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Tel Aviv is the second largest city in Israel and the largest metropolitan area. It is on the Mediterranean coast, about 60 km north-west of Jerusalem and some 100 km south of Haifa.
Get in by plane
Tel Aviv's main entry point for the international traveler is Ben Gurion International Airport. The airport is the hub for a number of airlines, most notably El Al. It's also one of the most secure airports in the world, given its location.
Even though the airport is called TLV it's not actually in Tel Aviv, but rather 15km away in the town of Lod. A further 20 minute drive is needed to get to Tel Aviv. This trip can be done by train, shuttle, or taxi from Ben Gurion airport. There is no bus to Tel Aviv from Ben Gurion.
Get around in Tel Aviv by bus
Tel Aviv has a modern, regular, cheap and widespread bus network run mostly by Dan. Bus services start at 05:00 and stop at midnight, though some of the lines stop earlier, so do check. There are night buses that run until 4:00. The app "Moovit" is of great help - displaying real time arrival time and a trip planner.
What to see in Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv is a big place, and these listings are just some highlights of things that you really should see if you can during your visit. The complete listings are found on each individual district page alongside many more things to see in each district.
Old Jaffa. located in Jaffa is a must-see for any visitor to Tel Aviv. This is the reputed point where Jonah boarded a ship and was later swallowed by a big fish. It is also one of the oldest ports in the world. Nearby is Jaffa´s famous Flea Market
Rabin Square. The biggest public square in Israel and site of PM Rabin's assassination in 1995 is in Central Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv Port - a commercial area in Northern Tel Aviv with bars and nightclubs
Jaffa's Railway Station a historic outdoor shopping area, Jaffa
Dizengoff Centre - Israel's most iconic shopping centre with a very lively food market every Thursday and Friday, Central Tel Aviv
Rothschild Boulevard - a lot of Bauhaus architecture, restaurants and cafes in Tel Aviv's prettiest street, Central Tel Aviv
Eretz-Israel Museum. in Northern Tel Aviv.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art. The biggest art museum in Central Tel Aviv.
Museum of the Jewish Diaspora
Bialik Square - a beautiful Bauhaus Square including the following museums:Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv in Central Tel Aviv, Bialik House, The Museum of Town History, Rubin Art Museum
Gutman Art Museum at Neve Tzedek