Here’s a list of places you might find want to visit after booking a Flight Tel Aviv:
Beaches are one of the things Tel Aviv is definitely not short of. Boasting 14 kilometers of well-maintained and clean beaches plus equally pristine water, you’ll definitely want to check them out.
Some of the famous beaches in the city are the Hilton Beach, Gordon Beach, and Bograshov Beach. Among all of them, Hilton Beach is known as the most gay-friendly. The fact that it’s not readily accessible via public transport just adds to its appeal. You can play beach volleyball in your speedos or simply lounge in the deckchairs while sipping your favorite drink.
Nearby is the more traditional Gordon and Bograshov Beaches. Both offer almost the same amenities like clean changing rooms and toilets coupled with one of the best sunsets you’ll see. In addition to sunbathing and other beach activities, you’ll find a virtual cornucopia of restaurants offering everything, from burgers to fine dining.
No weekend trip will ever be complete without shopping, and there’s no place better than Jaffa Flea Market to satisfy your thirst for new things. Word of warning though, they’re not open on Saturdays so that leaves half a weekend to do your shopping.
Jaffa Flea Market has an eclectic mix of shops selling everything from antiques, clothing, jewelry, trinkets, and everything in between. What’s even more fun is that you can haggle to get the best prices!
If you’re already at one of the beaches, they’re awesome in providing after-hours fun. With a large assortment of liquor and beer, dancing, and DJs, what’s not to like? On the other hand, if you’ve had enough of sand, you might want to head on to Beit Hapsanter.
Beit Hapsanter (Piano House) is probably the Tel Aviv’s best kept secret. Despite its name, this is no piano bar. Instead, you’ll hear electronic dance music coming from state-of-the-art equipment. Located at Allenby St. 99, it has a distinct mysterious vibe to it that will make you stay till they close (which only happens when the last man leaves).
That’s just the tip of the proverbial iceberg. There are hundreds more to see. If that doesn’t leave you tired, you can head off to The Tel Aviv Museum of Art. The building itself is a marvel in architecture! It houses works of both local and international artists, as well as a collection of impressionist and post-impressionist art. Alternatively, you can take a stroll through HaYarkon Park. You can rent one of those green rental bikes which you can use to explore the city. Indeed, everyone will fall in love with Tel Aviv. It’s got everything!