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Welcome

Tel Aviv is a city in Israel. The population is 451,523 people.


This is the second city of Israel, the technological and industrial center of the country. The white city of Tel Aviv is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the 5th most visited city in Central Asia and one of the best coastal cities.


Tel Aviv (in Hebrew - “spring mound”) was founded as a Jewish quarter in the territory of the ancient port city of Jaffa. One of the best urban promenades in the world stretches along the sea continuously, and the beaches differ from each other. The old city is filled with people at any time of the year.


Carmel Market and Yemeni Quarter, Neve Tzedek and Atahana, Rothschild Boulevard and the Habim National Theater, Rabin Square, Kiryat Hamelaha and Florentin - and many other attractions open their doors to tourists.

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Fly Armenia Airways has scheduled flights to Tel Aviv twice a week.

City is known for:
Sightseeing Entertainment Shopping Treatment Beaches Diving Restaurants Nightlife
City pictures
Ben Gurion-Airport
Location

On the northern outskirts of the city of Lod, which is about 45 km northwest of Jerusalem and 20 km to the southeast of Tel Aviv.
Airport code: TLV
Time zone: UTC/GMT +2 hours

Contacts

Address: 7015001, Israel

Telephone: (+972) 3-972-3333

Website: https://www.iaa.gov.il

Transfers

You can get from Ben Gurion Airport to Tel Aviv by train, shared taxi, or usual taxi. You can also rent a car without a driver. The journey by train takes 12 minutes, by bus 30 minutes.
The distance between Ben Gurion Airport and Tel Aviv is 19 km.

Car rental

Several local and international operators have desks at the airport.

Services for Persons with Disabilities

Facilities for the disabled at Ben Gurion International Airport include ramps and lifts where necessary, adapted telephones and toilets, raised pedestrian crossings, wheelchair-friendly information points and special assistance on-request.

Visa information

Before you fly, please make certain you have the correct visa and documents required to enter the country. Check with the relevant embassy to find out what you need.

Сar parking

The Israel Airport Authority operates several short- and long-term car parks within the Ben Gurion Airport area. The parking fee at all car parks can be paid using credit cards as well as Israeli and foreign currency.

Airport facilities

Restaurants and cafes
Gift shops
Duty free shops
Banks
Post office
Currency exchange Bureau
First aid facilities

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