Israel: where ancient history meets modern innovation
One of the oldest and holiest places in the world, Israel is sacred to a number of religions, including Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Its tourist hub, Tel Aviv, boasts some of the most exciting seaside resorts in the Mediterranean and excellent museums like Beit Hatfutsot and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. It’s also home of the Maccabi Tel Aviv, the Israeli football club with the most championships.
Tel Aviv’s action-packed beaches, varied gastronomy and nearby pilgrimage sites make it a must-visit destination for sun seekers, foodies and history lovers alike. Continue reading for tips on what to do in Tel Aviv!
The Tel Aviv Promenade runs along the city’s beaches, from the Tel Aviv port and Yarkon Park area to the marina. Great for biking, bar hopping and watching the sun set over the Mediterranean!
Located just a stone’s throw away from the charming Neve Tzedek neighbourhood, Carmel Market is one of Tel Aviv’s trendiest places to shop, sip an espresso and taste local delicacies.
Just an hour away from Tel Aviv is Jerusalem, where 3,000 years of religious and ancient history unfold at revered pilgrimage sites like the Temple Mount and the Western Wall.
For an experience that takes you off the beaten path, spend a day in the Negev desert of southern Israel. You’ll get to discover sand dunes, canyons, caves and craters, as well as Roman ruins and Bedouin villages.