Travel to Tel Aviv, the White City of the Mediterranean
Representing the central point of Israel, Tel Aviv is a destination eager to satisfy all the tastes of its visitors. From cosmopolitan beach parties, to performances by the Philharmonic Orchestra, in the White City, as it is often called, you will find activities for all tastes.
Start your tour, admiring the special peculiarity of this city with two faces. On the one hand, wander through the imposing skyscrapers, the commercial Rothschild Boulevard, the overcrowded buildings and the lively bars and restaurants and on the other, explore the beauty of the old town and its ancient harbor where you will be enchanted by a view of a Tel Aviv drawn from the past.
Get to know the picturesque side of the city with a visit to the traditional Yemeni district
or the Neve Tzedek with its seductive beauty and discover every corner of this hospitable place. Complete this exploration of local tradition with a stroll through the Caramel and Nachlat Binyamin flea markets, where you can enjoy their colorful images, their intoxicating scents and their delicious surprises.
Head to the cosmopolitan Habima Square and meet the State Theater and the Philharmonic Orchestra that will give you spectacles of special artistic value. This cultural trip will complement the famous Art Museum with its countless exhibits confirming the artistic richness of this city.
Of course you can not travel to Tel Aviv and not visit its famous beaches with its crystal clear waters and golden beaches that are an attraction for all visitors of the big city.
Food and local cuisine
The gastronomic scene of Tel Aviv is the ideal mix of flavors from around the world. Wander through the many restaurants and find traditional and international dishes that will be a pleasant surprise. Of course you should not miss to try the local hummus, beans and the famous vegetarian sabich pie that you will find in various versions.
Best time to visit Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv is a destination that you can visit all months of the year. However, the spring and summer months are ideal to enjoy your swim in the popular beaches.
How to use transportation in Tel Aviv
Transfer from/to Tel Aviv
In Tel Aviv you can travel by air from Athens and Thessaloniki as it has its own airport just 19 km from the city center. The most popular transfer option from the airport to the city center is the train which costs 3.50 euros and the journey takes only 20 minutes. There is the possibility of using a bus, although there is a waiting and unstable route, but also the slightly more expensive option of using a taxi (39 euros).
Transportation in Tel Aviv is served by buses and taxis. For the use of buses you have to issue a rechargeable travel card, while taxis are a more expensive but convenient option.