The best time to visit Israel depends on what you’re looking for while going on holidays, but there are plenty things to do and explore all year round, for each and everybody’s taste. The weather in Israel is mostly very convenient, except for July- August when it’s super hot and January- February, which has to most of Israel’s rainy days, so, basically, the best time to visit Israel, must be March-June, or September-December. While you’re in Israel, there are some places you must not miss.
Tel Aviv, for example, is the liberal, secular capital of Israel. Here, you can enjoy great night’s sleeps at some of the popular Tel Aviv hotels, eat at wonderful restaurants, wander the beautiful streets and party at the vibrant nightlife scene of the city, so you can visit the city all year long, regardless the weather, and even enjoy the beach and the sea, on almost every day.
Eilat, the southern city of Israel, just on the border with Egypt, is a vacation haven for all you sun worshipper. The city is relatively small, lies on the beach, and offers a great, relaxed, vacation under the sun. Best time to visit Israel southern city,Eilat is just before the cruel summer, around Mai- June. The Eilat hotels at those dates are cheaper, and the city is less crowded and friendlier. A visit to Israel cannot be complete without a few days in one of the hotels in Jerusalem, and some holy sightseeing.
The best time to visit Israel‘s capital is all year round, except maybe during the hard winter, when it gets really cold and it’s hard to walk the streets of the old city. After a few days in Jerusalem, you must continue to the Dead Sea, in which you will float on waters and heal your pains, so again it’s always great to visit, regardless of the weather. The best time to visit Israel can also be chosen according to the Jewish holidays (in which the hotels in Israel are more expansive and packed, so you might want to avoid), national festivals (the Jazz festival in Eilat, the gay pride parade in Tel Aviv etc) and other parameters you should take into consideration when planning a vacation in Israel.