Tel Aviv

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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  • 1. El-Mahmoudiye Mosque

    Jaffa | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Tucked behind the shops along Jaffa's Clock Tower Square is the El-Mahmoudiye Mosque, whose hexagonal minaret and pink-granite-and-marble fountain...Read More

  • 2. San Antonio Roman Catholic Church

    Jaffa | 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 Roman...Read More

  • 3. St. Peter's Monastery

    Jaffa | 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 steeped...Read More

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