The tradition and modernity of Tel Aviv, LATAM’s newest destination
Tradition and modernity: a photo essay on Tel Aviv, LATAM’s newest destination
An Israeli feast: a few steps from the beach in Tel Aviv, the restaurant Manta Ray brings the Middle East closer to the Mediterranean with many options of seafood dishes offered all day
In the Yemenite Quarter, the food gets traditional flavors at bulk markets. Sarona Market is more modern, filled with gourmet shops, like Hamama, and stores owned by renowned chefs, like Israel Aharoni.
Perspective of the Mediterranean from the old port city of Jaffa, now part of Tel Aviv.
One of the most relevant modern art centers in the world, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art is home to an extensive collection of Israeli art, in addition to pieces by such artists as Van Gogh and Picasso. The vibrant façade of the Dan Hotel on Bograshov Beach: a reflection of the lifestyle on the beaches of Tel Aviv.
Getting to Tel Aviv
In December, LATAM started to offer three weekly flights to Tel Aviv from São Paulo. From Ben Gurion Airport, take Highway 1 to go to the city center.