The World’s 10 Most Expensive Cities to Visit in 2023


#6 Tel Aviv, Israel


The Jewish state capital, Tel Aviv, exists surrounded by Arab neighbors and there has been a history of violence since it was established in the mid-20th century. However, the main tourist areas, such as Tel Aviv, the Negev, Jerusalem, Nazareth, and the Dead Sea remain fairly safe, with the majority of trouble occurring in areas that visitors don´t relatively explore. The city has golden sandy beaches, marvelous cafes and restaurants, and significant spiritual history. The average price of visiting Tel Aviv in 2023 is about $329 per day, which makes a seven-day trip for one person to be about $2,303. A beer costs about $8. The Eretz Israel Museum covers the nation’s archaeology, folklore, and crafts; it has an on-site excavation of 12th-century-B.C. ruins. An amazing city but bring your dollars with you.


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