Now, it's not as though flying on any budget airline doesn't come with some caveats. Despite its super-affordable prices, WOW Air is known for charging tall fees for seat selection, a strictly enforced carry-on and checked bag policy, and all snacks and refreshments from a bag of peanuts to a cup of water. On the other hand, its fleet is relatively new and the airline does not skimp on things like passenger seating and legroom. Just be aware of what you're paying for. (If you'd like more information, check out this detailed guide to the pros and cons of flying WOW Air.)
For what it's worth, it sure sounds worth it. As Gunnar Garfors, a guy who's visited every country in the world, put it best to Thrillist last year: "[Tel Aviv] is probably the least well-known and most underrated '24-hour city' in the world," he said. "Coffee, booze, food, wild nightlife, and cool parties -- there's always something going."