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.
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My boyfriend and I joined a group of 40 tourists both national and international to visit and learn all about Jerusalem followed by some down time at the Dead Sea. A few tips for people like myself who haven’t travelled in this area before. Girls wear a skirt or pants or dress covering your knees and take an over shirt or scarf to cover your shoulders and chest. You don’t need to wear the scarf all the time but you cannot enter some of the sites without this attire. Men can wear a long short and shirt but if you’re Aussie we wear short shorts haha so maybe pants and a change of shorts for later. This wasn’t really something we were briefed on which wasn’t a negative but good to know. The insight our guide gave us was amazing, which he explained while exploring three of the Jerusalem quarters. Our guide was very knowledgeable explaining the rich history in a reality lovely way. Lunch was delish and the perfect amount of downtime by the sea afterwards. Highly recommended!
The tour was organized very well. Large airconditioned, comfortable bus delivered our group from Tel Aviv and back with maximum comfort. Itamar, a young, but highly knowledgeable young man, was detailed and factual in describing the history of Jerusalem and the lives of people that made history over 2000 years ago, in the manner, that was capturing attention of all members of our group. The tour of Jerusalem requires a good stamina, as it's a walking tour! We walked through Old Jerusalem most of the day in 25 to 35 degrees Celsius. But if you can do it, it's worth it. Memorable!
I was not given the option of meeting close to the start of the tour as another group was given. Meeting at 21 Leontin is a problem as construction Plus the entrance is around the corner Plus no note to say go inside into the Lobby of the building. I was early and alone. When I called the organizer was rude and unhelpful.
Well organized an well timed your. The tour guide was excellent looking after each and everyone in the group( 18 oeople). The visit to the holy site was arranged very well, barely 15 minutes waiting time. Considering that it was a Sunday, when masses are regularly held, it was perfect timing.
This was my favourite tour in Israel. Danny was a great guide, must be difficult having a tight agenda but he waited for some of us to get baptised in the Jordan, and for me to figure out what necklace to buy my wife in Nazareth:) All the sights were cool and interesting.