What to do in Tel Aviv in one day

09:00 – Mendeli Street Hotel

09:30 – Tayelet

10:30 – Cafe Xoho

11:00 – Dizengoff Street

12:30 – Lunch at Goocha Dizengoff

14:00 – Palmach Museum

16:00 – Basma Coffee

17:00 – Explore Old Jaffa

18:30 – Kikar Kedumim

19:30 -Cafe Puaa

21:00 – Suzanne Dellal Centre

22:30 – French 57

23:59 – Penguin Club

 

We mapped out your day trip in Tel Aviv

Each highlight of your day trip is numbered, simply follow the guide

What you should absolutely know about Tel Aviv

City highlights, food & drinks, expressions, weather, how to get there and how to get around

Often referred to as “The Bubble”, the city of Tel Aviv offers an exciting metropolis, filled with cafes, beaches, nightclubs, and shops. During your Tel Aviv day trips, wander up and down the strip of beaches that run alongside the Mediterranean Coast or along the waterfront promenade, looking at the many shops and restaurants. Spend a lazy afternoon lounging around Tel Aviv’s central park, Joshua Gardens, or see the city from up high at Azriely Lookout. Embark on a number of wine tastings to get your night started. Tel Aviv has 24-hour nightlife, wild parties, and many clubs. There’s something for every person in the exhilarating city of Tel Aviv

Visit the White City, which is home to over 3,000 buildings that were built in the 1930s. The Suzanna Dellal Center and Old Jaffa are worth a visit too. Do some shopping at the historic Jaffa’s Railway Station or lurk around Rabin Square

While you are in Tel Aviv, you must have the king of Israeli food: the falafel. Hummus, jachnun with tomato, and dishes of Shawarma are also must-eats. Don’t forget to have bread dipped in shakshooka or a glass of pomegranate juice

English is widely spoken and is one of the national languages in Israel. All street names, road names and signs are in English. To impress the natives, try learning some Hebrew. In Hebrew, “Hello” is “Shalom” and “Toda” means “Thank you”

Summer is a popular time to visit, with temperatures in the 80s, but heat waves are possible. Fall weather is breezy and in the 70s and 80s. Winter cools off to the low to mid-60s with slight rain. Spring rises around 70 degrees

Many rely on the train to get from the airport to the city, which costs around 6 Israeli Shekel. The cost for a taxi is around 90 Israeli Shekel during the day. A sherut, or shared taxi, costs around 62 Israeli Shekel

The best way to get around Tel Aviv is by bike. Many attractions are located fairly close to one another, making the city very walkable as well. Buses run frequently and offer an affordable way to get from around downtown Tel Aviv

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