Top Reasons to Go to Tel Aviv
Lively neighborhoods: Check out Neve Tzedek's pastel-color homes and boutiques, Jaffa's jumble of a flea market, Tel Aviv Port's undulating boardwalk, and Florentine's urban hipster feel.
Mediterranean beaches: Hit the sand, walk along the promenade, or watch the sun dip into the Mediterranean with the locals in the evening.
Bauhaus architecture: Tel Aviv is also known as "The White City" because it is home to the largest concentration of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Explore it on a walking tour.
Nahalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall: Stalls of this twice-weekly street fair offer a range of handmade crafts from pottery to jewelry at reasonable prices.
Israel's best modern cuisine: Inventive chefs have put the city on the gastronomic map—all good news for the hungry traveling foodie.