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Tel Aviv, Israel: Overview

Tel Aviv is Israel’s second most populous city after Jerusale. The city is located on the Mediterranean coast, about 60 km northwest of Jerusalem and 100 km south of Haifa. Tel Aviv ranks 25th on the Global Financial Centres Index. Tel Aviv is one of the most affluent nations. It has the third- or fourth-largest economy and highest per capita in the Middle East.

Airport in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv Airport

Official Name: Ben Gurion Airport

Airport Code: TLV

Location: The airport is 28 miles (45 km) northwest of Jerusalem and 12 miles (20 km) to the southeast of Tel Aviv.

Hub For: Arkia, El Al, Israir Airlines, Sun D’Or

Interesting Facts: The airport was renamed in 1973 after Israel’s first Prime Minister: David Ben-Gurion.

Operating Carriers

For Nonstop Flights: El Al Israel Airlines

Other popular carriers with connecting flights are as follows: Air Europa, Alitalia, TAP Air Portugal, Ethiopian, Royal Jordanian, LOT Airlines, Swiss, United Airlines, Lufthansa, Air France, Brussels Airlines, Cathay Pacific, British Airways

Best time to visit Tel Aviv, Israel

The best time to visit Tel Aviv is spring and autumn as during these seasons you do not have to worry about the scorching heat and road blocks which often happen during summer and winter seasons respectively. March-May and Sep-Oct are the seasons which are most suitable for the tourists. Summer falls during June to August and December to February is for winter. Now these two seasons are good options for those who wish to make your trip cheaper. Autumn is full of natural beauty. You can visit the Hyrcanian forests of Alborz Mountains. These are ancient forests with ancient woods which make the place look classy. Prices are high during autumn and spring so you can make advance bookings for the plane tickets to Tel Aviv and make your expedition smoother.

Top Attractions in Tel Aviv, Israel

1. Jaffa Port

Jaffa Port is an ancient port on the Mediterranean Sea, located in the Old City of Jaffa, Israel. The port has got mentions in numerous ancient anecdotes, including the Hebrew Bible, such as the book of Jonah, and the works of Josephus describing Jewish history and the First Jewish Revolt against Rome.

This is the most happening place that houses small fishing port, a recreational zone featuring restaurants and cafés, a lighthouse, Jaffa Light, and much more.

2. Tel Aviv Museum of Art

The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is an art museum dating back to 1932. The building was once the residence of Tel Aviv’s first mayor, Meir Dizengoff. The museum featured an inclusive range of classical and contemporary art, especially Israeli art, a sculpture garden and a youth wing. Recently, an Israeli Architecture Archive has been added that exhibits Photography and Visual arts.

3. Luna Park, Tel Aviv

If you kid says “Daddy, let’s go to Luna Park,” obviously, it’s not without reason. Constructed in 1970, Luna Park, Tel Aviv is an amusement park complex housed in the Tel Aviv Fairgrounds. Along with your kids, you can too enjoy Ferris Wheels, Star Flyer, bumper cars, carousels and roller coasters. The Luna Park is open on weekends and holidays. The park is closed on Fridays.

Top Outdoor Activities in Tel Aviv, Israel

1. Israel National Trail

Looking for some fitness challenge? If you answered yes, it’s time to move to Israel National Trail, which is identified as one of the National Geographic’s 20 most “epic trails.”

This is a 1, 015 km trail that extends between Dan, located in the far north of the country and Eilat that marks the southernmost tip of Israel on the Red Sea. The trail is classified with three stripes (white, blue, and orange), and takes an average of 45-60 days to complete.

2. Judean Desert Safari Tour

The Judean Desert is one of the most-visited desert landscapes in the Middle East that stretches about 90 km long 25 km wide. Popularly it’s known as the Desert of Jerusalem or The Desert of the Holly City. It’s location between Jerusalem, and the Dead Sea makes it further interesting. Jericho one of the oldest continually inhabited cities in the world is part of this desert. This is the city conquered by Joshua (Joshua 6) when his troops circled the city walls causing them to fall. A Judean desert safari is incomplete without Qumran where the Dead Sea scrolls were found, and   Mineral Beach on the Dead Sea, which is identified as the lowest place on the earth.

3. Ramat Gan Safari

Spread over a sprawling 250-acre area, this zoological center is home to 83 species of mammals, 92 species of birds and 23 species of reptiles. The place is visited by more than 700,000 visitors. Unlike zoos, here animals stroll in open-air enclosures amid subtropical gardens. A close encounter with rhinos, hippos, lions, African and Asian elephants, gorillas, orangutans and other animals will thrill you.

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