What's the Time in Tel Aviv?
Find Out the Time Difference to Your City


Here is the Current Local Time in Tel Aviv and the rest of Israel:





Differences between Time in Tel Aviv
and Cities Around the World


Find the city nearest yours in the list below of time differences between Tel Aviv and major cities around the world.

The list is divided by Continent/Region and then by country. Near the time difference is a plus (+) or minus (-) sign.

  • A + plus sign - means that the city is east of Tel Aviv and the time is later in the day by the number of hours shown.
  • A - minus sign - means that the city is west of Tel Aviv and the time is earlier in the day by the number of hours shown.

Further down, we will explain about possible time discrepancies due to daylight savings hour.



Time Difference to Africa and the Middle East

  • Egypt, Cairo -  same time
  • Kenya, Nairobi - same time
  • Nigeria, Lagos - - 2 hours
  • South Africa, Johannesburg - same time
  • United Arab Emirates, Dubai  - + 2 hours

Time Difference to Asia Pacific

  • Australia, Melbourne - +9 hours
  • China, Beijing - +6 hours
  • Hong Kong - +6 hours
  • India, Mumbai - +3 1/2 hours
  • New Zealand, Auckland - +11 hours
  • Singapore - +6 hours
  • South Korea, Seoul - +7 hours

Time Difference to Europe

  • Austria, Vienna  - +1 hour
  • Belarus, Minsk  - +1 hour
  • Greece, Athens  - same time
  • Netherlands, Amsterdam - –1 hour
  • Portugal, Lisbon - -2 hours
  • France, Paris - –1 hour
  • Russia, Moscow - +2 hours
  • UK, London - –2 hours



Time Difference to the Americas

North America

  • Canada, Toronto - -7 hours
  • United States, New York - -7 hours
  • United States, Chicago - -8 hours
  • United States, Phoenix - - 9 hours
  • United States, Los Angeles - –10 hours


Central and South America

  • Argentina, Buenos Aires - -5 hours
  • Brazil, Rio de Janeiro - –4 hours
  • Mexico, Mexico City - –8 hours
  • Panama, Panama City - –7 hours

Time Discrepancies and Daylight Savings Time

The time differences listed above may be off by one hour for a few weeks in late March and April, and then again in late September and October.

Due to Israeli internal politics (a long story), Israel usually begins Daylight Savings Time (DST) in the spring after most other countries, and ends DST in the autumn earlier than most other countries.


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