Top insider tips to visiting Tel Aviv - a travel guide

Tel Aviv-Yafo, the city that never sleeps! The Miami of the Mediterranean, one of the most interesting cities to visit with amazing beaches, high-tech culture, bohemian neighborhoods and endless nightlife. Oh and let's not forget 4000 year-old Yafo to throw in some history. Whether you're a tourist visiting Israel, or you're Israeli planning a trip to Tel Aviv - this guide is for you. For over five years I've been living and working in Tel Aviv, uncovering the best insider tips! All the best coffee places & restaurants (lots of vegan goodness included), creative things to do, hidden gems and of course - the best places to stay.

Top places to stay


Trieste Neve Tsedek

Luxury, bohemian style suites in the middle of Neve Tsedek with private jacuzzi and balcony and/or patio. Have you ever heard of the famous funky loft in Brooklyn, New York? This is the Tel Aviv version! Highly recommended, it's a perfect base for a Tel Aviv break. Israel's most famous vegan, farm-to-table restaurant is right next door for breakfast and the beach is about a ten minute walk. Click here for more info and bookings!


The Shell House

If you're looking for more of a self-equipped apartment, only a few minutes' walk from the sea - this is your place! The Shell House is located in one of Tel Aviv's best neighborhoods, the picturesque Kerem Hateimanim - literally a two minutes' walk to the shuk haCarmel and lots of great bars & restaurants and a five minute walk to the beach. They have fully equipped, gorgeous apartments, some with private or shared terrace/patio. Click here for more info.


Ruby Tel Aviv

Another urban gem, right off Rothschild Boulevard located in one of Tel Aviv's fabulous mansions. It's one of our favorite places to stay in Tel Aviv, stylish, comfortable and sparkling clean. We love that Ruby is sort of a mix between a boutique hotel and an Airbnb apartment - with four hotel rooms sharing a communal kitchen & lounge, so it's perfect for longer stays too. There's a shared garden too and some rooms have a balcony. Click here for more info!

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