Cheap tickets to Tel Aviv

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Last minute flights to Tel Aviv

Departure Wed, 27 Sep Return Thu, 12 Oct
ORY Paris
TLV Tel Aviv
return from 164€
Departure Thu, 05 Oct Return Fri, 13 Oct
OTP Bucharest
TLV Tel Aviv
return from 75€
Departure Tue, 03 Oct Return Mon, 09 Oct
AMS Amsterdam
TLV Tel Aviv
return from 214€
Departure Tue, 17 Oct Return Thu, 19 Oct
LCA Larnaca
TLV Tel Aviv
return from 94€
Popular flight routes to Tel Aviv
Paris - Tel Aviv
return from 185€
Bucharest - Tel Aviv
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Amsterdam - Tel Aviv
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Budapest - Tel Aviv
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Berlin - Tel Aviv
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London - Tel Aviv
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Tel Aviv holidays

Tel Aviv sights and attractions

Tel Aviv, also known as the "Hill of the Spring", is Israel's cultural hub. With much of the city built during the 20th century, it is a modern, cosmopolitan city that boasts a myriad of attractions and beachfront hotels, as well as a thriving arts and foodie scene. Visitors can simply kick back on the city's sun-soaked beaches and people watch, embrace the city's cultural side or refuel on fine dining or local delicacies. When the sun sets, the city's animated night scene comes alive, with stylish locals and tourists alike bar-hopping or sipping drinks overlooking the waterfront.

What to do in Tel Aviv

No matter what kind of holiday you are looking for, Tel Aviv's climate and beachfront location makes it an ideal vacation spot, while you can learn about Israeli history at the Eretz Israel Museum and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Travelers wishing to take a break from the sea and the sand can head off a little ways south to visit the historical streets of Old Jaffa – one of the oldest areas of Tel Aviv.

During your stay in Tel Aviv, be sure to:

  • Soak up the sun on one of Tel Aviv's golden beaches
  • Walk through downtown Tel Aviv to the southern district of Old Jaffa, home to ancient relics and lively markets
  • See artwork by Van Gogh, Henry Moore and Picasso to name a few at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art
  • Sit in an arty café and sip coffee in the Neve Tzedek Quarter, one of the city's oldest neighborhoods
  • Shop for fresh produce in the Carmel Market next to the vibrant old Yemenite Quarter
  • Sip a drink overlooking the gleaming waterfront of Tel Aviv's old port area
  • Visit Beit Hatefutsoth (the Diaspora Museum) to gain insight into the life and culture of the Jewish people throughout the ages
  • Try some Israeli street food such as falafel, hummus or shawarma
  • Embrace your wild side and dance until the sun comes up at one of Tel Aviv's underground clubs
  • Enjoy some unique retail therapy at the HaTachana, a historic train station converted into a hip shopping centre
Tel Aviv

Airports in Tel Aviv

Passengers flying to Tel Aviv will land at Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport (or Ben Gurion Airport). As the country's largest and busiest airport, it is Israel's and Tel Aviv's main international gateway and premier airport.

  • Ben Gurion International Airport

    Top Carriers

    A number of major airlines offer cheap flights to Tel Aviv including: Israir Airlines, Arkia Israeli Airlines and El Al.

    Location

    Ben Gurion International Airport is located approximately 12 miles from the city centre.

    Transportation

    Passengers driving can reach the city centre via the Highway 1 Jerusalem-Tel Aviv Highway. There are also a train and bus services running from the airport to a variety of locations across the country. The most convenient way to travel to the city centre is by taxi, which can be picked up outside the terminal building.