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Tipping in Israel First things first: tipping is discretionary. You have no obligation to tip anyone, although showing appreciation for good service is often a good idea. Who to Tip has a great webpage on Israel, which seems to summarise the general consensus found on the internet. In general, cash tips are preferred. I paraphrase below the main tipping ...


I wanted to add my own experience to the answers here. Israel no longer issues stamps I found this to be true at the main international airports. At land crossings they will still issue you a stamp unless you explicitly tell them not to (and also depends on their mood). However if you are entering via a land crossing, such as Jordan, you will get an exit ...


Yes. I worked in the United Arab Emirates and traveled to Israel twice. Naturally, I didn't want a stamp in my passport, since I worked and traveled often to Lebanon, Yemen, etc. Simply ask nicely and they'll put a stamp on a slip of paper for you. I never even asked, but you might want to, just in case. Do not lose that paper, as it needs to be ...


Germany has been willing to issue multiple passports for such situations. (German wikipedia link)

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