Israel has a long history of attracting international tourists.
Now, with the economic boom of the past decade and a half, a new generation of Israeli tourists are finding the country attractive.
Israel has been the first and only country in the world to attract international tourists, with more than 3.5 million foreign visitors visiting its beaches and beacheside resorts each year.
Many of these tourists are attracted by Israel’s unique cuisine, but some also want to see the country’s unique culture and its unique landscapes.
In the past few years, a wave of international tourism has attracted a growing number of young Israeli men to Israel.
There is a growing trend for Israeli women to seek out Israel’s beautiful, remote areas of the country and its beaches, and to travel to Israel on vacation.
Israel Tourism’s mission is to help bring people of all ages, races, nationalities, and income levels to Israel and to enrich their life experiences.
It strives to bring the best experiences possible to every visitor, regardless of nationality or income level.
Israel is an attractive destination for people of any nationality and income level, whether it is to explore its beauty, explore its landscape, enjoy its culture and hospitality, or simply to have a great time.
As the country continues to recover from the financial crisis of the last decade, tourism is still booming.
But the future of Israeli tourism will only be determined by the success of the current tourism boom.
What do you need to know about Israel tourism?
In 2017, Israel hosted the World Tourism Organization’s World Tourism Awards.
More than 5.6 million tourists visited Israel.
Tourism has been a key component of Israel’s economy and its economy is growing at an impressive pace.
In 2017 Israel attracted a record-breaking 5.9 million visitors, according to data from the Ministry of Tourism.
A record 6.9 billion Israeli visitors spent a total of 9.7 billion kibbutzim, according the Israel Tourism Ministry.
A total of 14.3 million Israelis were on vacation in the last year, a 10% increase over the previous year.
The number of foreign visitors to Israel has grown significantly in the past three years, according data from Israeli government agencies.
In 2018, Israel received a record number of 7.1 million international visitors, with 8.7 million coming from the United States.
Israel’s foreign tourists spend $5.6 billion on accommodation and food in the country each year, and $4.5 billion of that is spent in the United Kingdom.
In 2019, Israel had the second-highest foreign tourist spend in the Middle East and North Africa, after Qatar, at $5 billion.
Israel remains the world’s largest tourist destination.
It attracts more than one million tourists a day, according an Israeli government report, and in 2017, the number of international tourists reached a record 1.7m.
Israel hosts approximately 10% of the world, and hosts about 1.8 million visitors a day.
The Israeli tourism industry has grown by 40% in the previous 10 years.
However, Israel still lags behind many other countries in terms of attracting tourists to the country.
According to the Israeli tourism agency, Israel is the only country that does not enjoy any international tourism.
In terms of foreign tourist numbers, Israel has the highest foreign tourist population in the region.
However the number is not equal to the number that live in Israel, and it is estimated that Israel has around 1.3m foreign tourists.
Israel ranks in the top 20 countries for foreign visitors, and the country also ranks among the top 10 for foreign exchange earnings, according a 2015 report from the International Institute for Strategic Studies.
Israel also has the lowest unemployment rate among the developed countries.