Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is Israel's second city and the country's cultural and commercial capital. It was founded in 1909 as a suburb north of the ancient city of Jaffa, believed to be the oldest port in the world. The suburb grew and grew, and eventually overtook Jaffa in size, merging with it after Israel's independence to form a single municipality. Today, Old Jaffa is a pretty collection of quaint lanes in the southern part of the city, whilst downtown Tel Aviv lies at the heart of the Israeli hi-tech industry known as Silicon Wadi.

The Tel Aviv beach stretches for miles along the whole western edge of the city. Whether you're into surfing, swimming or just sunbathing, there is a Tel Aviv beach waiting for you to explore! The service road also features the new Tel Aviv Beach Library, possibly the only beach library in the world, where Tel Aviv Municipality have placed a portable public library where the public can borrow over 500 books, in multiple languages.

Immigrants have come to Tel Aviv from far and wide, bringing with them their own styles of cuisine, culture, and architecture. Over the past ten or so years, Tel Aviv has gained a reputation for high quality restaurants and a world-class cafe culture, as well as a superb nightlife scene. This is a 24 hour city with a unique pulse, combining sandy Mediterranean beaches with a buzzing art scene, incredible food, UNESCO recognized architecture, and an international outlook.

Old Jaffa

  • Jaffa Flea Market
  • Jaffa Port & Market
  • Jaffa Lighthouse
  • Jaffa Slope Park
  • Kikar Kedumim
  • Neve Tzedek
  • Israeli Childhood Museum
  • Theater

Modern Tel Aviv

  • Street Art Tour
  • Carmel Food Market
  • Azrieli Observatory
  • Bauhaus Architecture
  • Rabin Square
  • Jewish Diaspora Museum
  • House of Ben Gurion
  • The Etzel Museum