CINDY & RAZ
MAY 09, 2017 . ISRAEL
WHAT WERE THE CHANCES...
Born 10,000 miles apart, Cindy grew up in the sunny tropics of Latin America, while Raz grew up in the Holy Land. After surfing his way up the Pacific Ocean, they finally met one hot Saturday afternoon in El Salvador amongst margaritas and friends. Four years later... they are inviting you to join their upcoming
Israeli - Latin wedding.
Tuesday, May 09, 2017
Pre Cocktail: 7:00pm
Wedding Ceremony: 8:00pm
Wedding Reception: 9:00pm
Beit Hanan, Israel
Achuza is a very special place for us. Raz´s great grandparents got married there. The structure dates back to the late 1920's, and overlooks a beautiful Tuscan landscape.
G E T T I N G T H E R E
TRANSPORTATION TO THE WEDDING
Beit Hanan is about 40 minutes driving distance from Tel Aviv.
More details on Transportation will be given before the wedding…
Sat May 6th
Sun May 7th
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GUESTS FROM ABROAD
We are absolutely thrilled for all of our guests coming from overseas! We recommend you stay in Israel for at least one week to appreciate all that it has to offer.
Raz & Cindy´s travel dates:
April 30th - May 26th
BOOKING YOUR FLIGHT
From El Salvador:
There are several routes that you can take to get to Israel.
These are the most common ones:
Avianca/ Other: El Salvador - New York - Israel (2 tickets)
KLM: El Salvador - Panama - Amsterdam - Tel Aviv (1 ticket)
Air France: El Salvador - Panama - Paris - Tel Aviv (1 ticket)
Avianca/ Air Canada: El Salvador - Vancouver - Tel Aviv (2 tickets)
Flight prices vary depending on the date and airline, flights from El Salvador range from: $1,000 - $1,500
From United States and Europe:
There are endless options flying to Israel from the US or Europe.
Prices vary depending on your location and date of departure.
We kindly ask you to please send us your itinerary to: firstname.lastname@example.org
AT THE AIRPORT
Name of Airport: Ben Gurion Airport, Tel Aviv.
Immigration: If you are Salvadorean or American there is no need for a Visa to enter Israel. We will send a special invitation letter to all of our foreign guests to present at immigration if needed.
Language: Everything at the airport is also in English and all the staff attends in English.
Transportation from airport to your hotel:
Best option is to take a taxi outside of the airport, it is completely safe and they should speak English. Price should range from $30-$40 depending on your destination address.
WHERE TO STAY
We recommend our guests to stay in the City Center of Tel Aviv.
Tel Aviv is a Mediterranean-style beach city, with cosmopolitan cafes, boutique shopping and world-beating museums. The city is only 40 minutes away from the venue of the wedding.
We recommend the following 3 hotels with 3 different price ranges:
Budget option: Blue Sea Marble - approx. $105/night.
Mid range option: TLV88 - approx. $150/night.
High range option: Dan Tel Aviv - approx. $330/night.
We recommend using the website trivago.com for booking those hotels.
You could also find good accommodation options through Airbnb.
If you choose Airbnb, we recommend you stay within this area of Tel Aviv:
We recommend you travel by taxi using an app called GetTaxi or use Uber.
If you want to rent a car use Expedia.com prices should range from $8 to $44 per day not including insurance.
To find your way use Waze or Google Maps.
We recommend you pack clothes for warm weather, sunblock and shades and a light jacket to wear at night.
Israel weather in May:
Average High: from 26°C to 29°C
Average Low: from 14°C to 18°C
PLACES TO SEE IN TEL AVIV
These are Raz's and Cindy's favorite places in Tel Aviv:
Neve Tzedek - Neighborhood located in southwestern Tel Aviv with high end boutique shops and nice cafes.
Shenkin St. - Most famous and happening street in Tel Aviv to shop for clothes or eat.
Namal Tel Aviv - Tel Aviv's port. You can find a market shops and nightlife next to the sea.
Dizingoff St. - Tel Aviv's most famous bulevard. Known for its bars.
Shuk Hapishpeshim - Jaffa flea market
Carmel Market - Tel Aviv's biggest market, with pretty much everything Mediterranean.
Jaffa (Yafo) - Southern and oldest part of Tel Aviv. An ancient port city in Israel.
Sarona market - An area established to be the heartbeat of Israeli culinary art.
Israeli Currency: Shekel
Exchange Rate: 1USD = 3.8 Shekel
Credit Cards: All credit cards are accepted in most of the places, however we recommend bringing cash to use in some of the markets.
Tipping: Tip is normally not included in your bill, the custom is to leave a 10% tip.
Cell phones: we will provide our guests from abroad SIM Cards with internet service, which will be able to be used only with unlocked phones.