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Flights to Tel Aviv, Israel
Tel Aviv is Israel’s second largest city and the financial centre and technology hub of Israel. Like California’s Silicon Valley, the high concentration of high-tech companies has gained an area in Tel Aviv the name of Silicon Wadi.
Visitors are drawn towards its contemporary art galleries, chic cafes, artisan boutiques and its beautiful beaches.
The main international airport in Tel Aviv is the Ben Gurion International Airport.
- 24 km to central Tel Aviv
- A taxi ride to central Tel Aviv costs around RM146 (ILS122) and takes about 30 minutes
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Best Time to Visit Tel Aviv
The best times to visit Tel Aviv are during spring (March-April) and fall (September- November). The temperatures are pleasant for sightseeing and prices are affordable. While it gets really hot in the summer months, the city still bustles with tourist during the period.
Things to do in Tel Aviv
What to see in Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv’s White City, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003, draws huge crowds. It comprises the world’s largest concentration of buildings built in the Bauhaus architectural style.
For a more historical look at Tel Aviv, visit the Arab port town of Jaffa. Here, wind through the little streets and take your pick among restaurants, boutiques. The flea market, which resembles a traditional souk, exudes an old-fashioned charm. Nearby, the St Peter’s Monastery and the Old Port area are also not to be missed.
For contemporary art, definitely head to Tel Aviv Museum of Art or stroll down Little Bialik Street. When you are ready to hit Tel Aviv’s beautiful coastline, visit the beaches of Gordon Beach, Frishman Beach and Banana Beach.
What to eat in Tel Aviv
For breakfast, have shakshuka - eggs with a mix of peppers, tomatoes, and coriander. Bread is the staple at every dining table. Try Lechem bread at a traditional Shabbat dinner.
Hummus is also a favourite. Try different variations of hummus at the restaurant Abu Hassan in Old Jaffa: with or without olive oil, parsley, fava beans and pita bread. Also try food on the streets, such as zalabia - deep fried bread with hand carved rump steak, arugula and cheese.
This information is correct as of 30 July 2017.
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