Book Cheap Flights from Tel Aviv to Fort Lauderdale
Flying to Israel? Need airline tickets to Tel Aviv? Find hundreds of cheap flights to Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv (TLV)
Ben Gurion International Airport is Israel’s busiest hub. Just 12 miles
outside of Tel Aviv, it served 20.8 million passengers in 2017, and that number is expected to surpass 25 million by 2019.
Boasting a high level of security, it’s rated in the top five best airports
in the Middle East. On top of that, Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel
Aviv (TLV) is undergoing a major upgrade to accommodate the record number
of travelers visiting Israel. The terminal for overseas visitors will see a
388,000-square-foot expansion with 88 new check-in counters spread across
If you're one of the millions of travelers booking flights to Tel Aviv,
what do you need to know about this popular destination? A 2017 survey from
Sleeping in Airports found that "Travellers at Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion airport appreciate the
clean facilities, spacious design, and safe ambiance." Not only that, but
there will be virtually no language barriers since most airport staff speak
three or more common languages.
Getting to, from, and around Tel Aviv
Being a short drive from the city proper, the public transportation system
from Ben Gurion International Airport Tel Aviv (TLV) is bustling. The most
commonly chosen options are by train or by taxi. Trains are used most often
and are more cost effective, but do not run during Shabbat (Friday evening
to Saturday evening). Taxis are available 24/7, a convenience that will be
more costly than traveling by train.
Once you've arrived at your lodging, Tel Aviv has extensive transportation
options. It's an easily walkable city and the most popular form of local
transportation is by bicycle. In fact, there are bike rentals peppered
throughout Tel Aviv. Here's how to get around Tel Aviv:
Foot : Tel Aviv is easy to walk, but it's a big city. If you're trying to get to specific spots, walking is key. If you're going between different districts in Tel Aviv, you'll likely need wheels.
Bike : Traveling Tel Aviv by bike is the most popular, efficient way to travel this modern Middle Eastern city. The city is beautiful, it's laid out in an easily navigable grid, there are tons of bike lanes, and bike rental stations are always close throughout Tel Aviv.
Bus : There are plenty of bus routes around the city (and the rest of (Israel). They're an inexpensive way to get around Tel Aviv and actively experience everyday life, people, and mobility.
Train : Getting around Tel Aviv day to day probably won't require traveling by train. If you're looking to take a day trip outside of town, they're your best option and inexpensive.
Taxi : Taxis are everywhere and Uber is active in Tel Aviv. There are also shared taxis called "sheruts" that seat 7 to 12 people if you don't mind company and you want to save a few shekels.
Car : Driving in Israel can be pretty intimidating. Car rental in Tel Aviv is an option for the bold, but you must hold an international driver's license.
The Best of What to Do in Tel Aviv
The city and surrounding areas have lots of activities that pander to all sorts of moods. From historic places, beaches, bars, markets, restaurants, nightclubs, and museums, Tel Aviv has something for everyone, waiting to be
Beaches : Tel Aviv has 16 magnificent beaches, all of which are clean, well maintained, and begging for you to spend a day in the sun,
sand, and water.
The Tayelet : This 3 mile beachside boardwalk is a gem of Tel Aviv reserved for pedestrians and cyclists taking leisurely jaunts. Free from motorized traffic, it's a pathway of sights that shouldn't be missed.
- Tel Aviv Museum of Art
- Palmach Museum
- Beit Hatfutsot (The Diaspora Museum)
- Eretz Israel Museum
- Joseph Bau House
- Nahalat Binyamin Market
- Carmel Market (Shuk HaCarmel)
- While you're market hopping, don't forget to take an Israel Food Tour.
Touching on every possible thing to do when traveling to Tel Aviv is a
lengthy task, but this should have you pointed in the right direction to
begin. Once you're in Tel Aviv, jumpoff from here! The best travel
experiences come from a little unplanned adventure. Make your time in Tel
Aviv an adventure you'll never forget. And if you still need to book
flights to Tel Aviv, trust CheapOAir to find the best possible airline
Traveling to Fort Lauderdale
This city is on the southeastern coast of Florida and is famous for its
beaches and boating canals. The city receives more than 3,000 hours of
sunshine each year and enjoys a 75 degree average temperature, which is why
Fort Lauderdale is one of the country's top tourist destinations. Before
booking cheap flights to Fort Lauderdale, learn a little bit about this
gorgeous Florida city.
Things to do in Fort Lauderdale:
Fort Lauderdale has so much to offer those who visit. Warm weather, sandy
beaches, and water sports are just some of the amazing ways you can spend
your time in Fort Lauderdale. Whether you're hoping to explore the famous
Everglades or spend time relaxing on a yacht or fishing, Fort Lauderdale
has something to offer any visitor.
- Outdoor restaurants
- Luxury hotels
International Swimming Hall of Fame
- Museum of memorabilia
Hugh Taylor Birch State Park
Riverwalk Arts and Entertainment District
- World class concerts
- Entertainment events
- Unique galleries
Fort Lauderdale Historical Center
- Three historic museums
- Guided tours
- Exotic flora
- Airboat rides
- Gator shows
- Scuba Diving
Famous Beaches in Fort Lauderdale
Deerfield Beach : A northern, award winning, cove-like beach in Fort Lauderdale. Great for adventurous families, offering water ski parks, sand castle building, volleyball, and dining.
Hillsboro Beach : Known as the Greater Fort Lauderdale’s Quiet Escape. Popular for nature lovers who want to see turtle nesting, the Lighthouse, and the famed Barefoot Mailman.
Pompano Beach: One of the warmest and clearest beaches in South Florida due to the bend in the Gulf Stream, Pompano Beach is perfect for people who love to play. There are sports, saltwater fish, and annual festivals like Pompano Seafood Festival and Fishing Rodeo.
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea : Low-key getaway for the old fashioned, charming beach village atmosphere. There is a three-tier natural coral reef system
close enough where you can swim out for snorkeling or diving.
Dania Beach: One of the least crowded and prettiest stretches of water on Greater Fort Lauderdale, Dania beach has an impressive fishing
pier where you can dine and enjoy some amazing views. It’s also great for kayaking, swimming, and picnicking.
Hollywood : Retro cool Hollywood beach stretches 2 ½ miles along the sand. You can bike or walk, dine, and even bring your dog. Part of
the film Marley & Me was filmed right at this very beach.
Hallandale Beach : Perfect for the sporty type, Hallandale beach offers a wide array of outdoor sports, like golf, swimming, boating, and
salt-water fishing. Enjoy gorgeous beaches and exciting nightlife.
Traveling to Fort Lauderdale
The Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is only a 15-minutes drive away from the downtown area
Airlines and Cheap Flights To Fort Lauderdale (FLL):
Looking to book cheap flights to Fort Lauderdale? The following airlines service this popular Florida beach town:
||Delta Air Lines
||Florida Coastal Airlines
||Norwegian Air Shuttle
||Sun Air International
||TAME Airlines (Ecuador)
Getting Around from FLL
There are so many things to do and see in the beautiful city of Fort Lauderdale. There are plenty of available options for transportation provided by the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, including:
- Courtesy Shuttles
- Rental Cars
- Public Transportation
- Taxi Cabs