5 Days trip in Israel

Budget: 0 USD - 1050 USD Beach activities Cultural experiences City sightseeing Shopping Food exploration
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Israel is a small but significant country in the Middle East, with a complex history and diverse culture.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to ILS
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Old Jaffa

    120 minutes

    Take a walking tour of Old Jaffa, the historic port city with winding alleyways, ancient ruins, and stunning views of the sea. Stop at one of the many cafes and try some traditional Israeli breakfast.

  2. Carmel Market

    90 minutes

    Explore the hustle and bustle of the Carmel Market, one of the largest outdoor markets in Tel Aviv. Sample local delicacies, buy fresh produce, leather goods, unique kitchenware or souvenirs to take home.

  3. Gordon Beach

    60 minutes

    Relax on the white sand shores of the beautiful Gordon Beach. Swim in the Mediterranean Sea, sunbathe, play paddle ball, or watch the sunset with a refreshing drink from one of the many beach cafés.

Day 2

  1. Tel Aviv Museum of Art

    120 minutes

    Discover the impressive collections of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, including contemporary Israeli art, the Old Masters, and exhibitions of international artists.

  2. Lunch at Port Said

    90 minutes

    Try the modern Middle Eastern cuisine and cocktails at Port Said, a trendy eatery situated in a renovated garage in the trendy area of Rothschild Boulevard.

  3. Sarona Market

    120 minutes

    Shop and dine at the wonderful Sarona Market, a vast indoor complex selling local organic products, boutique wines, specialty cheeses, spices, chocolates, and much more.

Day 3

  1. Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum and Memorial

    240 minutes

    Take the bus to Jerusalem and visit the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum and Memorial, a moving and impactful tribute to the victims of the Holocaust and Jewish history.

  2. The Western Wall

    60 minutes

    Experience the spiritual and cultural significance of The Western Wall, also known as the Wailing Wall, the holiest site in Judaism.

  3. Mahane Yehuda Market

    120 minutes

    Have a taste of the local cuisine with street food and fresh produce at the colorful and lively Mahane Yehuda Market.

Day 4

  1. Museum of the Jewish People

    120 minutes

    Visit the Beit Hatfutsot Museum of the Jewish People, which brings to life the rich history and diversity of the Jewish people, their culture, contributions, and traditions.

  2. Café Tachtit

    90 minutes

    Enjoy a relaxed lunch at Café Tachtit, a hidden gem located in the courtyard of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Try their signature salad or grilled sandwiches accompanied by a refreshing drink.

  3. Neve Tzedek

    150 minutes

    Explore the charming and historic neighborhood of Neve Tzedek, with its restored houses, art galleries, designer boutiques, and trendy restaurants.

Day 5

  1. Tel Aviv Beach Boardwalk

    150 minutes

    Take a stroll along the Tel Aviv Beach Boardwalk, watch the sunbathers, cyclists, and swimmers, and soak in the vibrant atmosphere of the city.

  2. Lunch at M25

    90 minutes

    Try the pastas, pizza, and salads at M25, a hidden gem in the city center of Tel Aviv, with a cozy outdoor terrace and a relaxed vibe.

  3. Tel Aviv Port

    120 minutes

    Visit the trendy and buzzing Tel Aviv Port, with its fashion boutiques, artisanal shops, and great restaurants, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.

Estimated Cost (USD)


20-25 per night
40-60 per night
100-175 per night


25-40 per ride
Public Transportation (buses/trains)
2-10 per ride
Bike Rental
10-15 per day


Street Food
5-10 per meal
Budget Restaurants
10-20 per meal
Fine Dining
50-100 per meal


Museum Entrance Fee
10-20 per person
Guided City Tour
50-100 per person
Beach Activities (surfing, paddleboarding)
20-40 per activity

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