Comment from John Reality
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 inspections that goes along with that — but it’s definitely worth the effort. Among the most interesting sights in the city are the numerous opportunities for indulging in shopping, architectural ingenuity, and restorative port-side refreshments and views. The following suggestions should help get you started.
1. Jaffa Port. Tel Aviv’s pleasant port features a small marina with houseboats and other watercraft as well as a picturesque waterfront. Also nearby are Summit Park (popular with newlyweds and couples), Kedumim Square, Ilana Goor Museum, Andromeda’s Rock, and a noteworthy flea market.2. The White City. The largest single gathering of Bauhaus and/or International-style architecture in the world, the so-called “White City” neighborhood in central Tel Aviv was born after Jewish architects were persecuted by the Nazis in the early 1930s, causing an exodus to the Middle East....
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