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Tel Aviv is the largest city in Israel next to Jerusalem. It is the largest metropolitan area located on the Mediterranean coast, about 60km northwest of Jerusalem. Tel Aviv is also home to most foreign embassies in the country. Ben Gurion International Airport is the main entryway to Tel Aviv via air, handling 14.2 million passengers in 2013. Also referred to by its Hebrew acronym, Natbag, Ben Gurion is Israel's main international airport and serves international flights to the majority of Israel. The airport serves as a hub for El Al, Israir Airlines, and Arkia Israel Airlines. Given its location, it is deemed one of the most secure airports in the world

Tel Aviv is a huge city with a lot of things to do and places to visit. Popularly visited are those places that placed Israel in the map of history. Visit Old Jaffa and the famous Jaffa Flea Market, Rabin Square, Azriely Lookout, Tel Aviv Port, Neve Tzedek, Florentin, and Joshua Gardens. Learn more about the country's history by visiting its famous museums namely Eretz-Israel Museum, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Museum of Jewish Diaspora, Bialik Square that houses Bialik House, The Museum of Town History, and Rubin Art Museum. Visit the beach and enjoy an afternoon with other beachgoers banging Brazilian drums, and fill your senses with the smell of barbecues as the sun sets. Amusement and water parks are also aplenty around Tel Aviv. Thrill-loving tourists would want to visit the Luna Park Tel Aviv. Tourists seeking better thrills than Luna Park Tel Aviv can go to Superland, which is an hour's drive from Tel Aviv. The Meimadyon and Yamit 2000 are waterparks that can be found near Luna Park Tel Aviv, and the nearby city of Holon, repectively. If you've got the knack for performing arts, Tel Aviv offers the widest selection of performing arts in Israel. Even fans of classical music will find what they were looking for from Israel's Philharmonic Orchestra and the New Israel Opera. There are also sports events and festivals to be enjoyed in Tel Aviv.

How to get around within Tel Aviv

There are two popular ways to get around Tel Aviv: Bus and Taxi. Bus network in Tel Aviv runs from 5:00 a.m. until midnight, although some of the lines stop earlier. There are also night buses that run until 4:00 a.m. on Thursday and Saturday nights all year, Sunday to Wednesday nights in addition during summer time. Tickets can be purchased either at the driver or at the bus station. Bus drivers, like most Israelis, can understand some English. You can also explore the city via Sherut Taxis. They are mini buses that run about the same route as the popular bus route numbers 4 and 5, cost about the same as the bus, and also run in Shabbat. You pay after taking your seat and passing it to the person next to you, until it reaches the driver. Sherut Taxis run along Namir road to the CBS too. You can hail a taxi, or mo-NIT as locals call it, in the street, or call one with extra surcharge. Demand that the driver use the metre. In addition to normal taxis, there are 6-12 person van-sized taxis that supplement some bus routes. This is often faster, slightly cheaper, and operates seven days a week, which is more frequent than taking a bus.

How to get there

By plane, Ben Gurion International Airport is the main gateway to the city of Tel Aviv. Getting from the airport to the city centre can be done through train or taxi. The airport train station is easily accessible at the lower level on Terminal 3, and offers good connection to many parts of the country. Taxis run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; and are the most comfortable mode of transport from the airport to Tel Aviv. By car, you can reach Tel Aviv by using freeways in the country. From the Ben Gurion Airport, take the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv freeway (freeway 1). From the north of the country, take the Tel Aviv-Haifa freeway (freeway 2); and freeways 4 and 20 when coming from Beer-Sheva and the southern parts of the country. By bus, the New Central Bus Station in southern Tel Aviv serves most locations in Israel and is located within short walking distance from HaHagana Train Station. By train, take the Israel Railways.

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