Tel Aviv Sights

From the city center, it's easy to head south to Jaffa and its ancient port and lively flea market—to get there the scenic way, saunter along the seaside promenade overlooking the beach—and the other southern neighborhoods like the gentrified Neve Tzedek and the more rough-edged Florentine.

Farther north, at the edge of Tel Aviv proper, lies the sprawling green lung of Tel Aviv, Hayarkon

Park. You'll also discover the city's renovated port area, an ideal setting for a seaside breakfast or a toast at sunset with which to usher in Tel Aviv's famous inexhaustible nightlife.

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St. Peter's Monastery

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Jaffa is famous as a meeting point of East and West, and as soon as you step into this century-old Franciscan church you'll find yourself...

Summit Park

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Seven archaeological layers have been unearthed in a part of this park called Ramses II Garden. The oldest sections of wall (20 feet...

Suzanne Dellal Centre for Dance and Theatre

  • Arts/Performance Venue

A pair of whitewashed buildings—one built in 1892, the other in 1908—make up this attractive complex. The square, designed by noted...

Tel Aviv Museum of Art

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This museum houses a fine collection of Israeli and international art, including changing exhibits as well as a permanent section with...

Tel Aviv Port

  • Park/Playground

Once a cluster of decrepit warehouses, the old port is buzzing with cafés, restaurants, and, late at night, clubs. It ends where the...

Tel Aviv Port Farmers' Market

  • Market/Bazaar

After wandering through the stalls selling organic produce, sample the fresh offerings at eateries like the in-house pasta bar or the...

Tel Baruch Beach

  • Beach–Sight

In the northern reaches of Tel Aviv, Tel Baruch Beach is popular among families with young children because it has a breakwater that...

Weizmann Institute of Science

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On the grounds of one of Israel's finest science research centers, the Weizmann Institute's indoor Levinson Visitors Center and the open-air...

Yefet Street

  • Neighborhood/Street

Think of Yefet as a sort of thread between eras: beneath it is the old market area, while all around you stand schools and churches of...

Yemenite Quarter

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Bordering the Carmel Market, this small area hides several cheap and satisfying third-generation eateries owned by Yemenite families...


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