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Tel Aviv for Business Travelers

Tel Aviv for Business Travelers: Your Home Away from Home

  • Tel Aviv is known for being the city that never stops and its reputation is well deserved. You can find in all hours of day or night something to do – museums, live music, theater shows, markets, restaurants, tours, bars and other attractions. Business travelers can enjoy Tel Aviv in between or after attending meetings during the day. You can discover Tel Aviv and make it your home away from home.

    Get to Know the City
    Tel Aviv is not very big when comparing it with big business cities worldwide, you can walk between some of the central points, but of course there are faster ways to do so: by rented bicycles, Segway (guided or individual trips), guided tours and of course the famous open bus.

    Dan Open Bus (line no. 100) - The red Tel Aviv tour bus goes through many of the city's main attractions: Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv Port, Rabin Square, Irgun (Etzel) Museum, Old Jaffa and Dizengoff Center. You may buy a ticket for a single tour (NIS45) and get headphones with explanations in several languages or choose the hop on/ hop off option (NIS65). Line 100 (as other local bus lines) service stops on Friday afternoon; it resumes activity on Sunday morning.
    Walk from Neve Tzedek to Old Jaffa (or vice versa) - Neve Tzedek was the first Jewish neighborhood out of Jaffa and it was first built in the end of the 19th Century, today its small and colorful houses, galleries, cafés, shops and the nearby Old Station and beach draw many visitors. From there you can walk to the south-west towards Jaffa, you can reach the edge of Jaffa within a 15-minute walk and the Old Port which is the main touristic attraction of Jaffa in approx. half an-hour's walk.
    Another option is to include Florentin in your walk. Florentin is just south of Neve Tzedek and a little bit east to Northern Jaffa. The area is known for its massive popularity with the younger crowd (people in their 20s and 30s). The place is crowded with cafés, bars and pubs. Florentin Street and the nearby Stern and Abarbanel Streets are great places to have dinner or go out for a beer. The area also includes some live-music clubs and alternative art hubs.

    Shopping in Tel Aviv
    Tel Aviv offers many stores, markets and shopping centers – you can find anything from cheap second hand stores to posh designer brands. In the shopping malls you can find many Israeli and international brands in the mid-upper prices. The shopping areas include: Jaffa- Southern Tel Aviv: Jaffa's Flea Market, Gan Hahashmal and the Old Station Compound. Central Tel Aviv: Dizengoff Center and Street, Shenkin Street, Azrieli and Sarona. Northern Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv Port, Ramat Aviv Mall, Kikar Hamedina (Hamedina Square) the latter is one of the most expensive shopping centers in Israel.
    The two most popular markets are Jaffa's Flea Market and Hacarmel Market (close to Neve Tzedek). A food market takes place in Tel Aviv Port on Thursdays (afternoon) and Fridays (morning).

    Wind Down after Work
    Isrotel Tel Aviv hotels offer different ways for you to relax after the end of a long day of work.
    You can visit Isrotel Tower's business lounge and enjoy light meals, drinks and business services. You can check your emails or surf online in all areas and rooms as the hotel provides free Wi-Fi throughout the complex.
    Royal Beach Tel Aviv also offers free Wi-Fi connection and a business lounge as well as the renowned West Side Restaurant, enjoy top contemporary Israeli-Mediterranean food by chef Guy Malka.
    At the hotel, you can also relax in the pool and spa areas which include a Turkish hamam and saunas. Next to it, you will find the fitness center (free entry for hotel guests). Massages and other treatments are also available (for added fees).

    Tel Aviv Never Sleeps
    During the evening you may enjoy theater, dance shows, live music and more. But at night, it seems that all people in Tel Aviv sit at one of the city's many bars, cafés and restaurants. If you prefer moving… just visit a club or a dance bar. You can find plenty of dance bars in Tel Aviv Port and a few more on the boardwalk. Live music clubs include Zappa (Port, Ramat Hachayal), Sublime (Florentin), and Barby (Southern Tel Aviv).