Yoel Rezbozov – Minister of Tourism and Jackie Levy – Mayor of Beit She’an, during the Minister’s visit to Beit She’an:
As part of the upgrade of the tourism infrastructure throughout Israel, the Minister of Tourism continues, Joel Rezbozov, To act to allow bureaucracy and to implement tourism projects, which from a national perspective will form the basis for hosting millions of tourists in Israel. Such notable projects are in Beit She’an, where the Minister of Tourism arrived for a tour, together with the mayor, Jackie Levy.
During the tour, Minister Rezbozov and Mayor Levy discussed the city’s comprehensive tourism program, a program based on a number of anchors, led by the Great Antiquities Site, the Saraya Complex, the Amphitheater and the Pedestrian Street. The Minister toured the Old City of Scythopolis, where he listened to the site manager’s explanations from the Nature and Parks Authority, Miracles in dosAnd closely followed the plan for the construction of a sidewalk that would connect the new city to the old city.
Beit She’an’s tourism plan is based on the combination of the tourist sites in the city and its surroundings, ie – the water springs located in the Springs Valley. The fact that Beit She’an and the area are very hot during the day allows for hiking trails that combine a day water trip and an antiquities and culture trip in the dark – something that will open up night tourism in the city like in Europe. The cooperation between the Beit She’an and Emek HaMa’ainot councils is leading the entire area to tourism cooperation, which will generate a livelihood for all the residents in the area.
Minister of Tourism, Yoel Rezbozov: “Beit She’an has great potential for tourism and a local authority that has the power to do good to the residents, to all Israeli citizens, and to tourists who enter the country. “I know how much Mayor Jackie Levy wants to promote the city and upshift everything related to projects that have been stuck for years, in recognition of the profit that every tourist who comes to Israel brings, and the fact that tourism creates jobs and sources of livelihood for many families.”
Mayor, Jackie Levy: “I would like to thank the Minister for the professional and pleasant visit, the results of which will lead Beit She’an to utilize its main natural resource – the Antiquities Site, which is almost non-existent in Israel. The plan will make Beit She’an one of the leading tourist cities in Israel, create economic development for the entire region and encourage the establishment of hotels in the city. “Minister Rezbozov encourages the establishment of hotels in Israel, the arrival of tourists and the encouragement of domestic tourism, which already creates employment and causes the development of the economy throughout the country, and I congratulate him on that.”An abbreviated address for this article: https://www.ias.co.il?p=125350
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