Tel Aviv & Jerusalem Vacation Packages
From its mega beaches, markets and fancy eateries to shopping, skyscrapers and lively nightlife, Tel Aviv has something for everyone. With a prime location on the Mediterranean coast, the cosmopolitan city offers an exciting art and music scene, exotic cuisines and vibrant cultures. It’s also the gateway to the Holy City of Jerusalem.
One of the most revered inspirational cities on the planet, and approximately 37 miles northwest of Tel Aviv, Jerusalem is a city of contrasts — boasting extraordinary historic sites, world-class museums and a mild climate. Sitting alongside bazaars and coffee shops, the old and new, modern and traditional, devout and secular flourish together.
Explore Tel Aviv & Jerusalem
Israel is an exciting destination with unmatched natural beauty, history and adventure. Chill on Tel Aviv’s dazzling stretches of golden beach. Shop in colorful markets. And, check out the many cafes and trendy bars, open until the early morning hours.
Walk through 3,000 years of history in Old Jerusalem, where cobblestone streets bring you face to face with innumerable storied and holy sites like the Western Wall. Outside the old city, Jerusalem is a world famous modern metropolis with beautiful architecture and remarkable atmosphere.
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- Old-World Wandering Slide 1 of 3: Jaffa, just south of downtown Tel Aviv, offers the chance to wander beautifully constructed cobblestone streets and old-world winding corridors.
- Beachside City Slide 2 of 3: Located on the Mediterranean, Tel Aviv’s coastline is comprised of 13 beaches over 8 ½ miles, each with unique personalities and tourist offerings.
- Explore Jerusalem Slide 3 of 3: Between the Wailing Wall, the Dome of the Rock, the Mount of Olives, Temple Mount and many museums, there are countless ways to stroll through history in this old and cherished city.
With more than 3,000 years of history, Israel is a truly alluring destination for history buffs and modern-day pilgrims. Float in the Dead Sea, shop in bustling open-air markets, trek across the desert, walk the cobblestone streets of Jerusalem’s Old City, or visit the picturesque and ancient city of Jaffa.
Easy going and incredibly diverse, Tel Aviv is known as The White City because of its Bauhaus-style architecture. It has a trendy cafe culture and a bustling Carmel Market that’s famous for its spices. By day, languish on the golden beaches beside the glistening Mediterranean, and after the sun sets, head out to the many bars and nightclubs around the city.
Falafel. Hummus. Kabobs. Stuffed breads. Fresh fish. Pastries. Tel Aviv is Israel's culinary epicenter — offering Chinese, Italian, Arabian, Persian and Thai cuisine, in addition to gourmet hotspots and tasty street stalls. Sample a coffee ice-cream soda (one of the most popular Israeli drinks), and make sure to explore the Hatikvah area and walk down Etzel Street — a foodie's dream come true.
Jerusalem's cuisine tends to be somewhat different than what you would find in Tel Aviv. Most restaurants are kosher, and many of the fast food, Middle Eastern eateries are inexpensive, filling and utterly delicious.
Delta Vacations flight + hotel packages include round-trip airfare aboard a Delta Partner Airline to Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV). To get into the city from the airport, it is a good idea to take the train. It is also a good way to travel if you're looking to take a day trip farther north and up the coast or just a bit south to Beersheva. We also offer tours and activities to Bethlehem, Jerusalem, Masada and the Dead Sea.