Top attractions in Tel Aviv
Top 7 things to see 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.
1. Tel Aviv Museum of Art
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.
2. Tel Aviv Port
Tel Aviv Port is Tel Aviv's commercial and entertainment district. A definite tourist hotspot and must see on any trip.
3. Yarkon Park
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?
4. Tel Aviv Promenade
Head to the Promenade for some sun and sand and to catch some tourist hightlights.
5. Great Synagogue, Tel Aviv
A tour of the Great Synagogue will make your trip to Tel Aviv really special. A magnificant building with a rich history.
6. Hacarmel Market
Walk among the locals, hunt and haggle for a bargain and bring back a real piece of the city.
7. Azrieli Observatory
For spectacular views over the city, and to get some holiday snaps that match the postcards.
Planning Your Visit
When to visit?
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!
How many nights?
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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- Best time to visit
- Spring and autumn will offer milder temperatures and better deals!
Other Sightseeing Options in Tel Aviv
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What people are saying about Tel Aviv
The travel is early, no problem is not near from Tel Aviv, as expected that time. But the visitors are usually in hotels and they don’t serve the breakfast so early. I pass until 2 o’clock without eating nothing, because in te moment that we stoped to take a coffee, and the place that the guide stoped didn’t have anything to eat, of course we didn’t know the places there ro take things to eat. So I just have something to eat at lunch that was so late.
Great and safe driver who told us a lot about the places we passed. He stopped several times to let us make pictures. He made the trip very comfortabel and interesting for us. We had a great local guide in Bethlehem who told us a lot about the history and the local situation and showed us around to the interesting places. The Dead Sea was a special experience and so was Jericho. We had a long and exciting day. Thank you all for making this happen.
Highly recommend this tour for an organized & excellent historical overview of these sights. Norbert was the guide & driver for the day and I was extremely impressed at how he was able to do both simultaneously with enthusiasm. Free time per location is limited but enough time to snap a couple of photos before heading to the next destination. Bring 50 shekels cash for the Arabian lunch during the tour & enjoy!
Our guide, Levi, took us to the normal places as well as unique places including the Ilana Goor Museum in Old Jaffa. He was very knowledgeable and pleasant and we would definitely recommend him to other travelers.
The tour does not start as mention in get your guide at 8:30 it starts at 7:30 am. Any way we had to wait for the people from tel aviv to arrive and they where late. The guide was ok