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Discover Tel Aviv, The Mediterranean Capital of Cool

Beach, Cuisine, Culture

Tel Aviv was named the Mediterranean Capital of Cool by the New York times. Israel's cultural and commercial capital is 24 hours of culture, events, nightlife and beaches.

Feature / Location

On the Mediterranean coast / 40km away from Jerusalem

Currency

New Israeli Shekel / NIS

Weather

Warm Mediterranean Climate / Warm dry summers and wet wild winters

Time Zone

Israel Standard Time IST / GMT +2

Airports

Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport / TLV

Activities

Dead Sea, The Knesset Rose Gardens

Tel Aviv, a cosmopolitan city in the middle east that is exciting, diverse and enigmatic. The city is laid back and hustle and bustle at the same time. Whether you want to sunbathe at one of the many beautiful beaches, explore many of the cultural sights or spend your evenings at a hip and trendy nightclub it's all possible in this amazing city. It's also very LGBT friendly with a big vibrant community and hosts its own Gay Pride every year in June.

What Is Tel Aviv Best Known For?

Tel Aviv is best known for its Culture, nightlife and beaches.

  • Beach
  • Cuisine
  • Culture

Beach

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Banana Beach

Banana Beach is a relaxed chilled out location perfect for those wanting to sit back and read a book whilst soaking up the sun. A chilled-out atmosphere awaits anyone that visits one of the southernmost beaches of the city. The beach has a couple of restaurants to enjoy the scenic views with a nice relaxing drink whilst the sunsets over the Tel Aviv skyline. For those who want to keep up to date with the sports the Beach café shows the big sporting events on a big screen.

Bograshov Beach

Bograshov Beach is popular for being in the centre of things. The waters are calm compared to other beaches so great for families or those who like to enjoy a swim. The beach is open all year round and has great views of the sea and the Tel Aviv architecture. The best time to visit is during the week as weekends can be crowded at any time of the year. The beach has activities such as paddle boarding and Yoga classes for those that are a bit more energetic.

Gordon Beach

Gordon Beach is famous for being the physical activity beach of the city, with a fantastic gym and members only swimming pool (day passes are available). The beach has a volleyball court and sports equipment for rent. Very popular throughout the warmer months so please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

Cuisine

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Cholent

Cholent, a traditional stew cooked for lengthy periods is influenced from Eastern European cuisine usually cooked on a Friday, before the Jewish Sabbath. The stew is usually cooked with beans, barley and seasonings, a great hearty meal and must be tried at a traditional restaurant.

Falafel

One of the favorites is falafel that was brought to Israel as a street food by immigrants made with Fava beans flavored with herbs and coated in hummus paste or tahini dip. A delightful taste that will activate your tastebuds.

Skewered goose liver

If you want something specific to Tel Aviv then make sure to ask for Skewered goose liver, seasoned with salt, pepper and other spices like nutmeg, cumin and paprika that really bring out the flavors of the dish and grilled to give a succulent taste.

Culture

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Azrieli Observatory

Azrieli Observatory is the perfect place to get a stunning view of the Tel Aviv skyline. The observatory is the highest in the Middle East and located in one of the first skyscrapers to be built in Tel Aviv.

Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Tel Aviv Museum of Art opened in 1932 and a new wing was added in 2011. The museum hosts an impressive collection of exhibits from both Israeli and International artists. They have both permanent and temporary exhibits so if you’ve been to Tel Aviv and the museum before it's worth a second visit to check out new temporary exhibits. The permanent exhibits include the works of Cezanne, Chagall, Dali, Monet, Henri Moore, Auguste Rodin, Archipenko, Picasso, Klimt, and Kandinsky. The new building that was opened in 2011 is said to be an architectural masterpiece and renowned to be one of the best pieces of Tel Aviv Architecture. A must to add to your Tel Aviv to-do list.

