-up views of coral & marine life
Park and garden, river and nature
Desert, canyon, nabataeans, park and garden and hiking
Synagogue, hot spring, park and garden, archaeological excavation and nature
Beach, lagoon, camping, park and garden and nature
Baptismal site on the River Jordan
Zoo known for its drive-thru animal park
Stalactite-filled cave with tours
Catholic basilica & abbey founded 1898
Body of water with biblical significance
Hill with graves, gardens & more
Bauhaus architecture gallery & tours
Religious center with formal gardens
Scenic mountain with hiking trails
Landmark holy site with panoramic views
Ancient city site with restored gate
Ruined Teutonic Knights' crusader castle
Archeological site of an ancient city
Domed-shaped edifice with sacred remains
Kite surfing, volleyball & a playground
Busy port with duty-free shopping
Marine reserve known for its coral reef
UNESCO-listed biblical city ruins
Early 20th-century Ottoman monument
Nabataeans, caravanserai, camels, nature and camping
Ancient fortress & scenic valley views
Hikes with dramatic desert scenery
Carmelite monastery with a dome mural
Jewish history & culture museum
Bustling hub for global eats & groceries
Scenic park with seaside Roman ruins
Nature, african wild ass, common ostrich, desert and leopard
Living-history museum of Jesus' time
Popular hiking spot with castle ruins
Forested, hilly picnic & hiking area
Grand 18th-century mosque with sea views
Unique, historic hill of salty rocks
Remains of a Crusader & Ottoman fortress
Museum of Israeli Palmach fighters
Busy hub for diverse wares & eateries
Lush memorial garden & park with trails
Scenic destination in the Old Testament
Scenic mountain with a biblical history
Grotto linked to the prophet Elijah
Picturesque seaside nature reserve
Modern showcase of biblical history
Ancient natural arch with sweeping views
Busy street with hotels & galleries
Catholic church on top of Mount Tabor
Paintings & relics spanning centuries
Centuries-old Eastern Orthodox monastery
Colorful canyons, desert hiking & views
Long-running amusement park with food
Waterfall, nature and nature reserve
Ancient sacred site for Jewish prayer
Circa-4th-century Christian chapel
Hilltop compound of religious sites
Islamic shrine housing Foundation Stone
Revered peak & Christian pilgrimage site
Storied, ancient 4th-century church
Ancient citadel & city history museum
Basilica, christianity, church, chapel and architecture
Revered tomb of the Virgin Mary
Desert fortress built by King Herod
Medieval ruins in lush surrounds
Preserved gate from historic city walls
Scenic ridge with views & historic sites
Abseiling, ancient history, archaeological excavation, david and judaism
Waterfall, hiking, desert, david and nature reserve
Flights from Eilat, Israel - Eilat Airport (ETH) to Israel (TLV) - The flight distance between these airports is 169 miles (273 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 52 minutes.
Flights from Ramon, Israel - Ramon Airport (ETM) to Israel (TLV) - The flight distance between these airports is 158 miles (255 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 51 minutes.
Flights from Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel - Sde Dov Airport (SDV) to Israel (TLV) - The flight distance between these airports is 9 miles (15 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 31 minutes.
Flights from Haifa, Israel - Haifa Airport (HFA) to Israel (TLV) - The flight distance between these airports is 56 miles (90 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 37 minutes.
Flights from Ovda, Israel - Ovda Airport (VDA) to Israel (TLV) - The flight distance between these airports is 143 miles (230 kilometres). The direct flight time is roughly 49 minutes.
Israel is famous for all the wrong reasons. A conflict point for the past half a century, this land is home to a city sacred to all three major monotheistic religions, namely, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. With numerous different landscapes, it is possible to see everything from the peace and tranquillity of the Dead Sea to scorched desert dunes and from green national parks to hilly regions.
The majority of visitors to Israel will make it a priority to go and visit the capital of Israel, Jerusalem. This city is one of the most ancient in the world and has a long and varied history. Today it is a bustling environment of crowded markets and busy people getting on with life amidst a backdrop of ancient sites and holy buildings.
The major entertainment and commercial centre of Israel is the city of Tel Aviv, where you will find more materialistic pastimes such as luxury shopping stores, nightclubs, beaches and a variety of sports and entertainment venues.
This is in complete contrast with the more traditional and spiritual city of Jerusalem. One of the most popular attractions in Israel is the variety of activities along the Red Sea. Numerous resorts and Spa are on offer making use of the famous minerals found in the sea meant to contain youth-enhancing properties.
It is currently risky to travel to Israel due to the political instability, however, if wanting to go it is wise to monitor the political situation at the time and decide accordingly. Check the official travel safety warnings from the local embassy.
The official languages of Israel are Hebrew and Arabic, however, most of the population are also taught how to speak the English language. There is no particular vaccinations that are necessary to take upon departing to Israel but it is advised to be aware of certain things whilst there:
It is advised to take out medical insurance whilst on your trip so you are covered in the case of an emergency. The hospitals, however, are modern and up to western standards but can be quite expensive if you do not have some form of cover.
Whilst in Israel one should keep a constant alert and be on the lookout for any suspicious behaviour. The most unstable parts of the country are near the West Bank and Gaza so travel to this region should only be undertaken if absolutely essential.
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