Israel is a country abundant with options to choose from to host unforgettable conferences, business meetings and conventions.
Boasting a developed tourism infrastructure, breathtaking landscapes and beautiful Mediterranean coast, Israel is an ideal tourism destination year round.
Choose from unique venues throughout the country for unforgettable conferences at kibbutz settlements, hotels, universities and convention centers accommodating from 50-10,000 participants, all providing ultra-modern, state-of-the-art facilities. Hospitals, such as the two Hadassah Hospitals in Jerusalem, known worldwide for their advanced medical technology, are perfect locations to hold medical conferences and meetings. These venues provide everything you need to keep pace and get your news out.
The Jerusalem International Convention Center, Binyanei Haooma, offers pressrooms linked to every corner of the globe through excellent communications systems that support international video conferencing and direct access to all major television networks.
The Weizmann Institute of Science, one of the world’s leading multidisciplinary basic research institutions, ranked 6th in Nature Innovation Index, 2017, and 1st outside the US, is an additional institution to host your prestigious event.
Experience first class service at hotel accommodations suited to all tastes and budgets – from luxury hotel chains in the major cities to spa resorts in Eilat, the Galilee and Dead Sea and pastoral settings such as kibbutz guest houses and hotels.
And don’t forget pre- and post-congress touring, including excursions to archaeological sites, classic Holy Land tours, spa treatments, sports and desert adventures. Accompanying persons will also keep busy with endless options for sightseeing and shopping during the convention. Israel’s PCOs will gladly coordinate all services and events.
Arrival to Israel is easily accessible to the modern Ben Gurion International Airport, only a 30 minute drive from major cities, and the entire country small enough to drive its length in a day.
A second international airport is being built in the southern region of Israel, set to open late 2017. The airport is located approximately 18 km north of Eilat on the Red Sea. The new Ramon Airport, named after Ilan Ramon, Israel’s first ever astronaut who died in the 2003 Colombia Disaster, and his son Asaf Ramon, who was killed a few years later in an aircraft accident, is also known as Timna Airport. The terminal is set to handle 2 million passengers a year upon opening, expanding to 4 million passengers a year later on.
Israel, for the ultimate client satisfaction year-round.
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