You have a place in the sun. The cancellation of a visa to Israel is another argument to come here with the children. Three other good reasons are always an open swimming season with clean beaches, a short flight without changing the time zone, which children can easily tolerate. Well, the lack of a language barrier – they will understand you everywhere whether you need a falafel or the nearest bus stop. It is best to fly to Tel Aviv and stay on the coast: the lifestyle here is familiar and quite European, and there are almost no hot days. In the suburbs of Tel Aviv is a huge, convenient and completely safe water park Meymadion. While children frolic in the water, adults can have a picnic or play volleyball and tennis on the court (meymadion.co.il). Nearby is a large ice complex, if suddenly you are tired of the heat and get bored in the winter. And also a safari center and two large amusement parks – Luna Park and Superland: if you take a group ticket for all five parks, you can save a lot of money. Not far from the Shefayim waterpark (waterpark.co.il), where children have 22 slides, there is the Kof-Hasharon nature reserve (hof-hasharon.co.il) available in all seasons, the hills of which are buried in the sea, and almost in spring plants begin to bloom. To look at wild animals, you need to drive a little further: in Ramat Gan – African safari on 100 hectares, which you can go around only on a small electric train. And rare birds and rodents can be seen and even touched at the Jerusalem Zoo. Diving into the crowd of other tourists is most interesting and fun in Bat Yam, but if you want privacy, go to Gordon Caves or to the north, to Haifa – for an hour by car you will be rewarded with an empty beach with clean sand. [How to get?] You should fly to Israel with direct flights of Aeroflot and Transaero – the price range is about 20 thousand rubles per adult and 8 thousand per child, but it is best to watch the shares of both companies: in spring and early summer there are often two tickets times cheaper. Season: April – November.