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    Yes it is hot in summer, but you have an a/c almost in every place. The best season to visit is from March till June and then from mid September till End of November over 8 years ago

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    Yes! Spring and Fall are the best times! It is literally a city that is open 24/7. People go out late at night. There are many coffee places everywhere. Make an effort to visit Yafo at night, since it has such a warm and special mood that is not found anywhere else. You can eat in several good restaurants and even some shops are open. All the city's beaches are now clean and have changing areas and bathrooms! You can also enjoy the "old port" which had been remodeled, and has several stores and places for kids! Not all the restaurants are good so I suggest to you to ask around and look into their menu. If you would like to walk the city had build a side walk next to the sea that goes along the Mediterranean sea! Or you can rent a bike from all the city managed places all over town, and leave them in any other area when you are done using them. You can walk alone the Yarkon river which has been clean and also has resting places. People are friendly almost anywhere, but they also can be dry and difficult. Almost everyone knows English and also many speak French. If you can avoid busses, do so since their drivers are known for driving like crazy! It is unesesary to rent a car in Tel-Aviv and very hard to find parking. You can take a taxi, but make certain that they belong to a known taxi station. Tel-Aviv is a young city and very liberal! People from all kind of religions and ways of life know how to coexist! Do not forget to visit the areas with mostly Bauhaus buildings and also the clothe shook with amazing and cheap items. And have fun! over 8 years ago

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    Thank you guys, especially CCvera2, really detailed answer, it helps a lot:) But what if summer is the only time I can go to Israel, wouldn't that be deadly hot or I can still survive due to the number of a/c? over 8 years ago

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    Definitely summers are unbearably hot and humid in Tel Aviv, however, as there climatic conditions is influenced by Mediterranean climate, so there is always some humidity present in the atmosphere.

    The peak time for travelers to visit Tel Aviv is July and August. During this time, beaches, restaurants, accommodation and flights are filled with tourist. For this reason, why it is important to book in advance some good accommodation such as a boutique hotel in Tel Aviv - http://www.shenkinhotel.com/?categoryId=93109 - which provides good services to their customers at reasonable cost. almost 7 years ago

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