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Home January 2024 Jlife Buzz- Israel Ranks Among Conde Nast Traveler’s 20 Best...

Jlife Buzz- Israel Ranks Among Conde Nast Traveler’s 20 Best Countries In The World Earning A 2023 Readers’ Choice Award

The waterfront of Tel Aviv – Yafo

Israel Earns the #8 Spot on the Coveted List, While Tel Aviv Ranks #3 as the Year’s Most Googled Traveled Cities and Islands

    The past two months have been challenging for Israel, but good news has arrived with the announcement of Conde Nast Traveler’s annual Readers’ Choice Awards, which ranked Israel as the eighth Best Country in the World. In addition, Tel Aviv was the third most Googled city in 2023.
    Celebrating its 36th iteration, the Readers’ Choice Awards is likened to the Oscars of travel where readers serve as the “academy” nominating their favorite countries around the world. This year, more than 500,000 people participated in the magazine’s Readers’ Choice Awards survey.
    “This news is such a hopeful sign,” said Eyal Carlin, tourism commissioner to North America for the Israel Ministry of Tourism. “Being recognized by the readers of Conde Nast Traveler as one of the best countries in the world is heartening. This news is sure to boost the morale and spirit of our many travel partners and stakeholders across the county as well as the people of Israel.”
    This year, Israel marked its 75th anniversary and has been attracting travelers near and far with its breadth of history, attractions, future developments and unearthed past. A 2,000-year-old synagogue in the city of Migdal was uncovered by a team of archaeologists, Tel Aviv had hosted one of the largest Pride celebrations since COVID, tourists were enjoying Jerusalem’s emerging dining scene while others were discovering its unique wine country flourishing in the Negev Desert.
    “We’ve been working closely with our travel advisers,” added Carlin. “Encouraging them to work with their clients to postpone travel to Israel, not cancel it. We are thankful to the readers of Conde Nast Traveler for having faith in us and we are looking forward to welcoming travelers back to Israel when the time is right.”   

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