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Tel Aviv is the second largest city in Israel, located on the Mediterranean coast. It is known for its vibrant culture, delicious food, and beautiful beaches. Tel Aviv is often referred to as the "city that never sleeps," due to its lively nightlife and 24-hour culture.

The history of Tel Aviv can be traced back to the late 19th century, and it was officially established as a city in 1909. Today, Tel Aviv is a cosmopolitan city, offering visitors a mix of modern culture and history. Visitors can explore the city's many museums, art galleries, and historic sites, such as the Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv and the Independence Hall.

Tel Aviv offers a wide variety of activities for visitors, from visiting the numerous beach parks, such as Frishman Beach and Gordon Beach, to exploring the city's many neighborhoods, such as Jaffa, Carmel Market, and Neve Tzedek. The city is also famous for its food culture, offering a wide variety of traditional Israeli dishes and international cuisine. Visitors can also enjoy outdoor activities such as visiting parks and gardens and also experience the nightlife in Tel Aviv, which offers a wide range of options for entertainment.

The official language is Hebrew, the currency is the Israeli new shekel. The population is around 4 million people. The city is headed by a mayor and a city council. Israel is a parliamentary democracy and the head of state is the President of Israel.

Tel Aviv Travel Information

After Jerusalem, Tel Aviv is the second largest city of Israel. Tel Aviv is situated on the Mediterranean coast about 60 km north west of Jerusalem.

Tel Aviv is a popular tourism destination, because of its climate and situation on the Mediterranean see, in Tel Aviv you can find some of the world´s leading hotels including, Crown Plaza, Sherathon, Marriott and Hilton. 


The official currency of the Israel is the Israeli Shekel, internationally abbreviated as ILS. At the airport and in the city center there are many exchange offices. Most international hotels and international shopping centers it is possible to pay in Euros, USD or British Pounds.

How to get to Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv has an international Airport which is called Ben Gurion International Airport TVL, it is situated km way from the town Lod. Tel Aviv Airport has one of the worlds largest duty free shopping malls. From Tel Aviv Airport it takes you about 20 minutes by car to get to Tel Aviv Center. You can the train which goes frequently from the airport to the center or a taxi. There are no bus services from the airport to the center.

At the Airport of Tel Aviv there are plenty of car rental companies who offer affordable car rentals. Many agents like Budget, Thrifty, Europcar have an office in the Airport Terminal.

Tel Aviv is very good accessible by car from Ben Gurion Airport, as Israel has a modern network of freeways.

In Tel Aviv there is one main train station, Train services connect Tel Aviv to Haifa and Beer Sheva.

How to get around in Tel Aviv

You can get around in Tel Aviv by Bus, Tel Aviv has a modern and cheap bus network, most bus services start early in the morning at 5.00 am and stop at midnight.

For the sport lovers, Tel Aviv has a large number of bicycle paths, it is an ideal way to get around, there some shops were you can rent a bike.

What to see in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is a large city, there are many things to see, however there are some must haves you need to have seen during your stay in Tel Aviv, like Old Jaffam, it is one of the oldest ports in the world, it is the reputed point where Jonah boarded a ship and later swallowed by a big fish.

Rabin Squar, this is the biggest square in Israel. Also Tel Aviv has more than 20 Museums you can visit, one of the most famous art Museum is Tel Aviv Museum of Art, which is the biggest art Museum of Israel. 

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