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10 Reasons to visit Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv is the city that almost never sleeps in Israel being also named a “miniature Los Angeles”. It is very well renowned for having a 24-hour culture.
Despite the city’s small size, Tel Aviv hosts a variety of beaches, museums, historical landmarks, garden parks, and amusement parks that attract families. The city boasts of a wonderful cosmopolitan nightlife including lots of bars, restaurants, cafes, and shopping areas.
Here are some of the most popular tourist spots in Tel Aviv that every visitor should not miss during their tour of Israel:
1. Neve Tzedek – Suzanne Dalal Center and the Station Complex also known as “HaTachana” Complex.
Neve Tzedek is actually the first ever neighborhood built in the city that later became one of the famous neighborhoods. It became so popular because of the art galleries, best restaurants, and designer shops located in the neighborhood.
2. Eretz Israel Museum – This is a historical and archaeological museum composed of clusters that showcase different kinds of arts and crafts. This is a multidisciplinary museum that focuses on Israel’s rich culture and vast history.
3. Jaffa’s Old City – Jaffa is located on along the Mediterranean Sea on the south side of the city. It is unique for its combined features of ancient and modern beauty. Jaffa’s Old City is on top of a hill that overlooks the whole city. It is the location of the famous Ilana Gor Museum and St. Peter Church.
4. White City – This is another must see in Tel Aviv as this was proclaimed by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site. The famous world organization had finally recognized the amazing architecture of the streets, boulevards, squares, and buildings.
5. The Carmel Market and Nachlat Binyamin – The Carmel Market is located in Nachlat Binyamin at the beginning of Shenkin Street behind the Alenbi Road. It is a haven for shoppers as it is full of cheap finds and hustling is common. It will definitely give the best Israeli market experience.
6. The beach and the seashore promenade (“Tayelet”) – As Tel Aviv is a coastal city with all the unique charms that has 14 kilometers of beaches, enjoying what their beaches have to offer is a must. The area is also filled with different cafes and fine restaurants that allow guests to dine overlooking the sea.
Here are some of the famous beaches:
Gordon and Frishman Beach
7. Tel Aviv Port (Ha’namal) – This used to be the region’s main port but is now transformed to an entertainment center but is said to be in the process of restoration once again to serve the public.
8. The cool streets – Being a very lively city 24/7, most streets have something happening every now and then. But the streets that should not be missed are Rothschild Boulevard, Shenkin, Bograshov, Kikar Hamdina, King George, Ibn Gabirol, and Irmiyahu.
9. Hayarkon Park – This is located in the Yarkon River that flows into the Mediterranean Sea. The combination of lush vegetation and the river makes it a pastoral corner right at the heart of the city.
10. Templers House – This neighborhood was built in 1971 and founded by the former Jaffa residents. The main purpose of building the neighborhood then was for it to be situated next to central transport routes.