GoNetanya Application -https://gonetanya.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/appstore-min-e1541570963782.jpg
We invite you to join an audio city tour!
There is no other city with beaches like Netanya’s.https://gonetanya.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/GoNetanyaSlider_2018_Plages.jpg
There is no other city with beaches like Netanya’s. 13,5 kilometers of golden beaches, some of the most beautiful in Israel. On the beaches there are restaurants, bathing facilities and various attractions.
Promenades from north to southhttps://gonetanya.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/GoNetanyaSlider_2018_Promenads.jpg
The western-most part of Netanya is built on a sandstone ridge stretching from north to south and stands at a height of between 25 to 45 meters above sea level .
Graffiti in Netanyahttps://gonetanya.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/GoNetanyaSlider_2018_Grafiti.jpg
Are you looking to relieve the monotony? Do you like colors? Do you want to enjoy a unique art style? We have plans for you. Photographer Ron Elijah followed in recent weeks a variety of stunning graffiti that adorn our city in diverse areas, ranging from the market, Herzl streets, Zangwill St., Independence Square and its surroundings, the municipal fire station and more... The result: one big wow !!
Siófok – Hungary
A twin city agreement was singed 30/04/09 by Mayor Yoel Elroy.
Siófok is a city in the south of Hungary located on the banks of theBalaton Lake. It is known as Balaton Lake’s Capital and is a popular tourist destination due to its mild climate. The city lies 106 km from Budapest and has a rich historical tradition.
Even in ancient times the population was diverse – during the Roman and the Neolithic periods. The name as we know it today has been used starting 1790.
In 1552 the village experienced a change of fortunes when it became the basis for the Hungarian Airforce and for a fortified army phalanx. Another change of fortunes occurred between 1834 and 1865 when railway lines were laid and 200 homes and 1500 residents were allowed to hold a marketplace in the village. The city became known as a marketplace city. The bustling lifestyle in Siófok lead to the creation of a resort for artists, actors and the upper-middle class from the cities of Budapest, Karinthy. At the end of World War II the city lost its popularity for residence but in 1948 it began to recover and developed into a tourist resort for union members who spurred a revival of hotels and cabins. Today Siófok is one of the most important tourist centers in Hungary.
For the official website of the City of Siófok click here