Travel in Israel

Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv - the city that never sleeps, is one of the most vibrant cities in the world, with a unique pulse and special vibe, combining sandy Mediterranean beaches with a world-class nightlife and a buzzing cultural scene. The city offers countless cultural events, music, and dance, internationally recognized architectural achievements, numerous and diverse museums, highly rated restaurants with incredible food, world-famous markets, and excellent coffee shops that are spread all over the city. Go bicycling along the Mediterranean coast and the Hayarkon Park or relax on the beaches just before the sunset after a hard day of shopping. Explore the Tel Aviv vibe in different neighborhoods with culture and graffiti tours, cooking workshops, the Startup Nation theme, and mingling with the locals on Rothschild Blvd. Follow the Biblical story of Jonah escaping ancient Jaffa, and relive David Ben-Gurion declared Israel’s independence in May 1948 in the Independence Hall. Tel Aviv is the first modern Hebrew city in the world, established in 1909, and named after Theodor Herzl’s famous book "Altneuland"- Old New Land. The Hebrew word Tel means an archaeological site, and the word Aviv means spring, signifying both old and new in the land. Tel Aviv is the second-largest city in Israel, with almost half a million inhabitants, but it is Israel's cultural and economic capital and the largest metropolitan center in Israel.

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