Weather permitting - and that’s most of the year - spend a few hours at a Tel Aviv beach.
Rent a city bike for a few hours or a day. Lose yourself in the city and explore at your own pace.
Visit the biblical port city of Jaffa, an integral part of modern Tel Aviv – the interactive Visitors Center, modernized Jaffa Port, the famous flea market.
Wander through Tel Aviv’s outdoor Carmel Market for a cornucopia of sights, aromas and tastes, inexpensive clothing and more, and the ambience of the sing-song vendors.
On Tuesday or Friday, walk from the market to the Nahalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall, site of the Nahalat Binyamin Arts & Crafts Fair.
Explore gentrified Neve Tzedek, a 19th-century neighborhood founded even prior to Tel Aviv. Enjoy the architecture and the “vibe.”
Go on a Bauhaus tour of Tel Aviv and discover why Tel Aviv’s “White City” is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Indulge in hummus, falafel, shwarma at any of the dozens of Middle Eastern-style street-side eateries dotting the city, but also consider splurging on a gourmet meal in Tel Aviv, fast becoming an international gourmet mecca.
Discover Tel Aviv’s nightlife scene: most of the offerings are publicized in Hebrew, so ask for assistance from the hotel front desk.