5 Best Things To Do In Eilat
2 monthes ago - By GoBackpacking
One of the best Israeli cities to visit is Eilat, located at the southernmost tip of Israel on the shore of the Red Sea. This beach town is famous for many things: water-sports, duty-free shopping, and the glorious sun. Here are some fun things to do in Eilat during your stay.
The Ice Mall
This circular mall will keep you busy for hours. The duty-free shopping and the food options alone are enough of an attraction, but this mall also boasts an ice-skating rink in the center, which will give you a good respite from the heat of the day.
You can also enjoy the arcade and the...
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