Tel Aviv ranks second after Jerusalem among the largest cities in Israel and it is well known for housing the largest number of foreign embassies. Tel Aviv is a representation of a highly thriving and modernized Israel metropolis. While Jerusalem is the capital city of Israel and home to most of the government departments, Tel Aviv is regarded as the cultural and economic center of Israel. Over the years, Tel Aviv has come to be referred to as a ‘city which does not stop’ mainly because of it’s round the clock culture and nightlife. Most of the clubs in the city remain a hub of activities till morning and you can even see people at the beach as early as 4 AM.
UNESCO World Heritage Site declared Tel Aviv as one of the cultural cities due to the plethora of international style buildings that date back to the 1930s. Being such a big place, you can expect that the city is full of many attractions. You can start with the Old Jaffa which is one of the must-stop places for all visitors in Tel Aviv. The place is well reputed for being where Jonah, the biblical character boarded a ship when he was swallowed by a fish and taken to Nineveh. Besides, it is one of the world’s oldest ports and the highly famous Flea market is located just nearby.
Robin Square is in Tel Aviv and it is the country’s biggest public square and it is also the place where PM Rabin was assassinated in during 1995. Then there is the Jaffa’s Railway Station which is highly visited by tourists interested in learning the historical aspect of the city. There is also a very good shopping area as well and you can buy most of the items that you are interested in. Azrieli Lookout is the best spot to see the entire area of Tel Aviv and get a good feel of the city. The Dizengoff Centre in Tel Aviv boasts of being an iconic shopping center with a local food market that is always very lively on Thursdays and Fridays.
Rothschild Boulevard boasts of having lots of restaurants, cafes, and Bauhaus architecture found along the prettiest street in Tel Aviv. Neve Tzedek is the city’s historical part and houses many restaurants and art galleries of great historical interest. Florentin used to be a neighborhood for the working class but has over the years become a bustling commercial area and one of the most affluent zones in Tel Aviv.
The Tel Aviv University boasts of being the most beautiful and lavish university campus and other nearby attractions include Joshua Gardens and Shore Promenade. Museums are also a huge part of attractions in Tel Aviv such as the Eretz Israel Museum, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, and the Jewish Diaspora Museum. There are also many activities to be engaged in during your visit to Tel Aviv such as beaching and visiting amusement and water parks in the city.