Popular Lettings in Tel Aviv
Highlights in Tel Aviv
- Take a trip to the White City
- The Rabin Square
- Nightlife at the Great Synagogue
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Tel Aviv
Looking to spend your trip in a lovely holiday rental in Tel Aviv? In the north of Tel Aviv, you will get calm neighbourhoods with beautiful rentals and excellent seaside views ready to host you for the holidays. These lettings are home to luxuries such gyms, quality nightlife and high-end shopping stalls. In the centre, you'll find holiday rentals along the coast and near historical sites like in the Jaffa area. Alternatively, you can opt for areas near green parks like HaYarkon and enjoy the closeness to nature.Holiday lettings of all sizes
An excellent holiday rental in Tel Aviv depends on your travel needs as well as your taste and preferences. Regardless of the number of travellers involved, there are spacious furnished holiday lettings for everyone. Whether travelling alone, with family, pets or friends. Most of these holiday rentals have maximum privacy with world-class amenities installed in them. For example, you can have a private pool or house away from the crowd if you like. They are also secure and have luxuries such as washing machines, their own kitchen and unlimited internet.
Holidays in Tel Aviv
The area and getting around
North of Tel Aviv is the most opulent area in Tel Aviv and a hub of miles of sandy beaches. The beaches are less crowded, unlike some areas in the south and central Tel Aviv. Hof HaTzuk cliff beach is among the most luxurious beaches in the area and a familiar spot for celebrities. There are charming cafes, studio gyms and good jewel shops along the beach. Also, you'll have a chance to indulge in water sports like windsurfing at the Mediterranean Sea.Jaffa old town and port (historical Tel Aviv)
Jaffa ancient city is one of the most suitable places to learn about the history of Israel. For example, you can stroll in the narrow alleys of the twelve signs. Number 12 in the Jewish culture has a religious significance -the 12 clans that profess the Jewish faith. Do you fancy shopping? Your guide will show you the best stalls to check out and the best items to buy. While in the city you can head to the port and have a treat of fresh fish.
Travellers and activities
Family travels are exciting but hectic if you can't find suitable destinations for kids. On the other hand, it has to be a place where adults can indulge in other activities as the kids play. Such a perfect destination to visit is the Neot Kedumim Biblical Nature Reserve. The site covers 265 acres of land showcasing life in biblical Israel. Here, you'll have an opportunity to explore the various kinds of flora and fauna as well as agriculture and the culture of the ancient Israelites.Tel Aviv for history lovers
If you are an history enthusiast, then Tel Aviv is the place to be. You will explore great places such as the Beit Bialik Museum, that features the development of Tel Aviv in ancient times. It houses 94 books authored by Bialik and translated into 28 languages. Bialik is a famous Israeli poet whose house and personal library is a museum now. The tour will add more value, especially if you read Bialik's poetry.
Tel Aviv has the largest dog cemetery in the world with reserved places for dogs.
Top 5 travel tips in Tel Aviv
Whether you're looking for meaty burgers, sandwiches, or the tasty Bourekas, Carmel Market doesn't disappoint. You'll also find fresh vegetables and fruits at fair prices.2. Go to the Photo House
If you fancy history and photography, then you ought to check out Photo House that features beautiful old pictures of Israel and Tel Aviv, worth buying. The building is just a few minutes' walk from Carmel Market and cool for photography and history enthusiasts.3. Relax at Hayarkon Park
The place you should hang around is Hayarkon Park, the most abundant green space in Tel Aviv. You can do picnics, and bike rides with friends or family around the Park.4. Watch sunsets at the beach promenade
Relax after a long day of exploring monuments and road trips by gazing at the sea along the beach promenade. There are shops, cafes and you can stay and watch the sun disappear as you take a lazy walk.5. Discover Tel Aviv Port
Naman (port of Tel Aviv) is the most preferred place for nightlife in Tel Aviv. There are high-end bars where you can spend the night partying. Besides it is a great place to do shopping in sophisticated fashion and cultural shops.
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