Tel Aviv Travel Tips
Israel's cosmopolitan, lively capital seems a million miles away from the holy sites of Jerusalem. Culturally, it's a totally different kettle of gefilte fish, so if you're dead set on partying by the Mediterranean shores, pack your volleyball and bathing suit and visit the city by the sea.
Tel Aviv seems to be on permanent holiday, and at any time of day or night you can saunter down a main street and find crowded cafes. With its low-level development and interconnected neighborhoods, a short walk leads you from the glamorous beachside hotels to the exotic Yemenite Quarter to fashionable Rothschild Blvd.
The main attractions of Tel Aviv can be done in a couple of days. The real reason to visit is to escape the hordes and enjoy fantastic cuisine, a heaving nightlife and pleasant tree-lined streets that spill into the Mediterranean Sea. Tel Avivans will tell you it's the greatest city on earth, so spend a few days here and find out why.
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Ultramodern Tel Aviv is a Mediterranean-style beach city, with cosmopolitan cafes, boutique shopping and world-beating museums. The city’s boundless nightlife and 24-hour lifestyle are legendary, but ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, September 2012
There is no shortage of things to do in Tel Aviv ,
but one of the most unforgettable activities is to take some down time
on the beach, which runs along the entire western side of the city along
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, March 2013
The Design Museum Holon in Tel Aviv is truly on the cities hidden treasures. Opened in March 2010, this futuristic looking complex is actually one of the foremost museums highlighting design and ...
Just getting into Tel Aviv ,
Israel’s second most populace city, is an experience in and of itself —
the airport is one of the most secure in the world, with all the
searches, delays, and ...
Israel ‘s Tel Aviv
boasts an array of market shopping options. While prices may not be the
bargain bin steals of other middle-eastern shopping outlets, the wares
are top quality, genuine and ...
A stunning look into Tel Aviv ‘s
history following the six-day war, the Museum of the History of Tel
Aviv-Jaffa takes a deep look into the one of the most interesting cities
in Israel .
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, December 2012
as a country doesn’t typically abide to the western Christian/secular
calendar, so it’s understandable that New Year’s Eve isn’t a national
celebration here. As such there are no ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, November 2012
Founded well before the establishment of the State of Israel (nearly 40 years prior, in fact), Tel Aviv
is easily one of the most populous and influential cities in the
country. It is also a ...
The largest single gathering of Bauhaus and/or International-style
architecture in the world, the so-called “White City” neighborhood in Tel Aviv
earned UNESCO World Heritage Site designation in ...
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