Discover Tel Aviv in the artsy and cosmopolitan city, steeped with incredible history. A pilgrimage to Israel can be a life changer, with incredible culture and many religious sights. Find both peace and adventure in the fluctuation of city and nature. A once in a lifetime trip, experience Tel Aviv’s markets, landmarks, history, and holy areas.
Tel Aviv is lively and full of exciting things to do. See the Bauhaus buildings, featuring fantastic Bauhaus architecture that gives Tel Aviv its name of “The White City.” Head to the historic port of Jaffa (Yafo), one of the oldest harbours in the world, with an arabic heritage that goes back to biblical times. Now, you can enjoy the boardwalk with its bars, restaurants and shops — making it perfect for a summers night. The Wishing Bridge connects Jaffa to the HaPisgah Gardens, where you can see panoramic views of Tel Aviv. The Old City on Kedumim Square is a touristy spot with cafes, and the Franciscan St. Peter’s Church. Walk around the flea market, or pishpeshuk, where you can find boutiques and antiques. This vibrant area sells vintage clothes, but the shops are closed on Saturdays.
Although Tel Aviv is buzzing with sights, you can’t miss the opportunity to see the surrounding area. An hour away from Tel Aviv takes you on a veritable pilgrimage to Jerusalem. See the Old City, and the incredible sacred and timeless sites such as the limestone Western Wall. Visit the Holocaust Museum, Yad Vashem, to learn more about the history and horrific persecution of Jewish people. The museum is educational and heartbreaking, but a necessary trip. Take in the iconic glittering gold Dome of the Rock, an islamic shrine, and an architectural marvel. Two hours away from Tel Aviv will get you to Masada and the Dead Sea. The desert fortress of Masada is a plateau built into a mountain, where you can watch the sunrise — an incredible experience. From the high mountain, go down into the depths of the salty dead sea. Float for hours, and tick this trip off of your bucket list.
Tripping has thousands of rentals that you can book for your Tel Aviv adventure. New and chic hotels, or old and aesthetic houses can be yours for the duration of your trip. Northern Tel Aviv has scenic and wealthy suburbs, while the Centre is the busiest metropolitan area. Book a rental in Jaffa to stay in the port. Have a magical time!
Your first stop in Tel Aviv will probably be the Ben Gurion International Airport. Driving around Tel Aviv can be done, although with the hectic traffic and rush of busy freeways, the conditions can be rough. Regular bus routes run from early in the morning until midnight, with night buses running until 4am on some days. Sherut Taxis are minibuses that run regular routes, and cost about the same as a regular bus. Taxis are also accessible in Tel Aviv. The biking is delightful — you can find paths and bike rentals to help you get around.
Looking for a vacation rental in Tel Aviv? Tripping.com has 2844 rental homes available in Tel Aviv. Potential renters will find 36 studios, 1651 1-bedroom, 756 2-bedroom and 401 rentals with 3 or more bedrooms ranging from $25 a night to $10000 a night. Many of these properties are instantly bookable.
The average price of a nightly rental in Tel Aviv is $221 while the average price of a weekly rental is $1290. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Tel Aviv home is $4806.
Wondering if you can bring your favorite dog or cat with you? We have 133 pet friendly vacation rentals available for you. In addition to accommodating pets, Tel Aviv rentals offer a variety of amenities. In particular, 2416 rentals have internet and wifi, 1883 have TV and/or cable and 179 have a pool or hot tub.Search properties from 10 rental sites in Tel Aviv where the top providers in that area are TripAdvisor, Booking.com, and HomeAway. There are 894 TripAdvisor rentals, 761 Booking.com short term rentals and 636 HomeAway vacation rentals.