Traveling to Israel for Eurovision 2019 ain’t cheap, but we promise you it’s worth every penny. And now, to help y’all save some coin, Outstanding Travel is offering wiwibloggs’ readers an exclusive 5% discount on their Eurovision Weekend and Eurovision Week Packages. All you have to do is mention wiwibloggs when you get in contact with the company.

The city’s premier LGBT-friendly tour company is ready to help you slay the Mediterranean with its thoughtful packages. You can learn all about the packages by clicking the links above.

And P.S.: This is not a paid promotion. We’re spreading the news so some of you can pack in some savings.

The full-week package includes:

• 7 nights hotel accommodation on a bed & breakfast basis
• Greeting and assistance at the airport by an OUTstanding Travel Representative
• Private taxi transfer from Ben Gurion Airport to your hotel in Tel Aviv
• Walking tour of Tel Aviv and Jaffa with a certified tour guide (May 14th)
• Two day trips on the OUTstanding Travel Gay Bus: Jerusalem (May 13th) and Masada and the Dead Sea (May 15th) including lunch, certified tour guide and site entrance fees
• Party pass to one main Eurovision party
• Private taxi transfer from the hotel in Tel Aviv to Ben Gurion Airport

The rates exclude:

•  Expenses of a personal nature
•  Meals throughout the entire tour other than those mentioned
•  Spa Treatments at the Dead Sea
•  Tips to driver, guide and restaurant staff
• Any other item not mentioned above

The price of your stay will vary by the hotel you choose — there are currently 19 listed — and whether you’re looking for a single or a double room.

The price per person for a double room at the Abraham Hostel is $1,095, while the price per person for a double at the luxurious Jaffa Hotel will cost $3,065.

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srulik
srulik
1 year ago

Guys, if you don’t want to spend a lot of money(though this sounds. Like a good package) you can take a car and drive anywhere you want. Israel is a small country and ot is easy to get by and around. Just kepp in mind there is lots of traffic(no, we don’t ride on camals)

Julia Van Heick
Julia Van Heick
1 year ago

Oh wow!! Thank you wiwibloggs!
Can’t wait to see Tel Aviv.

Oron
Oron
1 year ago

Niceeee

MaxFowler
MaxFowler
1 year ago

Wait, why LGBT? not all eurofans are gay!

except me and most of the eurofans I know….

Evan
Evan
1 year ago
Reply to  MaxFowler

You’re cute ! I hope you like guys

Paul
Paul
1 year ago

But I thought all the hotels were sold out and that’s why they were going to turn the park into a campsite and make a boat into a hotel…. or was that just a pre cursor to this post?

Roy Moreno
Roy Moreno
1 year ago

Enjoy everyone 🙂

Maya
Maya
1 year ago

Take into account that most of the time you will enjoy the events outdoor. You really dont need to spend your money in a hotel. The city is so friendly !! After two days you will feel at home. The city is very safe for walking/you can use the bike from everywhere to everywhere very easlly. Locals around you will help you all the time- it’s very safe: day and night 24 hours !! (except certain parts in the southern area of the city with non- Israelis..people from Sudan/ Eritrea..etc..- but you will not get there anyway…cause its in the… Read more »

NoGeoblocks
NoGeoblocks
1 year ago
Reply to  Maya

I agree with Maya. I visit Israel quite often, and I always find that most of the day is spent outside. The weather is always nice in May, and walkin and biking seems the most efficient way to travel. There’s so much street food and amazing local and international food. Ask a local or stumble upon something, you’ll be fine. For those who like to know everything they do in advance, this deal though sounds great!

Idan Cohen
Idan Cohen
1 year ago

You gotta pay for launch, don’cha?

Idan Cohen
Idan Cohen
1 year ago
Reply to  Idan Cohen

lunch* lol.