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Reviewed on Oct 31, 2019
Reviewed on Dec 31, 2018
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|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jan 27|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Jan 27|
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Drive yourself to Miami International Airport (MIA) taking either 826 or 836, and park in an onsite or offsite accessible lot. Catch some Z's while in air if you can, as flights usually last for nearly 14 hours. Upon landing at Tel Aviv Yafo Ben Gurion International (TLV), take the train or a shuttle to get to city center.
Explore Tel Aviv's coast with a stop at The Tayelet; a three-mile long stretch of beach featuring numerous places to sit and watch the tide lap up onto the shore. Take a moment to stroll through Jaffa; an ancient city south of Tel Aviv that has roots tracing back to biblical times, or you can study art at Tel Aviv Art Museum. For an uncommon look at Israel's military history, visit Palmach Museum. Before you leave, shop in Carmel Market. This market is the city's largest and is the place to find everything from delectable edibles to souvenirs.
Stay in The White City for a beautiful and culturally significant accommodation location. This neighborhood was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003. If you like a slow and relaxed pace, stay in Neve Tzedek.
The climate in Tel Aviv is temperate year round. Visit from November to February if you dislike the heat, as temperatures are in typically in the mid-50s during this time. If you aren't bothered by the warmth, then visit June through October.