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Tel Aviv Travel Guide

  • The City that Never Stops

    Tel Aviv, or Tel Aviv-Yafo, is Israel’s tourist hub and a vibrant seaside resort on the Mediterranean coast. Visitors flock to this metropolis for its golden beaches, historic and cultural heritage, food and nightlife scene, and laid-back lifestyle.

Discover Tel Aviv

  • Things to do in Tel Aviv

    Admire the Bauhaus architecture and views of the Mediterranean as you walk, jog or bike along the Tel Aviv Promenade, the ideal starting point for exploring the city. This boardwalk by the sea, which stretches from the Tel Aviv port to the marina, offers access to plenty of restaurants, cafés and beaches.

  • Nature and sport

    Not far from the port area of the promenade is Yarkon Park, the “Central Park” of Tel Aviv, offering recreational activities, waterslides and outdoor concerts in the heart of nature.

    If you’re a soccer fan, catch a Maccabi Tel Aviv match at the Netanya Stadium and support the Israeli football club!

  • Museums

    Tel Aviv abounds with museums for all interests. Among the most popular are the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, military Palmach Museum and Beit Hatfutsot museum of Jewish history.

  • Gastronomy

    Follow the inviting aroma of baked goods, fresh produce and grilled meats to the Carmel Market, or head to Old Jaffa for delicious Middle Eastern street food like hummus and shawarma.

  • Getting around Tel Aviv

    The best and most scenic way to explore Tel Aviv is on foot or by bicycle. Taxis, shared taxis (Sherut) and buses also make it easy to get from one end of the city to another.

  • Neve Tzedek

    With its picturesque narrow streets and beautifully restored buildings, Neve Tzedek is one of the prettiest and most historic parts of Tel Aviv. This neighbourhood is also known for its trendy cafés, gourmet restaurants and designer boutiques.

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