What is the best time to visit Tel Aviv?

The best time to visit Tel Aviv is during Spring (March - April) and Autumn (September- November). The weather conditions are incredibly pleasant and the lack of peak season crowds is an added advantage as the city is yet to receive a crowd of tourists. The fares for accommodation are also relatively cheaper during Spring and Autumn. Between September to November, is Autumn and the city bids adieu to most of its visitors. Tariffs for hotels located in prime areas or with beach fronts reduce considerably. However, if you are heading to Tel Aviv for a beach vacation, then Summers from May to August is your time. The sun is bright and warm, and the Mediterranean is perfect for a swim. Make reservations two months in advance since this is the peak tourist season. Winter constitutes the low season for tourism in this city. Winter is also the wettest season for Tel Aviv. Apart from the weather, Tel Aviv has a spectacular cultural scene. The city plays host to a broad spectrum of events that cater to every possible taste. Make sure to check the city’s event calendar before making your bookings.

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Monthly Weather in Tel Aviv

Month Avg. Minimum (°C) Avg. Maximum (°C)
January 8 17
February 7 17
March 11 20
April 14 24
May 18 26
June 21 28
July 24 31
August 25 31
September 22 30
October 19 29
November 14 25
December 9 17

Tel Aviv in Winter (December to February)

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The weather is slightly cold and most comfortable during winter. Winter is also Tel Aviv’s rainy season, so be prepared for a few drizzly days. A spike in tourism is experienced around Christmas and New Year. The days are mostly pleasant, but the nights tend to get chilly. The rainfall is usually short and will not disrupt your plans for prolonged periods. Christmas in Tel Aviv is considered to be a truly magical time to be in the city.

Events in Winter 
Hanukkah is usually celebrated in December. It is one of the most beautiful Jewish festivals.
Christmas is an essential holiday in Tel Aviv. The city is a magical place to be during this festival.
New Year is celebrated in Tel Aviv by hosting lots of cool parties and events. However, it is not a national holiday on the 1st.

Tel Aviv in Spring (March to April)

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Spring is a wonderful time to visit Tel Aviv. The temperatures are increasing, and the city is preparing itself for the summer crowds. It is a perfect season to wander around and explore the city. The temperatures are pleasant, neither too hot nor too cold. The sites of tourist attraction are quieter and have lesser crowds.

Events in Spring
  • Purim is a Jewish holiday that is celebrated either in February or March, depending on the calendar.
  • Pesach or Passover is a seven day holiday in Israel. It commemorates the Jews leaving slavery in Egypt.
  • Yom HaShoah is the Holocaust Remembrance Day. It is a mourning day for Jews from all over the world.
  • Fresh Paint Contemporary Art Fair is hosted in the last week of April. Thousands of artists send their works for selection each year.

Tel Aviv in Summer (May to August)

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Summer is a popular season to visit Tel Aviv. A primary reason for this is the beach. The weather conditions are ideal for swimming and sunbathing. June, July and August are the hottest months of the year and flaunt clear blue skies. Summer is also Tel Aviv’s driest season. Heat waves are also quite common, and hence, travellers are advised caution. It is recommended to make your bookings in advance if travelling during summer as Tel Aviv receives the highest number of tourists in these months.

Events in Summer
Shavuot is celebrated in May. It is another important Jewish holiday.  
Tel Aviv Pride is an annual, week-long event that usually takes place in June. The entire city comes to life and celebrates Israel’s LGBT community.

Tel Aviv in Autumn (September to November)

Weather in Tel Aviv
Autumn is another beautiful season to visit Tel Aviv. The comfortable temperatures and lack of summer tourists provide the perfect opportunity to explore the city. Accommodation fares are also relatively cheaper. The weather conditions are pleasant, and the tourist attractions are all a lot quieter.

Events in Autumn
  • Rosh Hashana usually takes place in September. It is the Jewish New Year.
  • Yom Kippur also takes place in September. It is the holiest day in the Jewish calendar.
  • Sukkot is celebrated in October. It commemorates the 40 years that Jews stayed in temporary shelters and is widely celebrated.

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