The Old City of Jaffa

The Old City of Jaffa, the oldest port city on the Mediterranean coast dating back to the 15th century BC. The old city is famous for its narrow winding roads and ancient houses. The old city is home to some great art galleries and studios. A perfect place to enjoy a stroll around mysterious alleyways, colourful street walls of the Floretin the hipster quarter, local parks, and visit historical landmarks.

Cities with direct flights to Tel Aviv

Corendon Airlines connects you with direct flights to Tel Aviv from Nuremburg, Germany. Flights Direct to Tel Aviv run from the spring twice a week through to Autumn with Corendon Airlines. Tel Aviv holidays are very popular and this great route Nuremburg to Tel Aviv gives easy access to The Mediterranean Capital of Cool.

Plan your whole trip to Tel Aviv

Cheap flight tickets to Tel Aviv

Corendon Airlines offer cheap flight tickets to Tel Aviv through the Corendon Airlines Tel Aviv flight ticket deals page, on the website or mobile app. When planning your Tel Aviv flights, we recommend ensuring you have enough time to fully enjoy this amazing city. Being flexible with your dates can assist you in securing the cheapest flight deals to Tel Aviv. The first few weeks of June are very popular in the city as this coincides with Tel Aviv Gay Pride where flight tickets can get booked up quickly so booking in advance for this time period is important. Tel Aviv flight time from Nuremberg is 4 hrs and 25 minutes. A tip when booking your flight ticket with Corendon Airlines to Tel Aviv is to pre book your flight seats, inflight meal and extra kilos when booking your ticket to get the best prices for your additional services.

Accommodation in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv has a varied choice of accommodations for you to stay no matter what your budgets or tastes. There's everything from Tel Aviv apartments, 5* chain hotels such as Hilton or mid style Boutique hotels. The city is easy to get around with buses and bikes being the popular choice. Depending on what you want to explore in the city will depend on where you stay in the city. The areas we recommend to stay are; Jaffa, Neve Tzedek, Florentin and Tayelet, Jaffa for all the culture and history lovers although not in Tel Aviv they are joined and can be walked easily. Neve Tzedek is an excellent area to explore for the shopaholics amongst us and those who love boutiques and art galleries. Florentine is great for those that want to enjoy some of the nightlife the city has on offer. Lev Ha'ir literally translated as ''heart of the city'' is a great place to stay to be in the centre of everything and close to all the places you would want to visit. Accommodation especially in the summer months can get booked up in advance as the city is not only popular with international tourists but a first choice for many local tourists. We recommend booking accommodation in advance especially for the first two weeks of June when the city hosts Tel Aviv Gay Pride and the city is generally full. Booking your flight with Corendon Airlines and your accommodation early will help you help secure cheap deals in Tel Aviv

Airport and Transportation

The largest and busiest international airport in Israel. Ben Gurion Airport is also known as Tel Aviv Airport and referred to by its Hebrew acronym Natbag. The Airport is 20km from the centre of Tel Aviv and handles around 25 million passengers per year through their two terminals. The most efficient ways to get to and from Tel Aviv airport is by train. The Train from the airport travels to various different cities in Israel. The train station is in terminal 3 on level S, if you are travelling into Terminal 1 there is a free shuttle service between the two terminals that run every 15 minutes. You must purchase a ticket from the machines outside of the station. The Trains to the centre run every 20 minutes. Trains do not run on the Shabbat, Saturday. Taxis are located outside of the arrival's hall and an easy way to reach your hotel. Top tip for using taxis is to ensure the meter is switched on or agree to a price before you get in the vehicle. Please note that Saturdays will be charged at a premium rate. Car rental companies are available at the airport with many international companies.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Tel Aviv

How long does it take to fly from Nuremberg to Tel Aviv?

It takes 4 hrs 25 minutes.

Is the flight from Nuremberg to Tel Aviv direct?

Yes, all Corendon Airlines flights are direct.

What is Tel Aviv shopping like?

Tel Aviv is great for shopping and has many Shopping centres, outlets and markets

What's the best way to get from the airport to my hotel?

The most convenient way Is by taxi. Make sure you ask for the metre at the airport to be switched on.

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