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7 Tips for a smooth daily routine in Israel

1. Voltage - Standard voltage is 220 volts, 50Hz AC .(universal travel adaptor will be helpful).

2. Money - The currency of Israel is Israeli New Shekel. Traveller's Cheques are not
recommended as they're oftendifficult to exchange and incur high fees. Banks are
working Sunday – Friday noon, no Banks on Saturday, automated teller machines
can be found at the entrance of every bank.

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Courtesy:Ministry of Tourism Phot. Dafna Tal

9 Tips for Traveling with Children in Israel

1. When travelling to Israel with kids, help yourself arrive in a calm state by doing research before you land.
2. Visiting Israel with kids is a pleasure – Israelis love children and rather than you needing to tailor your trip
around kid specific activities, they are welcome everywhere you go.

3. Getting around and communicating with the locals should not be difficult. Despite the language barrier,
Israelis are exposed to a lot of English at school, on the television and from the Internet.

4. Like any family experience, you should try and engage the children in planning the trip and choosing the
activities. Share your ideas with the kids such as riding segways along the Tel Aviv shore, making bread
in authentic Bedouin tents, floating in the Dead Sea at the lowest point on earth, or walking round the
ancient walls of Jerusalem – there is something for children of all ages.

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