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A Weekend in Tel Aviv

How to spend 3 days in Tel Aviv

Arrival in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is the second-largest city in Israel. One of the most modern, vibrant and sophisticated cities in the world.

Hotels in Tel Aviv

The Alma Hotel and Lounge features extraordinary work of restoration for the vintage Tel Aviv. Located at the heart of the city, just few steps to the famous Rothschild bars and restaurants. What is more, is a 12 minutes’ walk from the Mediterranean Sea shore. Hotel rooms offers different view and provides some breeze from the nearby Tel Aviv Ocean.

Restaurants & Clubs

These are the restaurants I’ve tried during my stay in Tel Aviv:

  • North Abraxas  (Lilienblum St 40, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel). This chic restaurant offers Israeli Cuisine at its best.  The menu changes daily based on the chef's creativity. The downstairs bar is so incredibly good, definitely a must try.
  • The Norman (Nahmani St 23-25, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel). A brasserie style restaurant and one of the finest in Tel Aviv. Offers exceptional French Mediterranean cuisine.
  • Abu Hassan (Ha-Dolfin St 1, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel). A perfect spot for Hummus lovers. They also serve falafel, salad, French fries and refreshing lemonade, affordable and absolutely worth it.
  • Kuli Alma (Mikveh Israel St 10, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel). One of Tel Aviv's coolest spots with awesome music, A voguish hangout for party animals. Don’t forget to revel in the bar's signature Mojito slushies.
  • Suramare (Se'adya Ga'on St 24, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel).Tel Aviv's most glamourous bars with a breath-taking view of the city skyline. Where you can experience a New York vibe while savoring an array of Italian dishes.
  • Port Sa'id (Har Sinai St 5, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel). Satisfy your taste buds and indulge on their mouth-watering menu prepared by one of Israel's top celebrity-chef, Eyal Shani.
  • Benedict (Rothschild Blvd 29, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel). No reason to skip breakfast, just swing by to this all day breakfast restaurant that serves new and fascinating flavors of breakfasts in the world.
  • Cafe Noir (Ahad Ha'Am St 43, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel). From a slow and serene morning to a romantic sexy evening, Café Noir is the place to be. A cozy bistro in the city's most charming corners, known for their iconic Schnitzel.
  • Rothschild 12 (Rothschild Blvd 12, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel). An open air café, home of the locals favorite “shakshuka” and “sabich”. A happy place to sip and enjoy your coffee  and stay until night for a nice cold bottle of beer.
  • Speakeasy (Rothschild Blvd 24, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel). Missing the trendy cities of NYC, London and Berlin? Tel Aviv's Speakeasy is the raddest place to be.  Enjoy the scenic view of the city while taking a sip of their signature cava + sorbet popsicle.
  • Dallal (Shabazi St Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel). A hidden restaurant found in the quiet corner of Shabazi Street, that creates a sumptuous meal from the freshest local produce. A wide selection of heavenly French-style pastries is also the highlight of this restaurant.


  • Breakfast Club (Rothschild Blvd 6, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel). You can enjoy a wild, eclectic selection of music played by the country's exceptional DJs.  We did not make it to the party but if you are looking for a perfect luxury experience to take a chill pill in Tel-Aviv, this is the place to go. 
  • The Cat and The Dog (Carlebach St Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel) Israel's leading underground club hosted by international DJs. A favorite meeting spot for local artists, musicians, model, and trendsetters who love underground music, sleazy and sexy hardcore atmosphere.


Must-see-places near Tel Aviv:

  • Jerusalem 
    • Mount of Olives (Jerusalem's main burial ground and the final resting place of eminent biblical figures for 3,000 years).
    • The Temple Mount (A well-known religious site in the world for Islam, Judaism, and Christianity).
    • The Western Wall (The most allegorical holy site for Jews living in Jerusalem).
  • Dead Sea the deepest hypersaline lake in the world, bordering Israel and Jordan.
  • Shuk HaCarmel (Tel Aviv's largest and busiest marketplace, A one stop shop for locals and tourists).
  • Neve Zedek (One of the oldest districts, A haven of tranquility in the bustling city of Tel Aviv).
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