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Yordei Hasira 3, Tel Aviv New Port Zone, Tel Aviv, 63508, Israel
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Transportation within Tel Aviv

by marcus314

Hi all!

I will be visiting Tel Aviv next week and was wondering how easy it is to get around various tourist attractions by public transport? What does Tel Aviv have to offer in that aspect?

Thank you so much

Re: Transportation within Tel Aviv

by rdglady

Public transportation in Tel Aviv is plentiful. There are buses and there are sherut ( min-vans which run along some of the same bus routes) Personally, I have also done a huge amount of walking while in Tel Aviv. This gives me an opportunity to just feel the vibes of the city and window shop. Make sure to visit the Tel Aviv tourist office at 46 Herbert Samuel Street. ( on the Tel Aviv Promenade, corner of 2 Guela Street) They have a huge amount of information--very detailed maps, suggestions for walking tours, list of free tours, bus lines etc. etc. They also have a website www.visit-tlv.com

Re: Transportation within Tel Aviv

by orix

Walk whenever you can, its a small city. Otherwise, bus or minbus.

Re: Transportation within Tel Aviv

by marcus314

Thank you all very much for the feedback! :)

Re: Transportation within Tel Aviv

by gezergirl

Busses run until midnight-1 a.m., and stop from Fri. afternoon (around 4:30) until Sat. afternoon. You can still catch the sherut minivans, which operate 24/7, but not for all the lines.
As for attractions: there's the beach, of course, and also the Tel Aviv museum, where youcan see some Israeli art.In that compound you will also find the opera house & municipal theater, which aren't an attraction on their own, but you might catch a good concert' jazz performance or dance. There's the museum of natural history (museum Eretz Israel), which has archeology.
But really, what Tel Aviv is best at is sunbathing, eating & drinking in the many restaurants, bars & clubs.
Enjoy!

Re: Transportation within Tel Aviv

by mariaschmidt

Hi
transportation in Tel Aviv is quite easy by buses or taxis - you can
look at the transportation tips in www.telaviv4fun.com/transportation

have fun

Mary

Travel Tips for Tel Aviv-Yafo

Go to the beach! Enjoy...

by sandravdp

Go to the beach! Enjoy yourself, go swimming or sunbading if you like. The waves are sometimes a big strong, but not dangerous. The water is nice and warm. Bring a long a bottle of water or sodapop, you will need it. It's very hot and you have to make sure you drink enough. Also bring strong suncream.

Emanuel Lutheran Church

by Bregman

There are several Catholic churches in Jaffa, but there is only one Lutheran church (I know of). It's located in place called the American Colony on the border between Tel-Aviv and Jaffa. The church was built by German Templars in the end of the 19th century. The address is 15 Hoffman street. Just go on Eilat street and turn left at number 13. It's open daily, except on Mondays, between 9:00-13:00.

One for the ladies.

by angelis

If you want to get chatted up by a lovely Israeli man the best place to go is Tel Aviv beach. See how long you can sit there ( alone or with a group of female friends) before an Israeli guy comes over.
The international chat up line is " What's your name, how old are you, where you come from?"
These guys...lovely as they are with their all over tans and six packs... are EXTREMELY persistent. Personally, I never took them up on their offers of a night on the town. I usually came down to the beach, alone, with a book to catch some peace and quiet or recover from a hangover with a swim and a snooze under one of the giant parasols. If you are not interested the best thing is to completely ignore him. With a shrug he'll give up and go away...eventually.(and probably onto the next girl along the beach.) If you don't think you can be this rude, wait until he has stretched himself out catlike and graceful next to you, showing his pecs off to their best advantage, then get up and walk away. If he has any sense of male pride he shouldn't follow. If he does...well don't say I didn't warn you.

Some girls I knew dated these guys and had a great time all for the price of a halfhearted attempt for a sh*g at the end of it. A couple of girls had not so good experiences. Some went on to have brief flings and lots of fun.

Taking my tongue out of my cheek I must say I did meet some very nice Israeli's (elsewhere than the beach and travellers bars) who just wanted to chat about me, (not an altogether unpleasant experience) or share insights into Israeli culture.

The choices and chances are all yours. Goodluck.

Leaving it late

by mafi_moya

Tel Aviv is famous throughout Israel as a 24 hour city, where people are just going out at the time people in the rest of the country are going to bed. At night things don't really get going until about midnight. At 10 or 11pm the streets are fairly quiet and some clubs don't even open until 12.

Goldstar:

by Gili_S

This is a local beer:
Goldstar:
Brewed since 1950 in Israel

4.9 % alc. vol.

A Munich-style beer.
Goldstar Beer was winning gold medals
at the international Mondselection competition.

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