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Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV), Israel

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Surrounding area Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport (TLV), Israel

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    Facilities for the disabled include accessible telephones and toilets, raised pedestrian crossings, ramps and lifts. Lifts and vehicle transportation to the aircraft are also available to disabled passengers, who should contact their airline in advance with any special assistance requirements. Disabled parking spaces are designated in the short-term car parks close to the terminals.

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    ATMs are located in Terminals 1 and 3. Banking and currency exchange services are available in Terminal 3.


    A post office is located within Terminal 3. Public telephones, accepting both cards and coins, are located throughout Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport. Wi-Fi internet access is available free of charge in Terminal 3.


    There are plenty of places to eat at Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport. Among the options are fast-food outlets, bakeries, cafés and full-service restaurants.


    Duty-free shops are located in the departures areas of Terminals 1 and 3. The majority of other retailers can be found in the Square area of Terminal 3. These include fashion boutiques, sports shops, electronics stores and souvenir outlets.


    A 24-hour left-luggage and lost and found service (tel: (03) 975 4436) is available at the western car park of Terminal 3. Individual airline lost and found desks can be found in the Terminal 3 arrivals hall.


    Emergency first aid clinics operate 24 hours a day. Other facilities include a mother and child room, a children’s play area in Terminal 1, and a synagogue in the Square area of Terminal 3.

    Conference & Business

    Passengers with Israel’s El Al airline are permitted to use the King David Lounge (tel: (03) 977 1111) in Terminal 3, which provides internet kiosks and newspapers. First- and business-class passengers with all other airlines have access to a number of dedicated lounges, while other passengers may also use these services for a fee. Meeting facilities are available at most major hotels in Tel Aviv.

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    Airport code: TLV

    Number of Terminals: 3


    Information counters (tel: (03) 975 5555) are situated in the public and departures halls of Terminal 3. In addition, there is an automated service (tel: (03) 972 3332) in English for flight information and details on check-in, parking and transport, while stewards are on hand in the terminal building to offer assistance and information.

    The Israeli Government Tourist Office (tel: (03) 975 4260; www.thinkisrael.com) operates a 24-hour tourist information desk in the Terminal 3 arrivals hall.

    Transfer between Terminals

    A free shuttle bus operates between the terminals and the long-term car park, 24 hours a day.

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    The IATA Travel Centre delivers accurate passport, visa and health requirement information at a glance. It is a trusted, centralized source for the latest international travel requirements. The IATA Travel Centre is the most accurate source available because it is based on a comprehensive database used by virtually every airline, and information is gathered from official sources worldwide, such as immigration and police authorities.

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    Hotels in Tel Aviv


    There are a number of stylish properties in Tel Aviv befitting a city of such artistic vigour, including several design hotels.

    The beachfront has many towering options, while staying in the centre in a restored Bauhaus number is also appealing.

    David Intercontinental

    12 Kaufmann Street
    Tel Aviv-Yafo, 61501
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    Category: Expensive

    With three restaurants, a pool, cigar bar and live music, this is Tel Aviv’s most luxurious hotel.


    205 HaYarkon St. Independence Park
    Tel Aviv, 6340506
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    Category: Expensive

    Perched on a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean, the Hilton is vast and self-contained.


    105 Hayarkon Street
    63432 Tel Aviv
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    Category: Moderate

    Small and homely, Prima is ideally situated, overlooking the sea.

    Dizengoff Suites

    39 Gordon Street
    Tel Aviv
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    Category: Cheap

    This cheerful boutique lies in the heart of the shopping district.