Israel is a country with thousands of years of history, which has also perfectly grasped modernity. Its capital city, Tel Aviv, is the most populous and is likely to be your arrival point.
With a Tel Aviv Airport transfer from AtoB, you can be sure to start and end your trip in hassle-free. You can get from Ben Gurion Airport to your accommodation conveniently in a comfortable and affordable cab.
What sets AtoB apart is its wide range of vehicles and handy add-ons, such as child seats and complimentary meet-and-greet service.
So what is there to see and do in Tel Aviv? From the best beaches to amazing museums and street markets, we’ll cover it all.
Take a stroll or bike ride (they love bikes in Tel Aviv) through this busy area. With beautiful architecture dating back to the early 20th century and lots of greenery, as well as some enormous skyscrapers, you can spend the day enjoying the combination of old and new on this boulevard.
There are also lots of cafes and restaurants, meaning you can sit and unwind there for lunch (although it can get a little pricey). For the utmost convenience, you can book an AtoB cab to the square from your accommodation, or even get your airport transfer directly to the boulevard, and hit the ground running.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art opened in 1932 and houses an impressive selection of temporary and permanent artworks. It showcases the art of both Israeli and International artists, with popular permanent exhibits including the work of Dali, Monet, Auguste Rodin, and even Picasso. A new wing was opened in 2011, which has been described as looking like an “elongated Rubik’s cub”, so it is definitely worth a look if only to verify whether this description is true.
Due to long queues, it is recommended to arrive early. With an AtoB airport taxi, you can efficiently get to the museum on time, without having to wait at the airport gate.
Old City of Jaffa
This port has been around since 1800 BCE, with legends stating that it was created by one of the sons of Noah after the Flood. In the modern day, it is the site for a number of parades, as well as having both churches and mosques. Considered to be one of the main tourist attractions in Tel Aviv, you can get here by airport taxi and find restaurants, art galleries, theatres, museums and nightclubs.
A wise word of advice: reserve an airport transfer with child seats in order to get your whole family here easily.
Carmel Market is an outdoor marketplace, located a stone’s toss away from the coastline. It is open daily except the Shabbat (Saturday). Pick up anything from spices to clothes, even electronics. Simple in layout, the market spans a number of streets. It is dotted with traditional sellers, as well as boutique sellers (having emerged in recent years). Keep in mind that, as is the case for many markets, haggling is considered standard practice. So, never settle for the initial price, and always try to get the best deal.
With all the souvenirs you will likely buy from the market, booking an airport taxi with AtoB will be your most convenient option for transporting all the spice and beans back to your hotel.
Givat Aliya Beach
Givat Aliya Beach is south of Old Jaffa. Go down a few steps to a gorgeous beach, with stunning views, perfect for a lazy day. The waves can get a little intense sometimes, although most of the time they are quite mild.
The promenade above the beach is also worth a visit. With both Jewish and Arab Israelis hanging out there, it is an interesting way to see the local youth of the city in a common setting.
Tel Aviv Nightlife
Tel Aviv is renowned for its heaving nightlife scene offering a blend of modern, high-end cocktails bars, as well as traditional pubs, bars and nightclubs, especially in Old Jaffa.
On the off chance that you have one too many snifters of Arak (the national drink of Israel), booking an airport transfer cab will carefully get you back to your hotel.
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