Tel Aviv Travel Guide
Tel Aviv is located on Israel’s Mediterranean coast and features a wide variety of options and attractions for all kinds of visitors. The port´s waterfront promenade is filled with shops and restaurants and an assortment of high-end fashion boutiques in the chic Neve Tzedek neighborhood.
Also, the city is famous for having accessible beaches and vibrant nightlife in the Lilienblum Street’s lounges and Dizengoff Street’s open-air cafes, as well as a maze of galleries, Crusader ruins, flea markets and minarets.
The metropolitan area of Tel Aviv includes the once-separate town of Jaffa, and together encompass Museums and galleries like the Beit Hatfutsot, whose multimedia exhibits illustrate the history of Jewish communities worldwide, The Eretz Israel Museum covers the country’s archaeology, folklore and crafts, and features an on-site excavation of 12th-century-B.C. ruins, The Tel Aviv Museum of Art highlights Israeli and European modernism, with notable works by French impressionists and Pablo Picasso.
The best times to visit Tel Aviv are March through April and September through November. Spring and fall mark this city's sweet tourism spots, boasting pleasant temperatures and affordable prices. Despite intense heat, most travelers head to Tel Aviv during the summer months, determined to return home with a tan.