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Jerusalem leads world cities in tourism growth for 2018
A report by market research firm Euromonitor says the Israeli capital is poised to see a 38 percent spike in inbound tourism by end of 2018.
In record year of tourism, Israel shines among the nations at London tourism fair
The Israeli pavilion covered 400 square meters and was inspired by the campaigns of the Ministry of Tourism: “Two cities one break” (Tel Aviv and Jerusalem), and the “Always Sunny” campaign of the Negev and Eilat.
October 2018 a record month for Israeli tourism industry
“Incoming tourism contributes significantly to both Israel’s economy and, no less importantly, to its image,” said Minister of Tourism Yariv Levin. “I am convinced that we will continue to see the sharp rise in the number of tourists arriving in Israel, and we will end the year with another record.”
Jerusalem summit teaches tourism officials worldwide how to respond to terror
“We should play a more active role in ensuring the safety of our nations, visitors and our industry. Economic security is a major component of national security,” says Isabel Hill, director of the National Travel and Tourism Office, U.S. Department of Commerce.
“Jerusalem City Pass” announced on July 8
Visitor pass ‘connects the dots’ in the city of Jerusalem
The goal of the new services is to put Jerusalem on par with other major cities around the world, such as London, Paris and New York.