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Take a holiday in Tel Aviv and experience the pleasures that bring tourists back year after year. Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV)[/strong] is the first-stop for most international travellers. It is the main hub for El Al, Israel's national airline company. From London, catch cheap flights to Tel Aviv onboard EasyJet.
Tel Aviv is a popular destination year-round but it's in summer that the city really heats up and the beaches get crowded. If you're visiting then, best to book your flights to Tel Aviv 3-4 months in advance to find the best fares. Winters are quieter but no less pleasant.
Direct flights to Tel Aviv take 4 hours 55 minutes from London.
The second largest city in Israel, many people visit the Mediterranean coastline of Tel Aviv for a variety of reasons. There is so much to do in this Israeli city. Whether you want to take in the city's cultural aspects or spend all your time taking dips in the sea. The city is so laid-back, every day seems like a weekend!
Beaches: The beach is the place to be on a sunny afternoon. Be warned though, many travellers have drowned in Tel Aviv due to the heavy currents of the Med. Only use beaches with lifeguards and watch out for jellyfish!
Nightlife: You'll find a hopping nightlife here and Tel Aviv is the capital of casual and the capital of cool, it's the night club capital of the Middle East! Get your boogie on and throw your favourite dance moves on the floor to just about any type of music for dancing shoes yearn for.
Shopping: If you're here to shop, then Sheinken Street is calling your name. It's the trendiest place in the city to shop, shop, shop! Find everything from designer sunglasses to the latest in imported bikinis from South America.
Find more information on Visit Tel Aviv.
There is no shortage of hotels in Tel Aviv. You'll find large chain hotels along the beachfront with excellent views. Hotels are cheaper in the city centre though, as well as in south Tel Aviv.