Living in Israel - Moving To Israel - Expats Israel

Our interviews with expats here will give you an idea of what it's like to live in Israel, a place that's perceived by many others in the rest of the world as a turbulent, chaotic place to be. Yet, as the people who have made the move to Israel will show, there's another side to the picture shown by the media: including the densely rich historical sites, the world-famous attractions, and the characteristics of the people.

If you're considering visiting or moving to Israel, reading about the experiences and insights of the expatriates we feature here will help you learn more about practical issues like finding a job and working in Israel and the cost of living there, as well as other topics like recreational options and the Israelis' love of life.

What's it really like to move to Israel?

Great weather, great beaches, interesting people -- these are some of the things British expat David likes about living in Israel. If you are thinking about moving to Israel, read on for some insights from one who has done it.
 
 

American expat Liza shares her experiences and tips on moving to and living in Karkur, Israel

Liza and her family might be considering moving back to the USA, but for now, they are loving their life in Karkur, Israel, where she's been living for more than 15 years. People who are thinking of relocating to Israel, or at least visiting this ancient yet vibrant land, would do well to read on in order for them to learn more about issues like language, getting a job, and local customs from the perspective of a long-term resident such as Liza. 1_Liza_Rosenberg.jpg
 
 

Canadian expat Lisa's life in Tel Aviv, Israel, where she works as a journalist

Lisa, who hails from Canada, sounds like she's having the time of her life in Tel Aviv, Israel. The weather, the social life, her job--all these and more are the pros of living in that city. The uncertainty that comes daily is just part of life there, something that people have come to live with. Here she tells us a bit about things like the cost of living in Israel and what she thinks about the Israelis. 1_Lisa N Goldman.jpg