Popular Accommodations in Tel Aviv
Highlights in Tel Aviv
- Beach holiday
- Discotheques and Clubs
- White City
- Tel Aviv Museum of Art
- Carmel Market
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Vacation rentals in Tel Aviv
An apartment in Tel Aviv, located on the coast and close to the beaches, allows you to spend relaxing days by the sea. On the other hand, you don't have to go far to the popular bars and restaurants in the picturesque harbour area. The unique location also invites you to take long walks along the beach promenade.Wonderful views and landscapes
If you want to explore the beautiful surroundings by bike or hiking, then rent a vacation rental in Tel Aviv, which is inland. From here you have a breathtaking view of the whole city. You can also rent bicycles and head for the most beautiful places in Tel Aviv, such as Kikar HaMedina. Further excursion destinations, like the Too of Petach Tikwa, reach you likewise shortly.
Holiday in Tel Aviv
Location and orientation
The city of Tel Aviv is located directly on the Mediterranean coast and has a 14 kilometre long beach, which also serves as a meeting point for the locals. The Jaffa district is the oldest in the city, which was founded in 1909. Before that the port of Jaffa had an important importance for the trade of the region. Tel Aviv is the perfect starting point to easily reach the famous places of Israel, such as the Sea of Galilee, Jerusalem, Haifa, the Dead Sea and the Negev Desert.
Travelers and Activities
The city has a kilometre-long coastline with numerous different beach sections, which you can reach from a centrally located apartment in Tel Aviv in just a few minutes on foot. Here you can swim, lie in the sun, grill or dive and sail. There are beaches reserved for orthodox Jews or homosexuals, as well as special sections for fitness lovers. The best beach for swimming is the Hilton Beach, which is well protected by breakwaters. Very clean and beautiful is the Frishman beach, which is mainly visited by locals.Enjoy the nightlife
Tel Aviv is nicknamed "The city that never sleeps", which is why you can conclude that it offers an extensive nightly entertainment programme. Especially around Lilienblum-Straße you will find a true party metropolis with numerous discotheques, bars and clubs. The best time to go out is the weekend, which starts on Thursday evening and lasts until Monday morning.
Tel Aviv translated means "spring hill", where "Tel" stands for multi-layered settlement hill and "Aviv" for spring.
Top travel tips
The Weiße Stadt district consists of more than four thousand buildings, most of which were built in the Bauhaus style. In the 1930s, many architects fled from Berlin and Dessau to Tel Aviv. Today, the White City is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.2. Museum visits at their best
Independence Hall is a museum on Rothschild Boulevard where you can admire a memorial stone to Tel Aviv's biblical citation. The Tel Aviv Museum of Art offers contemporary and classical art. Also worth seeing is the Eretz Israel Museum, which documents the history and archaeology of the region.3. Taste regional specialities
Visit the biggest market place of the city, the Carmel Market. Here you will find excellent restaurants and many food stalls offering local specialities. These include falafel, delicious bread, olives and exotic spices.