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Tel Aviv, a cheerful city

In addition to its origins as a city of pioneers, Tel Aviv has the energy of a young party town and the soul of a seaside town. When you book a plane ticket to Tel Aviv, you're on your way to experiencing the contagious energy of an incredibly charming port city.

After your flight to Tel Aviv, dive into the authentic side of this city of a thousand faces by visiting Neve Tsedek, a neighbourhood full of orange and lemon trees that has maintained the feel of a small village. Shabazi Street is the perfect place to stop for a cup of coffee before hitting the shops and galleries at Jaffa's former train station. A laboratory of modern architecture, part of the « white city » is listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site thanks to its extraordinary concentration of Bauhaus style buildings.

Your Tel Aviv travel guide leaves no room for doubt: the city has plenty of cultural attractions, including around 20 museums. The new wing of the Museum of Art is dedicated to Israeli art. The galleries between Dizengoff and Ben Yehuda are worth perusing, and fans of street art will enjoy a trip to the neighbourhood of Florentin. Don't miss a visit to Beit Hatfutsot, the museum of the Jewish Diaspora, for a chance to better understand the complexities of the Jewish state.

Book a flight to Tel Aviv between April and November to take full advantage of its 6km of beaches and 300 days of sunlight per year. You'll also get to witness the constant party that goes on in this city that never sleeps, with plenty of clubs where you can dance until morning, namely in the Rothschild district.

Far from the commotion of the city's nightlife, take advantage of your flight to Tel Aviv to get lost in the maze of old Jaffa and its small fishing port. Take a seat at the bar of a seaside cafe and look out upon 4,000 years of history, from the ochre-colored Ottoman palaces behind you to the whiteness of Tel Aviv in front.