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Need to Know About Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv is a lively, glittering and versatile destination. This gem of the Mediterranean promises outstanding beaches, hedonistic nightlife and something to pique your interest around every corner. As Israel’s cultural, creative and commercial capital, Tel Aviv is alive with activity. There are restored neighbourhoods and world-class museums which link the city with its heritage, and then there are the reminders that Tel Aviv has one foot firmly planted in the modern world: city-wide WiFi and soaring skyscrapers. Wander through the White City, the UNESCO World Heritage-site of more than 4000 Bauhaus-style buildings; watch a beach sunset from a rooftop restaurant; get lost roaming Carmel Market.
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Getting Around Tel Aviv
Bus transport is the most common type of transport in Tel Aviv. Each day, more than 500,000 people use the public bus system. The route network is easy to follow and will allow travellers to efficiently get around the city. Tickets can be purchased to cover single trips, one day or weekly passes. Note that busses do not run on Shabbat. A sherut is a type of shared taxi, usually a minivan that can seat up to 10 passengers. The sherut follow pre-set routes and run on Shabbat.
When is the Best Time to Book Cheap Flights to Tel Aviv?
To enjoy pleasant and comfortable temperatures while in Tel Aviv, the best time to travel to the city is between March and April or September and November. These times bookend the hot summer months. On the flip side however, a summer holiday in Tel Aviv, where you can bake under the sun and revel in the intense heat, may be right up your street. Prices during the shoulder seasons tend to be more friendly to the hip-pocket, while prices tend to spike between May and August.
Travelling to Tel Aviv Airport
Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport (TLV)
The Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) is Israel’s main airport. It is located 15 kilometres from Tel Aviv and has a dedicated international terminal, as well as a secondary terminal for domestic flights and low-cost international carriers. An airport-operated shuttle takes travellers into the heart of Tel Aviv and runs 24/7. It operates from Terminals 1 and 3. There is a taxi rank located outside of the Arrivals hall and fares are fixed, depending upon the time of day. There is also a train station in Terminal 3, with lines that go into Tel Aviv. However, please note that most Tel Aviv train stations sit on the city’s fringe so anyone staying at a centrally-located hotel may need to take a taxi from the train station to their accommodation.
What to do in Tel Aviv
Put on a layer of SPF+ and get ready to hit the beach. A part of Tel Aviv’s allure, especially to sun-seekers, is its myriad pristine beaches and glittering shores. Metzitzim beach in the north is popular with families for its gentle waters, but it is also known to be frequented by celebrities. Towards the south is Alma beach, a laid-back stretch with no sunloungers or lifeguards. Enjoy a meal at the bar restaurant at Hilton/Top Sea beach, or check out the statue of Ben Gurion doing a handstand at Frishman beach.
As the oldest part of the city, a walk around Jaffa will especially appeal to history buffs. Jaffa is an old port town and still has well-preserved buildings. A stroll around this part of Tel Aviv offers beautiful architecture, a vibrant flea market and unique boutiques.
Experience an atmosphere of authentic Tel Aviv with a sojourn in the Yemenite Quarter, an area that is seemingly untouched by the city’s commitment to development and modernisation. The local fare in this charming neighbourhood is excellent - it includes some of the best hummus you’ll likely ever taste - and there are a handful of beer cafes for afternoon refreshments.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Housing works from the likes of Van Gogh, Monet, Picasso, Degas and many more, this museum is a highlight of the city, particularly for travellers who are self-confessed culture-vultures. The museum also lays claim to some renderings of Ukrainian wooden synagogues, which were destroyed during the World War II. And if what’s inside doesn’t appeal, a pit-stop to admire the museum’s striking exterior design should still be on your radar.