Tel Aviv to offer tourists free coupon booklet this summer

Visitors to the city will enjoy discounts to recreational activities, museums, entertainment, restaurants and more.

By ITAMAR SHARON
June 18, 2009 11:42
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The Tel Aviv-Jaffa Tourism Association will issue a coupon booklet for tourists this summer, which will include discounts for various recreational activities, museums, entertainment shows, plays restaurants, bars and more. The 'City Pass' booklet will be distributed for free at the association's tourist information center, located on the Tel Aviv promenade. The association's director-general Eti Gargir said: "The discount booklet we've produced has a double purpose: First and foremost to help tourists enjoy the city to the fullest and experience a satisfying vacation in Tel Aviv; in addition, this project will help the city's businesses and institutions enjoy a large number of tourist visitors, particularly in a time of economic recession." The association also offers tourists four free English language tours in central city locations.

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