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Holidays To Tel Aviv

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Famed as one of the most happening cultural locations around the world, the city of Tel Aviv is a fabulous, bustling metropolitan city, decorated with glamorous malls, fascinating historical sites, and a charming local culture that simply cannot be beat! Book your holidays to Tel Aviv and discover the wonders of this famous Israeli city! Tour the historic old city section of Jaffa, which is saturated in history and significance. It is believed to be the point where Jonah was swallowed by the whale in biblical lore. Grab some charming trinkets and souvenirs at Jaffa’s well-known Flea Market. Jaffa’s railway station is also a great place for you to snag some great bargains. Meet great people and party until the wee hours of the dawn in Tel Aviv Port, which is famed for its stylish selection of bars and pubs. Spend some quality cash and relax at the Dizengoff Centre, which is the largest and most iconic shopping venue in Israel. Sample delicious local treats and delicacies, at exciting food markets that take place every Thursday and Friday. Walk through the iconic Rothschild Boulevard, which features some stunning Bauhaus architecture. Stroll through the famous Joshua Gardens and enjoy one of the lushest areas in the city. Plan your all inclusive holidays to Tel Aviv through our Travel Center, your convenient online travel portal!


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Time Zone

UTC/GMT +2:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, EL AL Israel Airlines, easyJet, Monarch, Turkish Airlines


Hebrew, Arabic

Best Time to Travel

March to July

Modes of Transport

Bus, Tram, Taxi, Bicycle

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 5.77 ILS

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Tel Aviv Museum of Art

This museum has much to see for both adults and children and includes the amazing collections of impressionist and post-Impressionist art. The building that the museum is housed in was designed by American architect Scott Cohen and is situated on the eastern edge of the city centre. Some of the artists who have their work displayed here include Renoir, Gauguin, Degas, Pissarro, Monet, Picasso, Cezanne, Van Gogh, Vuillard, Matisse, Soutine and Chagall. Temporary exhibitions are also held here.

Ilana Goor Museum

This stone building was built in the 18th century and is located south of Kikar Kedumim and was originally a hostel for Jewish pilgirims. It was later turned into a soap and perfume factory. Today it is the home of local artist Ilana Goor and is opened to the public as a museum. Most of the displays here are tribal artworks by Goor. Other than the art, the interior and terrace areas are quite nice.

Maine Friendship House

A group of American Christians established the neighborhood just outside of the city walls in the 1860’s. The story about this American Colony can be learnt at the Maine Friendship House Museum. It is now quite run down but still manages to retain its charm. Most of the houses in the colony were sold to German Templers around 1869 and today some of the houses still exist along with the Templers Immanuel church.

Old Port

Tel Aviv’s port was first put into use in 1936 but began to go into decline as the deeper Ashdod harbor was built in the 1960’s. The Tel Aviv municipality gave the old port a refurbishment in 2000 adding features such as a wooden boardwalk, playgrounds and bike paths turning it into a commercial center with world famous clothing stores like Castro, Levi’s and Steve Madden that draw many shoppers. The weekends are especially busy here as families come to enjoy the activities, restaurants and cafés.

Yitzhak Rabin Centre

The Yitzhak Rabin Center was established in 1997 with the aim of promoting democratic values, narrowing socio-economic gaps and addressing social divisiveness. The Israel Museum is located here with 150 films and 1500 photographs that narrate the story of Israel’s struggle for peace. Tours are available in Hebrew and English as well as the self- guided tour. The center is named after Israel’s former Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.

Carmel Market

The Carmel Market is situated between the Yemenite Quarter and Nahalat Binyamin Street and is the city’s busiest street market. Quite the opposite of the air conditioned malls and supermarkets around, this market is unique in that it is unlike any other shopping mall in Tel Aviv. This is the place that you need to go to if you are looking for items at a cheaper price. Vendors here sell everything from beachwear, designer accessories, olives, pickles, nuts, fruit, vegetables, cheese and bread all at an affordable price.

Rabin Square

The Rabin Square, with its large expanse of paving stones, is the largest public square in Tel Aviv. It features an ecological pond with lotus flowers and koi, a fountain that lights up at night and cafes for food and refreshments. The square used to be known as Malchei Israel square which is translated to Kings of Israel Square but was renamed for assassinated Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin in 1995.

Old Railway Station

This used to be the train line for the Jerusalem to Jaffa terminus. It was operational between the years 1892 and 1948 and was later used by the IDF as a storage facility. Then between 2005 and 2010 it was converted into a retail and entertainment complex. Presently it holds shops, cafes, bars and popular ice cream store Vaniglia. It is known to locals simply as The Station or in Hebrew, HaTachana.

Bialik Museum

This beautiful villa, built in the 1920’s, once belonged to Israel’s national poet Chaim Nachman Bialik. The villa features a richly decorated interior with the downstairs including custom-made furniture, a vivid color scheme and ceramic tiles depicting the Twelve Tribes of Israel, the Star of David and signs of the Zodiac. The poet’s private library, study and bedroom have been preserved on the upper level and the basement has an archive of his papers.

Ben-Gurion Museum

The Ben-Gurion Museum was built between 1930and 1931 and was the home of Israel’s first ever Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion. The house is located near the marina and still looks much like it did when Prime Minister Gurion passed away. During a tour of the museum, an audio visual presentation will give you the background of Prime Minister Gurion and the foundation of the state of Israel.