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Recommendation for accommodation in Tel Aviv, Israel

 
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Anonymous's pictureby Anonymous General travel tip
added on the 20th of September, 2010
Hi

I travel to Tel Aviv several times a year and I have found that renting an apartment for short term is much cheaper than renting a hotel room. It is also more convenient it lets you feel a part of the city opposed to feeling like a tourist. There are many companies for short-term rental in tel aviv.
I'm happy to recommend one company that provides professional service.
They have clean and beautiful apartments and they are very nice people who love to help, honest and will be happy to assist you with recommendations to good restaurants and nightlife.

Company Name TLV2GO - Holiday apartments and short term rentals in Tel Aviv
You can check out their site
http://www.tlv2go.com
+972-548138700

Good luck

 
 
 
 
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