Tel Aviv Travel Guide
Plan Your Tel Aviv Vacation
Tel Aviv, Israel's ever-growing metropolis, would be unrecognizable to its founders, a small group of Jewish immigrant families in what was then Ottoman-ruled Palestine. A skyline of shimmering skyscrapers has replaced the towering sand dunes of just over a century ago. The city is now known for its boxy Bauhaus apartment buildings, theaters, and concert halls, as well as its legions of sidewalk cafés that host overflowing crowds every night of the week.
The major hotels along Hayarkon Street are right on the Tayelet next to the beach. Staying at a boutique hotel in a restored... read more
Tel Aviv is very much a café society. Locals of all ages love their morning, afternoon, and evening coffee time—so... read more
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