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Is it true that travellers who are visa-exempt for entry to the US (e.g. European Union citizens) will be removed from the visa-exempt list once they have travelled to Iran as tourists?
To get to sites in Jerusalem and close are day tours, or taxis a good way to go?
Is it worth hiring car for any areas in Israel?
There's 3 of us. Including our 86 year old father - he can walk around just slow.
We thinking of hiring a car and doing our own tour in Israel (except in Jerusalem because I don't think we'll need a car there)
Me and my boyfriend looking for a driver/interpreter with good English talking skills in iran, not expensive but also with a car that has air conditioners since our planed itinerary is in the middle of summer.
I have contacted some tour company but their rate is to expensive.
Any suggestions on what should we do?
Also is it safe for us to do this or not?
Best regards and thank you
Looking at taking a 12 day tour with Abraham Tours, but was told it was rushed, long trips on transport getting to and from their hostels. and not being able to see sites properly.
Anyone had any experience, or know anything about Abraham Tours?
We're a family of four (with two teenagers 13 and 15 y old). We're considering to visit Israel next year as the flights are affordable, but we're worried the country might be rather expensive. I did a quick search on Airbnb and at first sight accommodation seems to be quite more expensive than, say, Southern Europe (Spain, Portugal, Greece, ...) Also it seems that food is as expensive (or even more expensive than ) in Western Europe. We're from Belgium.
Teenagers don't seem to have a…