Eilat travel guide

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You're Going to Love Eilat

It wouldn't be out of place to call Eilat the Miami of Israel. It's all-night parties, bronzed beachgoers, hotels hugging the coast, and street markets will definitely remind you of the Magic City. And yet Eilat is also perfectly Israeli in flavor, vibe, cuisine, and history.

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When to Visit Eilat

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September and October are the best months to visit Eilat. Temperatures sit at 64 to 77. Summer is best for those who love the heat. As is expected for Israel, temperatures range from 104 to 122 in July and August.

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How to Get to Eilat

Airports near Eilat

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Where to Stay in Eilat

If you like the finer things in life, pick Le Meridien Eilat. For mid-range suites with stunning desert views, check in to the Club Inn Eilat. Hostel-lovers will be able to lounge at Corinne Hostel.

Popular Neighborhoods in Eilat

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How to Get Around Eilat

The Cost of Living in Eilat

Shopping Streets

Head to Big Center Eilat for outlet deals and Ice Mall Eilat, which is a shopping center that sports an artificial sporting rink.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk costs ₪5 and a dozen eggs will cost you ₪12.

Where to Eat in Eilat

Nothing works up an appetite quite like diving into coral reefs and tanning in the sun. Before you head out again, tuck into a scrumptious meal at Campania, which specializes in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine. Two can dine here with drinks for ₪200.