A White Weekend in Tel Aviv

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Tel Aviv Port Market

Since Shavuot is the culinary world’s favorite holiday, during your stay in Tel Aviv you can visit the Port Market, which was the first farmer’s market in Israel. Here, you can find the very best produce, cheese and other local specialty foods, which you can take with you for a perfect picnic in the nearby Hayarkon park.  

Port Market, Nemal Tel Aviv St 12

The Best Deli in Tel Aviv

Another hotspot in Tel Aviv, especially during the Shavuot holiday, is the Basher Fromagerie – a European deli that offers the largest selection of cheese in Israel. Over 1,000 types of cheese await you here, as well as fine wines and other delicacies. The Tel Aviv branch of the Basher Fromagerie is closed on Saturdays, so we highly recommend you visit the deli on either Thursday or Friday, and pay a visit to the colorful and lively Sarona market while you’re there.

Basher Fromagerie, Sarona Market

A Family Suite by the Sea in Tel Aviv

Shavuot is the perfect opportunity to spend some quality family time in Tel Aviv. Staying at the Sea Executive Suites boutique hotel, located within a 1 minute walk to the beach, will allow you to enjoy all the Shavuot holiday attractions and enjoy a dip in the sea in between activities. You can stay in a large and spacious family suite that offers two bedrooms, soft queen size beds, a fully equipped kitchen and an Israeli breakfast served daily in the hotel dining area. Plus, during Shavuot you can enjoy an array of cheeses, pastries and gourmet meals that are made with high quality ingredients. You can also treat yourself to the Finnish sauna, or enjoy the private gym area and the cozy nooks on our spacious rooftop, which looks over the Mediterranean Sea and the city.

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