Private guide in Tel Aviv, guided tours in Tel Aviv, Israel
Top Attractions in Tel AvivOld Jaffa, Rabin Square, The Yarkon Park, Eretz-Israel, Beit HaTefutsot, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv, Dizengoff Square, King Albert Square, Central Bus Station, Neveh Shaanan, Kameri Theater, Opera House, Attractions
Information about Tel Aviv
Airport - Ben Gurion International Airport (IATA: TLV, ICAO: LLBG) is the largest and busiest international airport in Israel. The airport is near the town of Lod, 15 kilometers (9 mi) southeast of Tel Aviv. The airport has three runways and is used by commercial, private, and military aircraft.
Shopping - Allenby Street, a typical bustling Tel Avivan street, is full of furniture stores, lower price clothing shops, bakeries, bookstores, and kiosks. The Opera Tower is an upscale mall, right where Allenby Street meets the sea and a short walk from the Ha-Yarkon Street hotel district. Well stocked with cafes, galleries, and shops of interest to visitors, the mall is developing into something of a center for fashionable clothing. Two blocks south of Dizengoff Square, toward King George Street, you'll find the enormous indoor Dizengoff Center Shopping Mall, located on the lower floors of a megaoffice complex.
My name is Rotem, and I am a licensed tour guide here in Israel. I was born here, in Tel Aviv, but when my parents moved to the US, specifically to Miami, when I was two years old I had no other choice but to go with them. I grew up there, so I am fluent in English, and after finishing up my M.Sc., I made aliyah and moved back to Israel.