With a focus on its nightlife and vibrant art scene, Tel Aviv stands out in Israel as a growing metropolis that is constantly changing as new trends emerge. True to its roots, however, the city still holds fast to its traditions, as seen in its mouthwatering cuisine, local theater, and folk dancing. Whether you want to spend your vacation relaxing on the beach, browsing market stalls, or exploring the city’s history in a museum, Tel Aviv has something for everyone.
In a city that is ever growing, there is plenty to see. Experience the bustle of a Middle Eastern marketplace at Carmel Market, or enjoy the beauty and charm of the Neve Tzedek neighborhood. Purchase tickets to Tel Aviv Museum of Art or enjoy a show at the Suzanne Dellal Centre for a taste of Israeli art and culture. If you travel to Tel Aviv in the summer, be sure to spend at least one day on the white-sand beaches or strolling the paths of Park Hayarkon.
The city’s pleasant Mediterranean climate means there’s never really a bad time to fly to Tel Aviv. You can find cheap hotels in Tel Aviv during December and January, when tourism is at a low.