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Sydney to Tel Aviv Travel Course Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • How many days should you spend in Tel Aviv?

    Travelers from SYD to TLV stay for 14 days on average.

  • How much should a trip from Sydney (SYD) to Tel Aviv-Yafo (TLV) cost?

    Ranging anywhere from $1,260 to $5,339, prices for SYD to TLV do fluctuate much more than most routes from Australia. However, the sooner you book, the more you'll be able to save.

  • When is the best time to visit?

    Peak travel periods include summer (May–Aug), when the weather is hot and humid, and major Jewish holidays such as Passover (Mar/Apr, dates vary) and the High Holy Days (Sep/Oct, dates vary), during which many shops, restaurants and museums close or have limited hours. Winters are mild, with some rain.

Exploring Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is a modern, cosmopolitan and hip city. It is fastly becoming a technology hub known as Silicon Wadi. You will always find something to do here, there are restaurants, shops, and nightlife experiences everywhere.


Accommodations in Tel Aviv

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Tel Aviv is the Sweet TLV Apartments, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Lili's Place Apartments in The Marina in Tel Aviv as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing in Tel Aviv

- Tel Aviv City Center


Downtown Tel Aviv is the city's beating heart, jam-packed with every type of cosmopolitan scene you could ever fancy- happening nightclubs, pavement cafes, intriguing architecture, cool boutiques, and thriving cultural hubs. Wander past the eclectic White City Bauhaus buildings before enjoying the Museum of Art's stylish galleries. Just remember to leave time to discover the city's cool boutiques and bustling markets for some retail therapy.


- Gordon Beach


Gordon Beach offers visitors the chance to play at its volleyball courts or enjoy a nice, refreshing dip in a saltwater swimming pool. There is also a boardwalk where there are many restaurants serving amazing local food. After sundown, head to one of the many outdoor beach bars to have a few drinks and enjoy some dancing.


Transportation in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv has a great modern and cheap bus system. Taxis are also a common way to get around. In the past years, there are a growing number of bicycle paths which together with the nice weather make it perfect for biking around the city.