Where to stay :
Main city area (like Ben Yehuda Street and Dizengoff Avenue) have a number of hotels, and hostels. You could also look upon websites for arrangements to stay at a local’s place – it would be a nice way to experience the Tel Aviv lifestyle. There are offers across ranges – from those with small budgets to super luxury lodgings right beside the beach!
How to go around :
From the airport to the city: you could share a cab – that would reduce the price considerably as compared to a dedicated cab which, considering a couple of large travel bags with you, might come for around 150 NIS. You can also take the train from the airport premises itself and arrive within the city.
Within the city, cabs are readily available everywhere. However, best way to experience the vibes of this vibrant place – walking and cycling, if possible, would be the two best ways for exploration. Bicycle rental services are available.
You can also rent a car and drive by yourself. You would just need a valid driving license – valid in Israel that is.
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