About Tel Aviv
Towering, high-rise buildings line the golden shore that runs along the edge of the bustling and vibrant city that is Tel Aviv while young, laidback locals fill the myriad coffee shops and beach. With pleasant weather all year round and a whole host of things to see and do, it is no wonder that Tel Aviv is increasing in popularity year by year. Brimming over with culture and history, this incredibly important city is sure to captivate you. From the Tel Aviv-Jaffa Promenade, that runs alongside the sand, all the way to the leafy Rothschild Boulevard, there is something here for everyone.Read More
One of the most fascinating parts of Tel Aviv is its UNESCO World Heritage site listed White City area. Comprising thousands of Bauhaus-style houses, this section of Tel Aviv was built during the 1930s by German Jewish architects who had fled the nazis and ended up here. It is considered a glowing example of modern town planning. For more architectural wonders, travellers should head to the bright red building that houses the fascinating design museum.
While Tel Aviv is barely a century old, the quaint, cobbled Jaffa is one of the world's oldest port cities. The bustling markets and food stalls here epitomise the traditional Arab lifestyle that still exists and thrives, despite the rapid modernisation of the city. Nestled right in the heart of Tel Aviv is Carmel Market, the pulse of this magnificent city. Spices waft on the breeze as bright fabrics and gourmet snacks compete for your attention.
Tel Aviv Tours
Here are some popular itineraries that include a visit to Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv Hotels
If you are planning a Tel Aviv holiday, have a look at some of the accommodation that we recommend. 'Our Rating' indicates how we feel each property rates according to normal Western hotel standards. 'Local Rating' indicates how the property is categorised/rated locally:
Gilgal Hotel Tel Aviv
Built in 2008, the Gilgal Hotel is the perfect sanctuary just a short walk from the beach. Comfortable guest rooms encompass a range of hotel facilities, including a rooftop terrace overlooking the sea. Free Wi-Fi is available in every room and all are equipped with lovely en suite bathrooms. Head to Cafe 7, the hotel's elegant Coffee Shop for a tasty beverage - a popular place with locals and tourists alike. Centrally located, the hotel is just 200m from Tel Aviv's beachside promenade. Carmel Market, cafes & bars are nearby.
Herods Hotel Tel Aviv Tel Aviv
The stylish Herods Hotel was designed to capture the essence of 1930s Tel Aviv. The contemporary guest rooms are bright and airy with all modern amenities and balconies to enjoy Mediterranean Sea views. The hotel's restaurant is set in an attractive courtyard of antique houses and leisure facilities include a seasonal outdoor pool and spa centre, which is ideal for pampering and relaxation. The accommodation is perfectly located on Tel Aviv's beautiful sandy beachfront, just 10 minutes walk from Dizengoff Street's array of shops and eateries.
Tel Aviv Tailor made suggestions
Here are some of the recent tailor made itineraries we have created for our clients which include a visit to Tel Aviv.