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 recently renovated port area, an ideal setting for a seaside breakfast or a toast at sunset with which to usher in Tel Aviv's infamous inexhaustible nightlife.

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Andromeda's Rock

  • Geological Site

From Kedumim Square, a number of large boulders can be seen out at sea not far from shore. Greek mythology says one of these (pick your...

Clock Tower Square

  • Clock

Completed in 1906, in time to mark the 30th anniversary of the reign of Sultan Abdul Hamid II, this eye-catching spire imarks the entrance...

Design Museum Holon

  • Museum/Gallery

Israeli-born architect Ron Arad designed this striking, much-acclaimed structure made of rounded ribbons of orange-and-red steel that...

El-Mahmoudiye Mosque

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

When Turkish governor Muhammed Abu Najat Aja built the fountain here in the early 19th century, it had six pillars and an arched roof,...

Ilana Goor Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

Veteran Israeli artist Ilana Goor works and resides in this restored 18th-century house with its romantic stone arches and high ceilings.

Jaffa Flea Market

  • Market/Bazaar

One of many small bazaars surrounding the clock tower in the mid-19th century, the Jaffa Flea Market is the only survivor of that era.

Jaffa Port

  • Marina/Pier/Dock

This small, intimate-feeling marina (one of the most ancient ports in the world) is home to bobbing wooden fishing boats, and a waterfront...

Kedumim Square

  • Plaza/Square/Piazza

The focus of Kedumim Square is an archaeological site that exposes 3rd-century BC catacombs; the site has been converted into a free...

San Antonio Roman Catholic Church

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Although its white bricks look new, this church actually dates from 1932, when it was built to accommodate the growing needs of Jaffa's...

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...

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