flights to Israel
There are cheap flights to Israel from the USA when you fly Condor. A quick transfer in Germany takes you to a fascinating destination at the far end of Mediterranean. Israel is a modern country with crumbling temples, deserted forts, ruined cities and numerous Biblical sites. Taste the local gourmet from street snacks like hummus and falafel to fancy restaurants and chic cafes. The choice is yours when you book a flight to Israel.
Condor takes you to the land with great appeal for visitors. Take time to appreciate its remarkable historic relics, inspiring religious sites or overwhelming natural beauty. Some people come to the Holy Land on a spiritual quest while others look for cultural enlightenment, sunny silvery beaches or the charming nature. You are sure to find the best selection of cheap flights to Israel with Condor.
Upcoming flights to Israel
There are quite a few Condor flights to Israel from east as well as west coast US airports. You can fly from Burbank, Seattle, Fort Lauderdale or Baltimore. Explore the rich and vibrant nation. You will find a cheap flight in your schedule as well as budget when you fly Condor. A transfer in Germany will take you to a beautiful land along the Dead Sea.
A flight to Israel touches into its key international airport Ben-Gurion in Tel Aviv. Just about 40 km from Jerusalem and 12 from Tel Aviv, the airport serves both cities. You can get to your accommodation by bus, taxi, train or a Sheirut. It is a pleasant drive to the city across its well laid out transport links. Book yourself a comfortable holiday with cheap flights to Israel.
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Top sights in Israel
Old city Jerusalem
The capital and among the world’s most holy places it is supreme for three religions Christianity, Judaism and Islam. It is enclosed by impressive stonewalls dating from the Ottoman era and is home to holy sites like the Western Wall, Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the Dome of the Rock.
The Dead Sea
Much below sea level, it is the lowest point on our planet. The water here is much saltier than even the ocean, making it possible to float very easily. Its mineral-rich waters are beneficial for the skin. Dead Sea gets its name as no organism can survive in such salty water.
Among the most stunning gardens, it can be seen from almost all parts of Haifa. Built in the memory of the Baha’i Faith founders it is also known as the “hanging gardens” and includes 19 terraces with wide stairs. The garden is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Built by Herod the Great, this almost 2,000 years old beautiful archaeological site. The port was dedicated to Caesar Augustus. Roman and Crusader period ruins are framed by dramatic sea panorama and it has an ancient amphitheatre that is used for concerts.
Sitting on the Red Sea, Eilat is the seaside resort that is very popular especially during summer. It offers swimming with dolphins, scuba diving, snorkeling and other water sports. There is a vibrant nightlife in many of the clubs here.