Travel Guide to Tel Aviv, Israel

Travel Guide to Tel Aviv, Israel – Visit for more information on Tel Aviv, Israel

Tel Aviv have a few nicknames namely “The White City”, “The City That Never Sleeps” and “The Big Orange”. The city is a top tourist city in Israel and is also the second largest city in Israel. Tel Aviv’s real name is Tel Aviv-Yavo due to the fact that the city absorbed the port of Yavo due to Tel Aviv’s growth. Ranked as the ninth best beach city by National Geographic it is no wonder why so many tourists visit Tel Aviv to enjoy its many beautiful beaches. Tel Aviv has also been ranked as the third best city in the Middle East and Africa (behind Cape Town and Jerusalem) and the “hottest city for 2011”. In many surveys the city has been ranked as one of the best LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) destinations in the world.

What to see

• Tel Aviv Museum of Art
• Hayarkon Park
• Tel Aviv Cinematheque
• Charles Clore Park
• Meir Park
• Dubnow Park
• Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theatre
• Great Synagogue
• Elco Tower
• Gan Yaakov (Jacob’s Garden)
• Rabin Square
• Immanuel Church
• Pagoda House
• Herta and Paul Amir Building
• Bloomfield Stadium
• Old Jaffa
• Azriely Lookout
• Dizengoff Centre
• Rothschild Boulevard
• Neve Tzedek
• Joshua Gardens
• Tel Aviv Museum of Art
• Bialik Square
• Gutman Art Museum

What to do

• Eilat Bird Festival
• Festival of Chamber Music in Eilat
• Opeth
• Zorba the Buddha Festival
• Jazz, Wine and Sea Food Festival for Passover
• Ako Festival
• Aviv Israeli Festival
• International Tiberias Marathon
• Khutzot Hayotzer Arts and Crafts Fair
• Jaffa Nights
• IsraWinExpo


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