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Cheapest Flights to Tel Aviv-Yafo
Routes One Way One Way / Round-Trip Round-Trip Athens — Tel Aviv-Yafo £91 £103 Madrid — Tel Aviv-Yafo £78 £125 Vienna — Tel Aviv-Yafo £83 £121 Munich — Tel Aviv-Yafo £95 £77 Barcelona — Tel Aviv-Yafo £51 £126
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Routes One Way One Way / Round-Trip Round-Trip Belgrade — Tel Aviv-Yafo £81 £166 Addis Ababa — Tel Aviv-Yafo £348 £287 Kiev — Tel Aviv-Yafo £76 £118 Kiev — Tel Aviv-Yafo £76 £118 Helsinki — Tel Aviv-Yafo £94 £153
Routes One Way One Way / Round-Trip Round-Trip Cluj-Napoca — Tel Aviv-Yafo £24 £105 London — Tel Aviv-Yafo £76 £34 Philadelphia, PA — Tel Aviv-Yafo £425 £560 Zurich — Tel Aviv-Yafo £77 £117 Mulhouse — Tel Aviv-Yafo £64 £117
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Tel Aviv-Yafo Airports
- Ben Gurion International TLV
- Sde Dov SDV
- Ben Gurion International TLV
- Sde Dov SDV
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Tel Aviv-Yafo City Guide
The Gulf of Jaffa, where modern-day Tel Aviv is located, has been the site of a fortified port-city for more than 4,000 years. No one knows how long it was occupied prior to the construction of the fort. The modern city, centered some distance from Jaffa, was founded in 1909 by Jewish settlers who wanted to build a European-style city by the Mediterranean Sea. The new city, called Tel Aviv, grew through the early 20th century so that by the time the state of Israel was founded in 1948, it was already one of the area’s largest cities. Today, it is known as the symbol of Israel’s modern, secular culture, and a major hub of its economy. Liberal and open-minded, Tel Aviv is known for being welcoming to outsiders.
The main destination for all international flights to Tel Aviv (and to anywhere else in Israel) is Ben Gurion International Airport, known as Natbag to the locals. The 15km separating the airport from downtown Tel Aviv can be crossed with ease by train or taxi. Either method will take about 20 minutes from end to end.
Public transportation in Tel Aviv is more widespread than most cities in the Middle East – certainly more so than most cities in the Middle East – but will seem rudimentary to most visitors from Europe or the United States. The bus system runs to most areas of the city, but they are somewhat irregular and there is a chance that you will be left waiting for a while before you see one. Also, take note that buses stop running late at night, so sometimes a taxi will be your only option.
- Old Jaffa, the ancient port-town, is one of the oldest centers of trade and commerce in the world. There are a few ruins, but most traces of the ancient city are gone. There is still a famous flea-market nearby, however, where local residents have been selling their wares for centuries.
- Azriely lookout, near the center of town, is a great place to get a panoramic view of the city laid out below.
- There are many museums in Tel Aviv, mostly focusing on Jewish culture and history. Highlights include the Eretz-Israel Museum and Museum of the Jewish Diaspora.
- Tel Aviv is one of the main beach destinations in Israel. There are several sandy beaches, most exhibiting excellent conditions for surfing, tanning, and swimming.
There are no particular characteristics of food in Tel Aviv to set it apart from other large cities around the world, but there is a large variety on offer. International fare of various sorts is available here, as well as Israeli favorites like falafel and hummus. There are many upscale restaurants around the city, as well as cheap eateries and street food.
Tips for Travelers
- Like all cities in Israel, security is very tight at various places in Tel Aviv. Major tourist areas and transportation hubs like the central bus station are all under surveillance and have security screenings for entry. Be sure to read the regulations ahead of time and add an extra few minutes to your travel time in order to account for the time it may take to get through security.