Top attractions in Tel Aviv
The second largest city in Israel, and now a real tourist hotspot, Tel Aviv is a great place to visit. Here are a few highlights to think about before you go.
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art](/tel-aviv-museum-of-art-l4257/) is well worth a visit, and tours are advised, as there is so much classical and contempary art to see, with a special emphasis on Israeli art.
Tel Aviv Port is Tel Aviv's commercial and entertainment district. A definite tourist hotspot and must see on any trip.
Yarkon Park is a little slice of paradise away from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the city. Why not catch a concert at one of the two outdoor concert venues?
Head to the Promenade for some sun and sand and to catch some tourist hightlights.
A tour of the Great Synagogue will make your trip to Tel Aviv really special. A magnificant building with a rich history.
Walk among the locals, hunt and haggle for a bargain and bring back a real piece of the city.
For spectacular views over the city, and to get some holiday snaps that match the postcards.
March through April and September through November will provide you with the most pleasant weather for your holiday. In the summer, the city is incredibly hot, and you'll get some better deals in the spring and autumn!
Most people combine a trip to Tel Aviv with a tour of other regions, spending 3 nights here, and a total of 10 in Israel.
- CurrencyShekel (₪)
- Time ZoneUTC (+03:00)
- Country Code+972
- Best time to visitSpring and autumn will offer milder temperatures and better deals!
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What people are saying about Tel Aviv
I was reading the other reviews about this hard hike and sweating and I totally knew what I am going to do, but when I actually were doing it, it was sooooo hard, like I wanted to stop the hike up to the hill, but I wanted to see sunrise as well, so the conclusion is - you will sweat a lot, but it will be worth it. National park with waterfalls was nothing really special, just being in nature was nice. In hot weather would not recommend. And finally - dead sea - I loved it, floating in the water was fun and new experience, we were there for one and half hours and it was totally enough, because you cannot be very long time in salty water. We made these mud full-body masks as well and pictures were really nice haha. p.s. I would recommend doing afternoon tour with cable ride up there.
He had a lot of knowledge to give us, and he was respecktful to people from different churches/ beleaves.
The guide for the tour was Naama, a very funny and happy person. She showed us around the city, pointing out different interesting buildings and giving us interesting stories. A great way to get the feel of the city and learn a bit more about Jaffa!
Great guide, visited most important station. Got a really good overview. Hava was a super guide with a huge knowledge. Always answered all the questions and had a lot of patience with all kind of tourists.
We had a fantastic experience! The trip was well-organised and it was a nice combination: city & museum. Thanks to the great crew, we had a trip we recommend to all. And a special thanks to Itamar Buk. What a knowledgeable guide, with a great sense of humor! So, besides a lot of interesting info, we laughed a lot as well. We'll definitely see you back for another trip, when we return. Thanks again!