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As the only international airport in Israel, Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) welcomes you to a bustling metropolis along the Mediterranean Sea. Tel Aviv is a major hub for commerce, media, entertainment and sports in Israel. Ruins from ancient eras and modern buildings define the unique character of this city. Home to one of the most vibrant nightlife scenes in the Middle East, Tel Aviv is a fun destination for travelers.
Since Ben Gurion Airport is located in the outskirts of Tel Aviv, you'll want to pick up a rental car to drive into the city. Merge onto Highway 1 to navigate the Central District of Israel and reach major cities near Tel Aviv, such as Holon and Rishon Lezion.
At the Tel Aviv Savidor Central Railway Station, you can catch a commuter train. Sports fans can visit the Nokia Arena to cheer on Israel's best professional basketball teams, or take a seat at Bloomfield Stadium to watch a fierce derby between Tel Aviv's top soccer clubs. Escape the urban chaos of downtown Tel Aviv by heading to Yarkon Park.
The flight from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) takes at least 18 hours, as transfers at external airports are required. Worth the effort to get a true taste of Tel Aviv, try a fresh Pita bread that's stuffed with crispy Falafel.