Tel Aviv





Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv, alongside Jerusalem, is one of the two most popular tourist destinations in Israel, as well as the economic and cultural centre of the country. The seaside location makes Tel Aviv an appealing summertime destination, and its reputation for lively nightlife and a burgeoning cultural scene explains it being dubbed the 'city that never stops'.

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Old Jaffa
Old Jaffa, Tel Aviv

Old Jaffa is the oldest part of Tel Aviv with romantic streets, old churches, and old stone buildings. The rich history behind this part of town is what gives it an irresistible charm and makes visitors fall in love with its atmosphere. Walk around or spend a few hours at the hip wine bars, creative Mediterranean dining and seafood restaurants near Jaffa Port.

Tayelet — The Promenade
Hayarkon, Tel Aviv

The promenade of Tel Aviv is a picturesque waterside stretch. The 5 km long shore is an unmissable location for anyone visiting the city. Take a romantic walk with your significant other or just sit down and relax while watching the waves crush the shore.

Jasia Asian Restaurant & Sushi Bar
Louis Pasteur Street 7, Tel Aviv-Yafo

Jasia is a an establishment that offers delicious Asian cuisine in a relaxing environment. Excellent quality pan-Asian specialties and the most delicious sushi rolls are all on the menu.

Hatraklin Meat & Wine Bistro
Heichal Hatalmud Street 4, Tel Aviv-Yafo

Hatraklin is a place for meat-lovers. If you are looking for the most outstanding steak in town served by friendly staff in an amazing atmosphere, this is a place worth trying out. The wine is excellent as well, and the selection makes for delicious pairing.

Stern Gallery
J. L. Gordon Street 30, Tel Aviv

Stern Gallery attracts its visitors with high quality classic and contemporary Israeli art. It is a great place to pick up a genuine treasure of a souvenir, a beautiful and unique piece by a talented local artist.

Carmel Market
HaCarmel Street 48, Tel Aviv-Yafo

Carmel Market, or Shuk Ha'Carmel as the locals call it, is a place where you can find locals doing their everyday shopping. The market has become an attraction for tourists as well, but it is lovely for everyone just to take a walk through the market, shop for breakfast, find your favourite fruit or drink some freshly made juice.

Ben Gurion Airport (TLV)
Ben Gurion Airport, Tel Aviv

Ben Gurion Airport is the main international airport serving Tel Aviv, located 19 km to the southeast of the city. David Ben-Gurion was the primary national founder of the State of Israel and the first Prime Minister of Israel. To travel to the city centre from the airport you can use the national bus company called Egged bus. There are two locations where you can take the bus from. One is the Airport City and the other is the Ben Gurion Airport — arrival and departure terminals. The second way to travel from the airport is by train. Israel Railways operates the Ben Gurion Airport Railway Station, located in the lower level of Terminal 3. The train goes to the north-west of Tel Aviv, Haifa and other destinations in the north, south-east to Modi'in, or south to Beersheba via Lod, Kiryat Gat and Lehavim. The journey to Tel Aviv Savidor Central Railway Station takes around 18 minutes. The taxi service from the airport is provided under the supervision of the Israel Airport Authority. Passengers are recommended to avoid the use of non-authorized taxi services. The taxi station are located in front of the Terminal on Level G, near the exit through Gate 01.

Passport / Visa

To visit Israel you need a passport valid for at least six months from the date of entry. If you hold an Israeli passport, you will be required to present it upon arrival. Many countries have a Visa Waiver Program with Israel, which allows their citizens to visit Israel without a pre-arranged visa. Citizens of Australia, Canada, the EU, and the USA do not need a visa for touristic stays up to 90 days. Citizens of other countries can check if they need a visa using the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Because of diplomatic issues, you might not be able to travel to some Arab or predominantly Muslim countries if your passport shows an Israeli visa or stamp. To solve this problem, your visa will be stamped on a separate entry card when you arrive in Israel. Remember to bring your passport with you on trips to Palestinian territories: it will probably be required at checkpoints and border crossings.

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