Tel Aviv Israel

Tel Aviv the city that never stop!

Tel Aviv  is the second largest city in Israel situated on the Israeli Mediterranean coastline. It was originally founded on the outskirts of the ancient port city of Jaffa in 1909 but was later on merged with Jaffa upon the establishment of the State of Israel.

We traveled all around Tel Aviv and created the perfect tours for you.

Its progress throughout the years has earned for Tel Aviv the title of economic hub of Israel. Many corporations, especially those involved in research and development for high-tech industries, hold their offices in Tel Aviv. Its beaches and 24-hour lifestyle has made it a popular tourist destination. Its “White City”, a collection of over 4,000 buildings built in the Bauhaus style, has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Planning your Trip to Tel Aviv

A visit to Tel Aviv is both a scenic trip down memory lane through the Ancient Port of Jaffa and an adrenalin rush to the 21st century with skyscrapers and modern technology of the city of Tel Aviv. Whatever suits your fancy, be it the old or the new, you’ll certainly find something for you in the many diverse attractions of Tel Aviv.

How to Get There

The first stop for international travelers on their way to Tel Aviv is the Ben Gurion International Airport. It is 30 minutes away from the city center and can be reached by train, bus, rented car or taxis.

By Train

The train is a good alternative for sightseeing in Tel Aviv. It moves at a leisurely pace, just enough to get a scenic tour around the city. It is also a convenient way to get to the airport because there’s a direct train line to it.

By Land

Buses are run by Dan Bus company (main bus network) and Egged Bus Cooperative (intercity connections). You may get daily free-pass tickets (which are your cheapest alternative) from the driver, bus line or at the Central Station.

By Taxis

Taxis are always available but you’ll have to expect to pay relatively expensive fares compared to those of the trains and buses.

Historical Landmarks

A trip to Tel Aviv will not be complete without a visit to Old Jaffa, one of the oldest seaports in the world. It was believed to have been originally built by one of Noah’s (of Noah’s Ark fame) sons. It’s also linked to the city of Joppa, where Andromeda from Greek Mythology was chained to a rock as a sacrifice to the Titan Kraken. Nowadays, Jaffa is an artist’s haven filled with ancient churches (St. Peter’s Catholic Church), winding Zodiac alleys filled with colorful art galleries and The Clock Tower which was built in 1906.

Explore Tel Aviv

Since Tel Aviv is located right on the Mediterranean coast, it is graced with 14 kilometers of sandy beaches and relatively warm weather. The Promenade features dozens of restaurants that attract people from all walks of life. To complement your trip to the beach, there are many water sports activities and surfing schools that you can try out.

What you should see in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv Museum of Art

contains a collection of the best classical and contemporary art from leading artists


Since Tel Aviv is located right on the Mediterranean coast


Museum focuses on the history and traditions of Jewish people

Carmel Market

A vibrant market every day and especially on friday morning

Arts and Culture

Three of the largest museums in Israel are all located in Tel Aviv.

Pictures of Tel Aviv

Child-friendly attractions

Aside from enjoying themselves at the beach, children have many fun activities in store for them at the various parks and gardens in Tel Aviv.

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