Fly from Eilat to Tel Aviv.
Tour the great sights of the city. Here are just a few of the highlights:
The Palmah Museum: This exhibit, in a series of especially hewn caverns will make you part of the founding of Israel’s pre-state underground defense force in a unique way as you follow the exploits of a group of young volunteers. (Visits by pre-arranged group only; www.palmach.org.il.)
The Eretz Israel Museum: A variety of exhibits to chose from, indoors and out, with a number relating to the historic crafts of this land and others the whole family will enjoy.
Beach time anywhere along the fine stretch of Mediterranean sands at Tel Aviv’s back door.
Tel Aviv Port: The in-place to be for Tel Avivians of all ages, where a number of fish restaurants, ice-cream stands and snack bars, galleries, a wooden boardwalk a weekend open-air “swap-meet”-type market and gorgeous sunsets await.
Rent a paddleboat in the Yarkon Park: Just north of the Tel Aviv port, Yarkon Park, stretching along the Yarkon River is Tel Aviv’s urban nature experience where you’ll find the locals, from seniors to young families and teens gather to enjoy a variety of activities, including jogging, strolling, cycling, in-line skating or a picnic on the grass.
Jaffa: with its venerable art galleries and shops along picturesque restored lanes with beautiful vistas of the Mediterranean and Tel Aviv.
Neve Tsedek: A stroll through this gentrified part of south Tel Aviv with its restored homes, galleries, restaurants and cultural life.
Overnight in Tel Aviv