Tel Aviv is the most suitable destination for early summer travel. Favorable temperatures, holiday costs well below other high season touring countries, high-quality beaches and available activities are just some of the reasons for this success.
Spring and autumn are accessible seasons to visit Tel Aviv. Summer, although it is the peak season, remains the most popular period of the year in terms of tourism, as most Europeans opt for the coast of the Mediterranean Sea of Israel. Besides the beaches and the Mediterranean coast, another reason to choose Tel Aviv is the significant historic value and abundant cultural heritage of this city. One of its major tourist attractions is the White City, which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2003.
CNN recommends exploring the city, allowing visitors to admire more than 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings. The recommendations also include Casa Bialik, the former home of the national poet Hayyim Nahman Bialik, now transformed into a museum. For more relaxing activities, such as shopping and tasting local food, the Jaffa Market and the Carmel Market are the favorite places for tourists and locals alike. Temperatures vary between 20 and 27 degrees Celsius, and among the most popular beaches CNN lists: Bograshov Beach for Fun and Mezizim Beach for Relaxation. Starting in 2017, Israel’s Tourism Ministry has focused its efforts on promoting Tel Aviv and Jerusalem as two city break destinations in one holiday, offering multicultural experiences, intense nightlife, gourmet delights and opportunities for tourism venture.
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