Overview Tel Aviv

Visiting Tel Aviv

Museum buffs will be in heaven in Tel Aviv—the second largest city in Israel is said to have the highest number of museums per capita anywhere! Watch an Israeli Premier League soccer match, go shopping, bask on the Mediterranean beach, or sample some street falafel for an authentic experience.

Whether you’re a first-timer or a frequent visitor, a business traveler or a budget explorer, IgoUgo has all the travel-planning tools and resources you need to create a memorable vacation in Tel Aviv. Read traveler reviews of the top hotels, restaurants, and things to do; browse amazing photos; ask for advice in our friendly travel forums; and find cheap Tel Aviv flights and hotels. Then, after your trip is over, share your travel reviews, tips, and photos with friends and fellow travelers right here on IgoUgo. ... Read More
Museum buffs will be in heaven in Tel Aviv—the second largest city in Israel is said to have the highest number of museums per capita anywhere! Watch an Israeli Premier League soccer match, go shopping, bask on the Mediterranean beach, or sample some street falafel for an authentic experience.

Whether you’re a first-timer or a frequent visitor, a business traveler or a budget explorer, IgoUgo has all the travel-planning tools and resources you need to create a memorable vacation in Tel Aviv. Read traveler reviews of the top hotels, restaurants, and things to do; browse amazing photos; ask for advice in our friendly travel forums; and find cheap Tel Aviv flights and hotels. Then, after your trip is over, share your travel reviews, tips, and photos with friends and fellow travelers right here on IgoUgo.    Close

Stories and Tips Tel Aviv

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Tel Aviv Vive*

Written by MALUSE on 31 Mar, 2009

My German country people are the world champions when it comes to travelling, Israel, however, is not one of their favoured destinations, so it was easy to organise the trip two years ago, we went to a travel agency, booked the flight and the hotels…Read More


Be Scared of the Prices, Not Terrorist Attacks!

Written by dangaroo on 02 Jan, 2009

For many visitors to Israel, Tel Aviv will be the first place they stop. Ben Gurion airport apart from being a place to be grilled by custom officers, is generally the gateway to Israel from Europe or other continents.I arrived from chilly Germany and Poland…Read More


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Tel Aviv

Written by shamash on 23 Jan, 2007

Tel Aviv stands for beautiful and lively. I have never been to a city with so many drop dead stunning women. They greet you with a smile and a wiggle of attitude. I don't know the statistics but to me the women outnumber the men…Read More


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Tel Aviv

Written by Peregrine on 28 Sep, 2000

Tel Aviv has an impressive skyline of high rises and the longest, whitest beaches I’ve seen in a while. Nearly a century ago, the city, whose name means began to rise from the sand dunes north of the ancient port of Jaffa where wave…Read More


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Egypt

Written by shamash on 23 Jan, 2007

I arrived in Cairo at about four in the morning and being as I was pretty nervous to begin with, arriving that early in the morning didn't help. The first person I made contact with at the airport greeted me the same way as Sala…Read More


Ben Gurion Airport Authority

Written by Whirlwind on 28 Sep, 2000

Tel Aviv Airport... The trouble started when I presented my passport to the Israeli Ben-Gurion Border Control. Since my only previous foreign travel experience had been in Central and South America, I had taken the liberty of procuring travel visas to enter adjacent Middle Eastern…Read More


The Israeli Breakfast

Written by Peregrine on 28 Sep, 2000

Tel Aviv was where I was introduced to 'The Israeli Breakfast'. Every hotel we stayed in during our two weeks in Israel presented a similar spread of vast magnitude. I suspect it was because I was staying in tourist hotels and Americans have an…Read More


Gateway to Israel

Written by dangaroo on 18 Dec, 2008

Tel Aviv Ben Gurion is where I touched down whilst visiting Israel, it's the largest of the Israeli airports and the only one with cheap flights to and from Europe (Berlin, Munich, Manchester, Riga, Vilnius), a very modern airport with quite a lot of travalators…Read More


The White City

Written by chaim26 on 16 Oct, 2005

UNESCO has designated part of Tel Aviv--the White City--as a World Heritage Site. The buildings in it were built in the Bauhaus style in the early 1900s. The style praises asymmetry, plainness, and geometric figures. Today, many of the buildings have turned grey with the years.…Read More


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