The White City Tel Aviv derives its name from the historic white buildings that have already been declared by the UNESCO as part of the world heritage site. Founded in the 1930s, the White City has continued to grow and today boasts as one the highly developed metropolitan areas in Tel Aviv. The 20th century European architectural buildings are part of the reason why the city attracts thousands of tourists every year.
When traveling to Tel-Aviv by air, the port of entry is Ben Gurion Airport. With plenty of international flights going into and out of Tel Aviv, rest assured that you will be able to reach this rich Middle Eastern city with extreme ease. The security at the airport and around the city is also above par, thus giving you the peace of mind that you will be safe at all times when in White City Tel Aviv for business or vacation.
Tel Aviv Apartment Rentals
There are plenty of historic walking areas as well as picturesque architectural buildings thus making it one of the best places to get an apartment rental Tel Aviv. The Rothschild Avenue and Kalisher Street are just but examples of places where you can find a great apartment for rental at an affordable price. Besides proximity to a book store where you can read all about the history, culture and traditions of Tel Aviv, the streets are also close to some of the historic sites that have defined Tel-Aviv
There are numerous options available to you when looking for an apartment rental Tel Aviv. For example, you can choose to stay in:
– A serviced apartment thus eliminating the stress of shopping for and buying household appliances and furniture.
– A luxury vacation rental in Tel Aviv which will provide you with virtually all the amenities provided by serviced apartments.
Still, there is the option of renting an apartment and then furnishing it with your own furniture, appliances and other décor items. The options listed above are ideal for tourists and business men looking for short-term apartment rentals in Tel Aviv.
The cost of renting holiday apartments in Tel Aviv can range from as low as $50.00 per night to as high as $300.00 per night. The difference in pricing will hinge on several factors such as facilities which may include AC, Wi-Fi connection, parking spaces, number of rooms, access to balcony and availability of elevator.
There are also plenty of flats to rent in Tel Aviv and these usually suit people who are planning to stay in Tel Aviv for a long time. As is the case with short-term apartments in Tel Aviv, there are certain factors that you need to bear in mind when searching for a suitable flat for rental in Tel Aviv. For example, how far is the flat from the CBD (Central Business District)? What are the different types of amenities around the apartment rental Tel Aviv? For example, are there supermarkets, clinics and schools?
Things to While in White City Tel Aviv
There are plenty of things that you can do while in Tel Aviv ranging from a day at the Palmach Museum to a visit to the Yitzhak Rabin Center. The Tel Aviv Museum of Art and the Old Tel Aviv Port area are a must visit area for any tourist before leaving the White City of Tel Aviv.