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Founded in April 1909, Tel Aviv is the second largest city as well as the cultural capital of Israel. Officially known as Tel Aviv Yafo it was the first modern Hebrew City which was originally called Ahzut Bayit. If you are planning a holiday trip to Tel Aviv then you find it a vibrant city that never sleeps. It is a center of nightlife, delicious cuisines, rich cultural heritage and liberalism. It is truly a magnificent city with a savvy attitude which is bordered on one side by the Mediterranean long stretch of sandy beaches and the other by glass towers housing companies which offer a completely contrasting look to the city. So pack your bags and fly to Tel Aviv the city which is a melting pot of various cultures.
Tel Aviv is renowned for its golden beaches, cosmopolitan and liberal outlook which make it the most modern metropolis. It is defined by its coastal position and thus its beaches are among the major draw. The most popular sandy stretches are centrally located Gordon beach, Frishman beach and Banana beach which are crowded with sun-worshippers, posers and beach lovers. You surely love to visit the Tayelet the paved boardwalk between central Tel Aviv and Jaffa which is lined by plenty of cafes and restaurants allowing its visitors to enjoy delicious food and great ambiance. There is nothing like a visit to Carmel Market which is one of the biggest markets in the city where you can get the taste of real Israel. Its sights, sounds and smell surely leave you spellbound. You surely love to visit the Old Jaffa which is located in the southern end of the city offers a complete contrast to the modern bustle of Tel Aviv. Stroll down its picturesque alleyways, the legendary nearby Flea Market and its port to enjoy stunning coastal views of Tel Aviv. Don’t miss a visit to Nachalat Binyamin Market which is one of the country’s biggest art and crafts markets to buy the souvenirs for your near and dear ones.
If you are looking for the best time to visit Tel Aviv when you can enjoy visiting its maximum attractions, enjoy pleasant temperatures and affordable prices then do visit Tel Aviv in the month of March through April and the September through November. The spring and fall mark the city’s sweet tourism spots. The beach lovers the hottest months are June, July and August and during this time the beaches are the country are the busiest one and lot of travellers head to Tel Aviv during this time and enjoy a great beach holiday.
Those who are looking for cheap flights to Tel Aviv from London can book their tickets with several major airlines such as Ukraine International, WIZZ Air, easyJet, EL AL, British Airways, Alitalia, Lufthansa, American Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Austrian Airlines, SWISS, Virgin Atlantic, Air France, Turkish Airlines, Aeroflot and KLM etc. There are 200 nonstop flights between London and Tel Aviv averaging 30 per day. If you are flying from London to Tel Aviv then Monday is the cheapest day to fly whereas Tuesday is the most expensive one.
One of the most important tips for travel to Israel is to be mindful of what to wear. It is a liberal country with varying dress codes and requirements. Israel is not a cheap destination to visit so need to be careful while visiting it. While travelling keep safety in mind and visitors should excise natural and normal levels of caution and awareness and it is a good idea to check with your local government advisory. Public transport in the city is great and metro trams run from one corner of the city to another at a reasonable price. Another distinction of the Tel Aviv is that it is known as a premier travel destination for gay travellers and one where LGBTQI identifying people feel safe and welcomed.
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