The interesting ancient city of Tel Aviv is the cultural and economic center of Israel and the first modern Jewish city in the country. Tel Aviv is filled with more museums per capita than any other city in the world, featuring UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Sites, the highest concentration of Bauhaus International Style buildings in the world and the liveliest nightlife in the country. Visitors can relax on the beautiful beaches and swim in the sparkling blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea, Dine on delicious local cuisine and seafood in the waterfront restaurants, walk or cycle along the promenade and visit all the of the unique areas that the city has to offer.
Recommended Stay: At least 3 nights
White City, Neve Tezdek, Jaffa, Tayelet, Gordon-Frishman Beach, Carmel Market, Migdal Afek, Yarkon Park, Museum of Art, Tel Aviv Port and so much more!