Tel Aviv presents master plan to boost tourism by 2030

Travel And Tour World | June 25, 2019

Tel Aviv presents master plan to boost tourism by 2030
Mayor of Tel Aviv, Ron Huldai, and other city officials presented the citys master plan on Monday for increasing tourism in the next ten years.The aim of the plan, called Tel Aviv Jaffa 2030, is to position Tel Aviv as one of the most popular urban destinations in the world by creating new tourist attractions, increasing the amount of information available in English, and developing infrastructure, communications, and accommodations.

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Congratulations – you’ve just been assigned as the representative of your company in the conference which will be held a thousand miles away from your office. While you may be thrilled for an exciting adventure, you may find yourself overwhelmed by the number of commitments on your to-do list – including transportation hubs, transfers, and packing.