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Israel is located in the most western part of the Middle East, in the eastern shores of spectacular Mediterranean Sea with a population of almost up to nine million. Israel is home to the world’s oldest temples and many sacred landmarks that are precious to millions of people worldwide. Besides its historical importance, the country is known for its various modern attractions, a multicultural social structure, and a vibrant cultural atmosphere. Buy your cheap flight ticket to Israel now and get ready for an unforgettable journey!


Flights to Israel are scheduled towards the largest airport near the capital, called Ben Gurion International Airport. Located at the beginning of the Arabian Peninsula, spotted with mild breezes of the Mediterranean and deserts, Israel will enchant you via its location, mix of cultures, and rich heritage. Pegasus flights from Istanbul to Tel Aviv will give you a chance to see the modern face of Tel Aviv and the local beauties in Jerusalem.

Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport

Pegasus Airlines direct flights to Tel Aviv take 2 hours and 5 minutes from Sabiha Gökçen International Airport. Departures and take-offs are destined to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport, the largest one in the country. Situated 26 km to the north of the capital, the airport lies close to the city center. Keeping the pulse of all international air trips, Ben Gurion Airport hosts passengers worldwide. In summer, there are also direct flights from Muğla, Dalaman, İzmir and Antalya to Tel Aviv via Pegasus Airlines. You can check Pegasus Airlines' booking options for affordable flights from Tel Aviv to Istanbul.

Transportation from Airport to Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is 26 km away from the airport. Driving in rush hour may take 59 minutes. Thus, the easiest way to get to the city center is by taking a train. It costs only 3.5 euros per person, and the trip lasts 21 minutes. If you prefer a more convenient way or you are a small group of visitors, taxis are also available at the airport. It would be best to bargain on the price before taking a taxi as there is no constant rate for a taxi in that direction.

Public Transport in Israel

Public transport is a hybrid version, as seen in many capitals. In Israel, train, bus, taxi, shuttle, and sherut are common types of transportation. Sherut, a type of shared taxi, is a popular vehicle due to its speed and frequency. Amal and Nesher Tours operate sheruts between Haifa, Jerusalem, and Ben Gurion Airport. By sheruts, you can go to Krayot and other northern towns and cities.

Intercity Travel in Israel

Intercity travel is mostly carried out by bus, shuttle, and train. From Ben Gurion Airport to Jerusalem, buses travel 24 hours a day. You should look for number 485 and remember that they are unavailable on Shabbat days. The journey usually takes about an hour. Israel railway serves local and regional destinations. After your Pegasus flight, you can take a train through Tel Aviv, Atit, Haifa, Krayot, and Nahaliya. Ben Gurion Airport is well-connected to Tel Aviv city center and other cities via high-speed train as well. High-speed trains in Israel shorten the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem journey by almost one-third of a bus trip, which means just 20 minutes.

Where to Stay in Israel?

Israel is one of the most popular destinations in the Middle East and offers a variety of accommodation options to its visitors ranging from luxury hotels to budget-friendly international backpacker hostels, especially in its vibrant tourism destination Tel Aviv and capital city Jerusalem.

If it is your first time in Tel Aviv and planning to explore its must-visit attractions as well as its gorgeous beaches, it is recommended for you to stay in hotels located around the “Neve Tzedek” neighborhood or “HaYarkon” street. There are many top-tier local restaurants, cafés, and shops around the neighborhood as well.

Jerusalem, the sacred city for all Abrahamic religions, also offers various accommodation options to its visitors. If you are in Jerusalem to discover its historical temples and sacred sites, you can stay in hotels located around the Old City.

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Top 5 things to do in Israel

There are few countries in the world such as Israel. Israel is a fascinating country to explore with its unique architectural texture, gorgeous beaches, and a vibrant cultural atmosphere. We listed some of these things you can do in Israel below and if you would like to know more about the country, you can check our detailed Israel Travel Guide.

  • Explore Old Jaffa and Port: Old Jaffa exhibits Tel Aviv’s most memorable sceneries and is one of the best places to have an exploration trip on foot in Tel Aviv. The neighborhood has a vibrant atmosphere and is home to some of Tel Aviv’s most significant attractions including the historical clock tower, the flea market, and the old port.
  • Admire Tel Aviv’s Bauhaus Architecture: Tel Aviv has the most impressive collection of Bauhaus architecture in the world with more than 4000 buildings. These buildings, commonly called the White City, are on the UNESCO World Heritage List, situated between Allenby Street to the south, Ibn Gvirol Street to the east, the Yarkon River to the north, and the Mediterranean to the west. Most of the buildings are designed by Jewish architects who had studied in Europe during the 1920s and 1930s.
  • Enjoy the Mediterranean: Tel Aviv is known for its gorgeous beaches that stretch along the Mediterranean Sea. The city has sky-clear waters and home to many recreational water sports as well.
  • Visit Tel Aviv Museum of Art: Tel Aviv Museum of Art is the largest art museum of Israel with a remarkable permanent collection of various prominent artists including Dali, Klimt, Kandinsky, Cezanne, and Monet. The museum also hosts many influential temporary exhibitions throughout the year as well.
  • Wander at Yarkon Park: Yarkon Park is the biggest park of Tel Aviv with spectacular gardens and home to many recreational activities such as biking, picnicking, or paddling on Yardon River. The park is frequently visited by locals and located in the northern part of the city.
  • Shop from Jaffa Flea Market: Jeffa Flea Market, or Shuk Hapishpishim is one of the most vibrant places you can visit in Tel Aviv. There are numerous local vendors in the market that sell various authentic Israeli products as well as many second-hand items.

You can visit our detailed Tel Aviv Travel Guide to learn more about Tel Aviv and its spectacular attractions.

Car Rental in Israel

You can also rent a car with Pegasus privileges if you want to consider a more comfortable option for city transportation when you arrive in Israel for business or leisure.


Airports in Israel

We use Ben Gurion Airport for our flights in Israel. 

Ben Gurion Airport

Ben Gurion Airport (TLV) is located 23 kilometers away from Tel Aviv city center. You can get to the city center from Ben Gurion Airport with public bus, train, shuttle bus, taxi, and rental car. Trains are one of the most convenient transportation options to get to Tel Aviv city center since they are frequent and available from 03:00 to midnight. You need to buy the ticket for the train beforehand from the ticket machines available at the airport.

We listed some useful side notes about Israel for you right below.

Things to Know Before Visiting Israel

  • While Hebrew is the only official language of the country, many other languages are commonly spoken in Israel including Arabic, Russian, Amharic, and French. Many locals can also understand and speak English well.
  • Most businesses and offices are closed from Friday afternoon to Sunday morning because of the Jewish day of rest, the Sabbath. Sunday is a workday while Saturday is the rest day nationwide in Israel.
  • Although it is not forced by the law, it is expected from visitors to dress modestly in holy sites such as those located in Jerusalem or Nazareth.
  • Israel uses Israeli new shekel as its currency and there are many exchange vendors around the country.
  • Israel is an expensive country to visit with higher accommodation, food, and sightseeing expenses in comparison to other popular Middle Eastern destinations.
  • Although it might feel unsettling to encounter armed forces patrolling in crowded areas in its cities, Israel is a safe country to visit with low violent and petty crime rates.
  • While packing for your Israel trip, keep in mind that Israel can be a very hot place to be in during summers.
  • Tipping is commonly expected in the country if you are satisfied with the service.

Essential Numbers

Country Code: +972

Ben Gurion Airport Number: +972 3-972-3333

Police: 100

Tourist Police: +972-505-072-937

Ambulance: 101


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