On and off the beaten track

Anyone who didn’t go on vacation this summer might want to do so now.

September 14, 2017 14:26
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A vacation in Caesarea. (photo credit: SARAH NADAV)


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The summer holidays are over, the kids have returned to school, and the High Holy Days are upon us. Anyone who didn’t go on vacation this summer might want to do so now.

According to the 2016 Social Survey of the Central Bureau of Statistics, about two-thirds (67%) of persons aged 20+ in Israel, or 3.6 million people, went on vacation abroad or within Israel during the past 12 months. Twenty-four percent reported that they holidayed only in Israel, 12% traveled abroad, and 31% said they took vacations both in Israel and abroad.


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