Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is the second largest city in Israel and, according to some sources, also the oldest port in the world. On one side, the city is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea with the picturesque ancient port of Jaffa, and on the other side it is dominated by tall, modern buildings, home to various high-tech companies. A convenient location and a pleasant climate, sandy beaches, fine restaurants and cafés, museums and a lively nightlife are what makes Tel Aviv a popular tourist destination.

Weather averages in August

  • Day 30°C
  • Night 23°C
  • Rain 0

Tel Aviv is the second largest city in Israel and, according to some sources, also the oldest port in the world. On one side, the city is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea with the picturesque ancient port of Jaffa, and on the other side it is dominated by tall, modern buildings, home to various high-tech companies. A convenient location and a pleasant climate, sandy beaches, fine restaurants and cafés, museums and a lively nightlife are what makes Tel Aviv a popular tourist destination.

Weather averages in August

  • Day 30°C
  • Night 23°C
  • Rain 0

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The City That Never Stops

Tel Aviv is one of the youngest and most vibrant cities in Israel and the country's economic and cultural hub. Owing to its coastal location, it is an attractive summer destination and is also famous for its exciting nightlife. A progressive city with a strong artistic vibe, Tel Aviv has become a magnet for creatives, partygoers and LGBTQ travellers. The city has a long strip of coastline and as many as 16 beaches. Each beach is special in its own way, but what they all have in common are the picture-perfect sunsets that attract crowds. Visit the family-friendly Tel Baruch Beach, the quiet and romantic Alma Beach, or the Metzitzim Beach, which is popular with celebrities. 

 

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Tel Aviv is a relatively new city, so make sure to also visit its historic core, which dates back more than 3000 years. Head to the port city of Jaffa to see the ancient, arched alleys and white stone buildings, as well as its many art galleries and the flea market. Architecture buffs will love the iconic Bauhaus buildings in the city centre. This part of Tel Aviv also called the White City is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. And if you crave more culture, head to the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and see an extensive collection of Israeli art and the works by some of the world's art giants. Enjoy the flourishing theatre scene and live popular and classical music.

Tel Aviv is one of the youngest and most vibrant cities in Israel and the country's economic and cultural hub. Owing to its coastal location, it is an attractive summer destination and is also famous for its exciting nightlife.

A pleasant way to spend the afternoon is to visit the city markets, where you can see a bit of the locals' life and buy some souvenirs and gifts. Explore the artistic side of Tel Aviv in the Neve Tzedek area, where the streets are full of unique jewellery and clothing stores, galleries, museums and bistros. But don’t get tempted to rest after a long day of exploring, Tel Aviv is a city that lives for fun. When the night falls, the streets get filled with the fun-loving locals and tourists who head to the many bars, nightclubs and bars with live music. The hedonistic side of Tel Aviv is definitely worth exploring as everyone can find some entertainment to their liking.

Sights in Tel Aviv

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The Carmel Market

Tel Aviv's largest marketplace, where traders sell everything from spices to clothing and electronics.

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Sandy Beach

A wonderful sandy beach. For all lovers of sun and sea.

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White City

A collection of over 4,000 buildings built by Jewish architects from Germany in the 1930s.

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Jaffa Port

An ancient port on the Mediterranean Sea, located right next to Tel Aviv.

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Netanya

A city in the Northern Central District of Israel attracts tourists with its 14km long beach.

Airports

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Tel Aviv

Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv is the busiest airport in Israel and its main international airport with two terminals (T1 and T3). It is located southeast of Tel Aviv and northwest of Jerusalem. One of the most efficient ways to get to and from Tel Aviv Airport by public transport is by train, which connects the airport with many major cities in Israel.

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All times shown herein are local times. The information shown in this timetable is subject to modifications without notice. Please consult your airline or travel agent. Mandatory flight check-in opens two hours (120 min) before scheduled departure and closes half an hour (30 min) before departure, when boarding begins. Individual carriers may have special requirements, for example EasyJet, where flight check-in closes forty minutes (40 min) before scheduled departure.

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