• 9 Jan 2019, 19:00
  • Luis

Ryanair launches new route from Tel Aviv to Athens, Bucharest & Sofia!

Ryanair expansion

Ryanair is expanding its route network. The budget airline has just announced new route from Tel Aviv to Athens, Bucharest & Sofia!

Tel Aviv, also called ‘ The White City’ is a modern, vibrant and cosmopolitan destination which can offer a different picture of Mediterranean. Welcome to a sun-bronzed strip of coastline where coffee and culinary innovation are the local obsessions, where residents speak every language under the sun, and where life is lived outdoors and to the fullest…

Start planning your trip with Lonely Planet’s travel guides

New route:
✈ Tel Aviv – Athens (3x weekly)
✈ Tel Aviv – Bucharest (2x weekly)
✈ Tel Aviv – Sofia (2x weekly)


How to book:
Visit Ryanair.com

Baggage policy:
Priority Boarding passengers: 2 free carry-on bags (1 cabin bag 55 × 40 × 20 cm, up to 10 kg plus 1 small bag (40 x 20 x 25 cm)
Non-priority passengers: 1 small carry-on bag (40 x 20 x 25 cm)

In Tel Aviv, Gordon Inn & Suites has a good price and good reviews! Offering a sun terrace and a restaurant, this property is located at just 500 m from the beach and a 10-minute walk from Dizengoff Square. It features elegant, air-conditioned accommodation and free WiFi throughout. The property offers rooms with a private or a shared bathroom, as well as studios and apartments with a fully equipped kitchenette. Some have seating areas and all rooms come with a satellite flat-screen TV.

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