Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv

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About Tel Aviv

Welcome to Israel's second-largest city, a sun-bronzed strip of coastline where passion abounds for coffee and culinary innovation. The draws of the 'White City' through its Bauhaus-era buildings run side by side with the historic Arab heritage at the port of Jaffa. Yet above all else, you will be hard pressed to find a local lifestyle where residents speak every language under the sun, and where life is lived outdoors to the fullest.

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Close to Bograshov and Frischmann Beaches you will find Mendeli Street Hotel (5 Mendeli Street), which combines magazine chic with contemporary features and great amenities. The staff at Shenkin Hotel (Brener 21) are excellent at providing local knowledge to its residents. Its central location is great for exploring local markets and shopping malls. If you are looking for something more budget friendly yet stylish, then the Port Hotel (4 Yirmeyahu Street) whilst a little further out from the city centre, is located very close to the beach.

Tel Aviv shopping is hugely diverse, ranging from traditional backstreet workshops to multi-storey shopping malls and streets lined with high-tech merchandise and designer fashion.

Hamedina Square is the place to head to if you are looking for designer names such as Gucci, Prada and Versache, whilst Sheinkin Street is perhaps the trendiest place to be seen right now. The Diamond Exhange at Ramat Gan is one of the world’s principal marketplaces for diamonds and precious stones.

For exceptional food at very reasonable prices Miznon (30 King George St), provides both in abundance - full of energy and friendly staff, the vibe encompasses the passion and ethos of Tel Aviv itself. Said Abu Elafia & Sons Bakery (7 Yefet St) was first established in 1880 and four generations later, its giant filled pastries (sambusas) and stuffed breads are still a main attraction for its take-out customers. Orna and Ella (33 Sheinken St) combine true Israeli flavours with a casual-chic décor. Finally, Shila (182 Ben Yehuda St) is a great seafood tapas restaurant located but a few moments away from the beach.


Pesach (Passover) is the year’s biggest Jewish festival where a week of non-leavened foods, including bread and beer are consumed in this ritual festival. The first and last days are national holidays, so many shops will be closed.


For music lovers, the Tel Aviv Jazz festival takes place at the start of the month, drawing international performers from around the globe.


Tel Aviv Pride takes place as Israel’s biggest and loudest gay celebration which rival any in the entire world. Opened by the mayor of Tel Aviv, this huge parade of colour and exuberance winds its way through the city centre streets down to the beach.

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Language:Arabic, English, Hebrew
Time zone:GMT +2 hours
Flight time:5 hours 20 mins
Airport code:TLV
Holiday type:Beach / Winter Sun

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