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|Number of Daily Flights||9|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Dec 7|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Dec 8|
|Popular Airlines||EL AL|
Newark International Airport (EWR) is located in the city limits of Elizabeth and Newark, New Jersey. Just 15 miles south of Manhattan, the airport is accessible from exits 13A and 14 on the New Jersey Turnpike.
Travelers can also take the Amtrak line from any hub to the Rail Link Station to catch a flight to Ben Gurion International (TLV), which is an 11 to 16 hour flight.
Ben Gurion International (TLV) is located near all major travel routes, bus lines and rail services, and taxis take passengers to Jerusalem, Haifa, North Israel and other destinations.
Old City Jerusalem is a must-see, including the Tower of David and Sepulchre Church. Tel Aviv is a cultural mecca, offering nightlife spots like Beer Gardens, Valium and Rubi Bar.
May through September, tourists should head south to the Dead Sea, which is at the lowest elevation on Earth.
Most travelers stay in Tel Aviv in boarding houses, beachfront hotels or private rentals. From here, tourists can visit Haifa, or hop on a ferry or flight to Cyprus, which is 55 minutes by plane.
Tel Aviv typically has a hot, dry climate May through September, but Israel is known to get cool and damp throughout the rest of the year.