3. Water Skiing in Begin Park
Another exceptional attraction the kids will love is cable water skiing – an adrenaline filled experience in Begin Park. This is the only water ski park in Israel and one of the biggest in the world. Here, you can enjoy fun extreme sport activities suitable for all ages. By the way, if you imagined returning to your hotel after only a couple of hours, be warned! You can have a long and enjoyable family outing in this park and take advantage of the restaurant-bar, lawn areas, fabulous lake, bike trails and so much more.
Where? Lake TLV, Menahem Begin Park.
How much? 110 NIS including training and equipment; 130 NIS for your first hour on the wakeboard.
4. Candies, Wines, Delicacies, Juices and Much More in Sarona Market
One of the biggest advantages of a vacation in Tel Aviv is that you really don’t have to eat in restaurants every day. A rich and delicious breakfast in your hotel will suffice while you spend your morning on the beach and then, you can have an afternoon meal in one of the best markets in Tel Aviv – Sarona Market. Here, you can find 90 stores and stands filled with incredible food such as cheese from around the world, rare raw ingredients, fresh seafood, juices, liquer, local produce and everything you need to have an interesting and diverse meal.
Where? Sarona Market.
How much? Entrance is free.
5. Volleyball Tournament, Falk Dancing, Matkot And Waves
In spite of all the many attractions the city has to offer, one attraction will always beat them all: the beach. Staying with your kids in a hotel that’s close to a Tel Aviv beach will allow you to start each day of your vacation with a swim in the sea and to enjoy the beach strip that got so many compliments and headlines in magazines around the world. At the beach, which is within walking distance from you hotel, you can enjoy a volleyball game, falk dancing on weekends, Matkot (Isreali paddle ball game) tournaments and fitness facilities, and do all that without spending a dime (or a shekel in this case)!
Where? Trumpeldor Beach, across the street from your hotel in Tel Aviv.
How much? Free.