Ryanair is selling very cheap flights from Budapest, Hungary or Bratislava, Slovakia to Eilat, Israel from only €15 roundtrip!
Have a night out in Tel Aviv, known as the city that never sleeps. This vibrant and cosmopolitan destination combines relaxing beaches, a vibrant nightlife, modern dining and authentic markets. 'The White City' attracts its visitors with a coastline, street art and museums. The diverse society of Tel Aviv is very open-minded, so that everyone finds their place. Enjoy a sunset on the beach and haggle in the Carmel Market to hone your bargaining skills.
Visit Tayelet, a broadwalk that runs the length of the Tel Aviv shoreline. This two-kilometre promenade can be enjoyed on foot or bicycle. In contrast to Tel Aviv's modernity, the old city of Jaffa (Yafo) traces its roots to biblical times and possibly even before.
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Budapest – Eilat (Ramon) – Budapest
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In Eilat we suggest you stay at Sunset Inn with very good reviews!
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