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Tel Aviv
Israel’s Tel Aviv is a young city, with a modern and diverse population full of surprises. The beautiful Bauhaus architecture internationally recognised by UNESCO has given rise to its nickname ‘The White City’. Book your cheap flights to Tel Aviv and marvel at the array of culture on view, from the Haaretz Museum to the Carmel Market. Netflights helps you to find the best deals on flights to Tel Aviv by allowing you to be flexible with your dates, searching with all major airlines and all combinations of indirect flights and direct flights. View results in ‘Best Price by Airline’ to ensure the best Tel Aviv flights for you.

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Visit the old city

Tel Aviv’s historical treasures can be found in Jaffa. Book last minute flights to Tel Aviv in 2024 / 2025 to simply wander through the enchanting alleyways and make it your mission to discover your own favourite secret restaurants and shops. You can reach Old Jaffa by walking along the Tel Aviv promenade in about twenty minutes. Take time to take in the old port, where old warehouses are slowly being transformed into new workshops, galleries and restaurants.

Visit the markets

There are so many markets in Tel Aviv, each with their own charm, like the Nahalat Binyamin Crafts Market. Here you will find a multitude of stalls selling amazing handmade goods. There are paintings, ornaments, leather goods and more, so make sure to leave enough space in your luggage to squeeze in some bargains for your return flight home.

Sample the cuisine

Once you’ve booked your cheap flights to Tel Aviv, look forward to enjoying a feast of flavours. From the ultra-hip restaurant and bar Port Sa’id, to the flavourful and fresh sea-food on offer at Old Man and the Sea, to the most amazing hummus at middle-eastern cuisine eatery Ali Caravan, there is very good food to savour around every corner.

When to go

Dates that coincide with Jewish holidays will usually bring higher prices on Tel Aviv flights, particularly in March/April, and September/October. These are peak holiday times in Israel and also the busiest. Check for last minute flights on Netflights for bargains at this time of year.
Summer temperatures average around 28°C, perfect for beach activities. If you’d prefer to see the sites when it’s a little more comfortable, the best times to book your flights to Tel Aviv are in spring and autumn. Temperatures average at a very pleasant 20°C.
To see Tel Aviv in full flow, book your Tel Aviv flights in March/April to coincide with Passover, or September/October for Rosh Hashanah. If you like amazing floral displays, book your Tel Aviv flights in spring and you won’t be disappointed.

Airports and airlines

Tel Aviv’s popularity as a tourist destination has grown in recent years. As a result, the number of flights into Israel’s largest airport, Ben Gurion, has also increased. To ensure that you are presented with the best value flights, select ‘flexible dates’ when conducting your search on Netflights. The cheapest days to fly are shown to ensure you can keep within budget.

Ben Gurion Airport

Ben Gurion is located 12 miles south east of the city. Its two passenger terminals receive direct flights from London Heathrow with British Airways, EasyJet and El Al Airline. Alternatively, indirect flights can be booked easily through Turkish Airlines, Atlas Air and Air France. View more flights to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport.

Getting around the airport

The airport is large, but it has many escalators and moving walkways to help you get around faster. There is also a free shuttle bus to transport you between terminals 1 and 3. It runs frequently throughout the day.

Getting to the city from the airport

There are a number of transport options to take from the airport into Tel Aviv. The airport is very close to a motorway which goes straight to the city. As a result, you can opt for a direct public bus service, or take a train from the station. The station is located in the lower level of Terminal 3; it will take you about 20 minutes to reach the city centre from there. If you’d prefer the flexibility of a car, there are numerous car hire agencies to choose from. A free shuttle bus will take you from the terminal building to the car parks.

Don’t forget before you fly

If you are a British citizen you won’t need a visa to enter Israel as a tourist. However, you will be granted leave to enter when you arrive, for a period of up to three months, and given an entry card. Make sure to keep it until you leave as it acts as proof that you have entered the country legally.
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