Tel Aviv – the secular city of religious Israel
Touristic Tel Aviv with its character and lifestyle is very different from other cities in Israel, and even more so from the capital.
Local people say: “While Jerusalem is praying, Tel-Aviv is strolling” and this is an absolute truth. There is a developed infrastructure of entertainment, transport, clean beaches, a large number of hotels and entertainment facilities, which attract both foreign tourists and local tourists.In comparison with other famous cities on the planet, Tel Aviv is a young city – its mass development and construction only began in the 1930s. Therefore, there are no monuments of ancient architecture here. The main architectural landmark is the old port of Jaffa, which was previously a separate city, and later merged with the territory of the sprawling Tel Aviv. However, the stone streets and buildings of Jaffa only seem ancient, the port was completely rebuilt preserving its authentic style. To get to Jaffa, follow the waterfront or use the city guide.Other popular places worth visiting are the The Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot and the excavations of ancient settlements of the Philistines.The main feature of public transport worth noting is that most routes do not work during the Sabbath – from the afternoon of Friday until Saturday evening. At this time, the tourist can take advantage of a few shuttle buses or call a taxi. On other days comfortable buses and electric trains run.
Gordon Beach (חוף גורדון)
Gordon Beach is located at the end of Gordon Street and Frishman Street and is close to the Gordon swimming pool and marina. The beach is popular with tourists because of its proximity to many hotels.
Bograshov Beach (חוף בוגרשוב)
Bugroshov Beach and Jerusalem Beach are squeezed in here, best known for the seafood restaurant overlooking the beach and the year-round lifeguard service.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art (מוזיאון תל אביב לאמנות)
Tel Aviv Museum of Art is a municipal museum, one of Israel's leading artistic and cultural institutions.
Kuli Alma (כולי עלמא)
Kuli Alma is a music and art-focused nightlife institution nestled into the creative crux of south Tel Aviv.
Sarona Market (שרונה מרקט)
רונה מרקט- טעים להכיר! המרכז הקולינרי המקורה הגדול בישראל, במרכזה של העיר ת״א, סמוך לפארק גני שרונה, מרכז כ-100 עסקים מובילים בתחום הקולינריה.
Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater (מרכז סוזן דלל למחול ולתיאטרון)
Israel's premier center for contemporary dance, located in Tel Aviv. Presenting the best of Israeli & International artists, home to the Batsheva Dance Company.
Rothschild Boulevard (שדרות רוטשילד)
One of city's principal streets, located in the city center. Beginning in Neve Tzedek, it runs north to Habima Theater and features trees, pedestrian and cycle lanes. A focal tourist destination, the boulevard is home to many historical Bauhaus buildings.
Offering air-conditioned rooms in the Tel Aviv City-Centre district of Tel Aviv, Royal Motel is 700 metres from Jerusalem Beach.
Photography store, Home of Lomography Israel.
רשת הדראגסטור המובילה בישראל
רשת הדראגסטור המובילה בישראל
Shenkin hotel is located in the center of Tel-Aviv and offers casually luxurious environment with stylish design.
Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv
Abraham Hostel TLV is a melting pot of cultures, bringing together an international community of travelers and locals. We extend the biblical hospitality of Abraham, the first backpacker, to everyone.
Bloomfield Stadium (איצטדיון בלומפילד)
Bloomfield Stadium is a 14,413-seat football stadium in the Tel Aviv District city of Jaffa, Israel. It is the home stadium of Hapoel Tel Aviv, Bnei Yehuda Tel Aviv, and Maccabi Tel Aviv.