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Welcome to Tel Aviv

Explore Tel Aviv

It’s not hard to see why Tel Aviv has become one of the most popular city destinations for tourists and travellers alike: A relaxed atmosphere, burgeoning cafe culture and lively party scene combine with the coastal location boasting pristine sandy beaches and the crystal blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Tel Aviv is Israel’s most important cultural centre; home to more than 3 million residents.

About Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv’s full name is Tel Aviv-Yafo: The city absorbs smaller towns as it continues to grow. The port of Yafo, or Jaffa, was one of the largest of these. * The area around Tel Aviv has been inhabited for more than 4000 years. * Tel Aviv has 14km of beaches and is rated among National Geographic’s top 10 beach cities.

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Where to Stay


The majority of Tel Aviv’s visitors seek to stay somewhere near the beach; there are great accommodation options spread the whole way along the seafront. Neve Tzedek is one of the most sought after districts, possessed of a quiet village atmosphere, yet still at the heart of the city. Neve Tzedek is also one of the more upmarket districts, along with pretty Shenkin. Guests on a tighter budget would do well to head to the lively streets of Florentin, an up and coming area packed with cafes and restaurants. Jaffa, to north of the city centre, is the oldest part of the city, where the port still operates after thousands of years. Tel Aviv is quite a compact city, with good transportation options; wherever you choose to start looking for a place to stay you’re sure to be within reach of the best the city has to offer.

Things to Do


Tel Aviv is rapidly gaining a reputation as a major global city for businesses and tourists alike. The city is filled with modern ‘Bauhaus’ architecture, which makes it very pleasant to walk around and has led to a large part of the centre being named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The main attraction is the beach, which stretches the whole way along the mediterranean coastline, providing a perfect place to relax with a drink, play some sports or just walk up and down soaking up the atmosphere. Jaffa is the place to visit for a taste of the region’s history; one of the world’s oldest cities, with the architecture to prove it. Tel Aviv’s ‘Culture Square’ lies at the end of Rothschild Boulevard: a place of galleries, theatres, cafes and restaurants that’s also excellent for a bit of people watching.

Eating and Drinking

Food and drink

Carmel Market is another of Tel Aviv’s essential experiences, a feast for the senses with all kinds of fresh produce on sale, as well as gourmet food stands and local cafes whipping up delicious local delicacies. The streets of Jaffa are lined with street food vendors serving delicious middle eastern fare: An excellent option for a speedy lunch. Israel’s cuisine is heavily influenced by arabic and middle eastern dishes: hummus, falafel, shawarma and other less well known dishes can be found everywhere for relatively cheap places. Tel Aviv earns its nickname ‘the city that never sleeps’ and deserves its growing reputation as a top party location: You’ll find revellers lining the seafront through to the early hours of the morning and the nightclub and live music scene is excellent, attracting big names from around the world.

Getting Around

Getting Around

Tel Aviv is a pretty compact city, many of the top sights and attractions can be explored on foot; if you mind the heat that is. The majority of it is also flat, with wide boulevards and calm traffic; making it an excellent city to cycle around; bike rental shops are easy to spot wherever you go: try Jerusalem Avenue or Allenby Street. The city has a convenient shared taxi system, known as ‘Sherut’, these are a useful and cheap way to get around the city. They run on specific, most often from north to south, and will allow you to board/jump off anywhere along the route. Private taxis are widely available and can be hailed on the street. Ben Gurion Airport is 20km outside of Tel Aviv, with buses running regularly into the city.

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10 Excellent
November 2017
Penthouse in the heart of Tel Aviv

Great host and great apartment. Especially enjoyed the kitchen.

10 Excellent
June 2017
Two minutes from beach shouk Hacarmel

Judith was a perfect host. She was always accessible. Check-in was very easy. The apartment was very clean. More than enough towels and bed suits. The apartment is absolutely perfect. The location awesome. Very close to the karmel market...

8 Very good
April 2017
Cozy Room in Tel Aviv Centre

We had a fine stay at Mickey and want to say "THANK YOU, Micky!!!" for being your guest! Finest regards, Betty und Rafael

8 Very good
December 2016
Roof Top in Rotschild Shenkin

Very pleasant men, who were very helpful too. I was grateful for them to inform me about the imminent weather conditions and to suggest approbiate clothing. I was allowed to share their daily life. A pity though that the weather did not ...

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