The peak season to visit Tel Aviv is the summer season, from May to August. It is warm and sunny at about 88-90 deg F with extended daylight and a number of cultural festivals, central to which are White Night Tel Aviv and Upper Galilee Chamber Music Festival. It would be advisable to book your tickets early to avoid last minute rush and inflated ticket prices. If you’re looking for budget holidays, you can visit here during the winter season from December to March but excluding the week connecting Christmas and New Year. It would be colder and rainier at 74-86 deg F, but you might just get some hefty discounts on flights and tickets.
The city is served by Ben Gurion International Airport. Located about 12 miles southeast of Tel Aviv, it is the main international and busiest airport in the country. It is a hub for El Al, Israir Airlines, Arkia and Sun D'Or. Ben Gurion Airport is one of the top five airports in the Middle East due to its superlative customer experience and its pronounced security. The airport offers scheduled international, seasonal and seasonal charter flights to major cosmopolitan cities like Amsterdam, Cairo, New York, Beijing, Rome, London, Paris and Berlin among others. The airlines offering flights are Air France, El Al, Air Berlin, Lufthansa, EasyJet and Ukraine International Airlines among others. Places of Interest in Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv is the greenest, second largest city and largest metropolitan area in Israel. This beautiful seaside city along the Mediterranean Sea forms the financial and technological axis of the country. It is nicknamed ‘the city that never sleeps’ because of its pulsating nightlife, vibrant atmosphere and cultural festivals. Tel Aviv’s centennial identity is seconded by its eclectic Orientalist and Bauhaus architecture. Stellar attractions here include the ancient Yafo (Old Jaffa), Rothschild Boulevard, Tel Aviv Museum of Art and the city’s stunning waterfront Tayellet.Old Jaffa
Located in the southern part of Tel Aviv, Old Jaffa is one of the world’s oldest ports. Its name occurs four times in Hebrew Bible as the fabled place related to Jonah and Solomon. It is known for its Al-Bahr Mosque (perhaps the oldest mosque in Jaffa), the Clock Square and the Jaffa Museum of Antiquities.Rothschild Boulevard
Rothschild Boulevard is one of the most beautiful and expensive streets in Israel. A combination of architecture and history, this street is dotted with a number of buildings that depict signatures of Bauhaus and Orientalist architectures. Central of attraction here is the Independence Hall where Israel's Declaration of Independence was signed in 1948 AD.Tel Aviv Museum of Art
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is an art museum of par excellence in Tel Aviv. It has an extensive collection of 20th century Fauvism, German Expressionism, Cubism and Impressionist art pieces. Central attraction here is a collection of some stunning works of Pablo Picasso and School of Paris.