As the cost of living continues to rise in the center of the country, moving to the Galilee-emek valley could offer a refreshing solution. For those individuals or families who don’t need to live in the large cities in the center of the country, Northern Israel has a diverse range of lifestyles and housing options to offer that are worthy of consideration, which fall within the budgets of many young couples, as well as those approaching retirement age.
The coastal cities and towns of Israel’s north have appeal to several kinds of people in a variety of situations. Israel’s largest city in the north is of course Haifa, which provides an employment base for several industries including shipping and high-tech. Intel, IBM and many other such companies have facilities in Haifa’s Hi-Tech Industrial Park. Haifa is Israel’s third largest city and is home to two respected academic institutions, ' . the University of Haifa and the Technion.
emek-izrael vally is 10 min away from haifa
Here is an example of the convenience that living in emek-izrael vally and kirayt tivon could provide: A young couple with one spouse working in Tel Aviv n, could rather easily live kiryat –tivon or ramat-yishay or any place in emek-izrael as Israel’s high way#6 service across the coast is very good with a commute from south to north in as little as 1 hour and 10 minutes. there are plenty of things to do in emek-israel , including going to the beach or visiting the areas wineries, heading inland to the many parks and forests of Israel’s nearby mountains, etc. For those individuals who aren’t pursuing education or employment in the high tech sector and want a smaller town purchases