Summers in Israel are dry (almost no rain from April to October), warm (temperatures in the 80s and 90s), and full of the unique charms that make the Holy Land such a special place for locals and tourists alike.
Israel21c has compiled a list of their eight favorite things about summer in Israel, including. . .
Jerusalem at Night
Among its other unique qualities, Israel’s capital city is famous for its deliciously cool nights, even during summer. Pack a light sweater for an after-hours stroll in the Old City, Machane Yehuda marketplace, Emek Refaim, Mamilla Alrov mall, The First Station leisure/dining complex or the Sherover and Haas promenades.
The 45-minute Night Spectacular sound-and-light show on the walls of the Citadel at the Tower of David Museum takes place twice a night (except Fridays); buy tickets on the website.