Sun Aviv Hotel

9A Montifiori St., Tel Aviv, 65252, Israel
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Forum Posts

Weather in Israel

by ctv

A few of my friends will come to Israel in march for 2 weeks. Can you tell me how the weather is in Israel in march ? What clothes should they take with them ?

Re: Weather in Israel

by unaS

March is a border month. It can still be winter or it can be spring - and on the same day! A jacket is definitely recommended. It is still raining, so a rain jacket or umbrella is suggested.

It will also depend on what part of the country they are visiting. The coastal plains are warmer. The south is warm in the day and can still be quite cool in the evenings.

Jerusalem and the north are still pretty cool.
Right now it is rainy and cool: Jerusalem - 59F-61F (15-16C), Tel Aviv - 61F-72F (16-22C)

Warm and cool are subjective, so I suggest that you check out the exact average temps for the areas that they are interested in here:

Click on the name of the city and then scroll down to below History&Almanac and click the "Seasonal Weather Averages" e.g. for Jerusalem on 7 March here:

Welcome and enjoy!

Re: Weather in Israel

by mariaschmidt

March is a great time to travel in Israel as the weather is simply lovely. Not too hot so you can walk easily but also somedays are warm enough for the beach. In the south, in Eilat or at the Dead Sea you can definetely get a suntan :-)


Travel Tips for Tel Aviv-Yafo

Tel Aviv-Yafo Tip

by John195123

I don't remember the name of the street, but we walked along it after we had dropped our stuff at the hotel.

Update: The name of the road is Hayarkon. Thanks to Tamirros for this info! Or maybe it's Dizengoff Street.

We walked, looking around for a good restaurant. The road paralleled the coast. Once we found a good native restaurant, we sat and ate, of course, then went on exploring Tel Aviv for the remaining afternoon.

The promenade

by Carmela71

The promenade or "Tayelet" in Hebrew or also we can call it an outside fitness centre for Tel Aviv people lol

The promenade goes from the old port to the old Jaffa port, more than 5 km.

You will pass the hotel area and cross lots of people doing jogging... not kidding seriously lol

Just along the beach this...

by ClaesDenmark

Just along the beach this fantastic center is placed. Full of life and activities all day long. A number of good restaurants are inside this center. Outside there is an amazingly springwater that is so beautiful to watch day as night.

Dont worry, but buy cigaretes on friday

by ranishere

Tel Aviv is a very secular city. You wont have any problems finidng open restraunts and "Pitsusiot" (kiosks). But if youre not staying in the center or around you might want to stack up on smokes and other must-haves. Note that most places (except restraunts) close early on Friday and open Saturday eve.

Packing List

by angelis

It is a good idea to bring a small rucksack, or easy to carry bag, to take to the beach or walks around the area. Carrying a massive rucksack under a hot sun? Not my idea of fun. ( I know I tried it !) From March-April to about October Tel Aviv is hot hot hot. It can get cold along the seafront in the early hours of the morning though.
The winter I spent there was quite wet, windy and cold.
My usual tip for any travel is bring light clothes that you can layer, a far more effective way to deal with hot and cold extremes.
FOOTWear; flip-flops or sandals for the beach, but bring what is most comfortable for you to walk in. (Boots or trainers I mean) especially if you are travelling on a budget. Some of Tel Aviv's streets are unbelievably long. Your hostel may be at one end of Allenby St. and the restaurant you want to visit at the other end of neighbouring street Ben Yehuda. Doesn't sound far does it? It's about an hours walk and that's if you're not looking at the shops. You can buy most things in Tel Aviv, although it can be expensive. Sunscreen may be a good idea to bring. Pharmacists are well informed and can sell you most stuff over the counter, including anti-biotics if you really need them, and the contraceptive pill. All such equipment is available here, I seem to remember it was a bit more expensive than at home. If you are on a budget, it is possible to sleep outside in the Parks or on the Beach. Although you may get woken up by drunken Russians in the park on the way to Jaffa.
A tractor smooths the sand on the Beach every morning about 6 am, so make sure you are not sleeping in its path. I also found that some of the staff from Planet Hollywood took great delight in chasing us off some mornings.
As the early hours get cold and misty a sleeping bag is a good idea. A camping stove isn't a neccessity as most hostels have a small kitchen or microwaves available Although hostels will provide you with bedding, some are not very clean. If you are likely to be using the cheaper hostels and can carry the extra weight, this is another reason why a sleeping bag would be good.


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