Flights to Tel Aviv (TLV)
Welcome to one of the youngest and most vibrant cities of Israel! Tel Aviv is a city that perfectly blends East and West, modern and traditional.
Book your flight to Tel Aviv with Cyprus Airways and expect to discover busy street markets, gorgeous beaches, modern nightlife and classic-UNESCO listed Bauhaus Architecture.
Visit the nearby town of Jaffa, the second oldest port city in the world, take a relaxing stroll through the neighbourhood of Neve Tzedek, experience Tel Aviv’s youthful side in the super-hip Florentin. Options are endless in this city that never sleeps!
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Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Visit Israel’s largest art museum displaying the works of both Israeli and international artists including impressionism and post-impressionism. The impressive gallery at this modern ‘envelope’ style building hosts the works of Renoir, Gauguin, Degas, Pissarro, Monet, Picasso, Cézanne, Van Gogh, Vuillard, Matisse, Soutine and Chagall.
Jaffa is one the oldest harbours in the world, once used as the disembarkation point for pilgrims to the Holy Land. This is the port where the famous Jaffa Oranges were stored and exported worldwide. Today, Old Jaffa Port is a popular place filled with bars, fish restaurants, shops and cafes that gets very busy on summer evenings, when people can enjoy free entertainment, visit shops and galleries.
Jaffa Flea Market
One of the highlights of Jaffa port is the Jaffa Flea Market. Discover interesting boutiques, street stalls selling vintage clothes, objects and furniture. The flea market itself is open Sunday to Thursday 10am to 6pm and Friday 10am to 2pm.
The largest authentic Middle-Eastern style shuk in Tel Aviv! Crowded and noisy, colours and smells all combine to make the Carmel Market a favourite place for everyone, tourists and locals. Here you can buy everything: from designer accessories to the freshest fruit and vegetables, cheese and freshly baked bread.
One of the oldest and prettiest districts in Tel Aviv is Neve Tzedek. Artistic, romantic and cosy, here you can stroll through the narrow streets filled with Bauhaus-style houses, cafes and trendy galleries, boutique shops and restaurants.
A very popular beach for locals and tourists, located to the south of the Marina well equipped with sun loungers, beach restaurants, shops, an outdoor gym and a salt water pool. Gordon Beach will surely satisfy every need!
The green lung of Tel Aviv, Park HaYarkon is what Central Park is to New York. The 3.5-sq-km park is filled with activities for everyone including basketball courts, a skate park, rock climbing and trampolines.