Where to Live In Israel
Choosing a community in Israel involves weighing a lot of factors. The Israel community profiles here offer a view of the basics of size, character, location, climate, housing, employment, education, transprotation, and amenities.
Find Your Israel
Choosing a community in Israel involves many important factors, including location, community type, housing, employment, transportation, community life, and more.
Beer Sheva Aliyah destination. This community profile contains information to assist in considering Beer Sheva as an Aliyah community choice.
Beit Shemesh is a centrally-located and more affordable city with a diverse population, of whom many are Olim.
Efrat is located in Gush Etzion (the Etzion bloc of settlement communities). It is a separate municipality, and is regarded as the capital of the Gush Etzion area. Efrat is a popular destination for Olim from English-speaking countries, who constitute a high percentage of the population that also includes native-born Israelis and Olim from other countries.
Haifa Aliyah community information. Explore the opportunities in one of Israel’s popular immigration destinations.
Hashmonaim is a Yishuv (settlement) conveniently located a 10-minute drive from Modi’in, almost midway between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.
Jerusalem is Israel’s capital city, with a variety of neighborhoods and populations. It is home to many holy and historical sites, as well as many modern-day features for locals and visitors.
KatzrinRegion: Golan HeightsCity Type: Settlement (Yishuv)/Small CityPopulation: 8,000Demographics: Young Families, Families, RetireesReligious Makeup: Chabad, Chardal, Dati Leumi, SecularAffordability: $$ (range 1 to 5)Climate Average Temperatures Day Night January...
Ma’ale Adumim is located seven kilometers (4.3 miles) from Jerusalem along Highway 1, which connects the Tel Aviv and Jerusalem metropolitan areas. The city is surrounded by the Judean Desert, but is cooled by regular winds.
Modi’in is a well-planned city located between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem is attracts those seeking high living standards in a modern environment.
Netanya Aliyah offers life in a beach-side community with about 30% immigrant population, including many English speakers.
Neve Daniel is located southwest of Jerusalem atop one of the highest points in the area, and offers views as far as Tel Aviv to the west and the mountains of Jordan to the east.
Ra’anana is centrally located (about a 25 minute drive) Northeast of Tel Aviv) with high living standards and a significant English-speaking population.
Tel Aviv is considered Israel’s most cosmopolitan city, and is the home to much economic activity. It is the financial center of Israel, and also a leader in law, culture, fashion, and the arts.
Zichron Yaakov has a beautiful view of the Mediterranean, a well-known local winery, and a varied community that new Olim generally find very welcoming.
Israel Awaits You
Wherever you choose to start in Israel, the whole country is yours to explore and enjoy.