Tel Aviv Travel Guide

Although it is not the state’s capital, Tel Aviv is considered as Israel’s financial and cultural center.
Tel Aviv is located on the Mediterranean coastline in west-central Israel, it is the second most visited city in Israel with many great attractions for travelers.
It is truly “The city that never sleeps”, with vibrating nightlife, parties and fun, performing art, cafes & restaurants, beaches, public parks, shopping centers and colorful liberal cosmopolitan lifestyle.
On the other hand, unlike many other cities in Israel, Tel Aviv has no holy sites and its history goes back only until 1909.
Tel Aviv was ranked as one the the world’s top travel cities by Lonely Planet (3rd hottest city for 2011), Travel+Leisure magazine (3rd best in the Middle East and Africa, 2011), National Geographic (9th best beach city), and more. It was also declared a “World Heritage Site” by UNESCO as “The White City”.

This in-depth city guide will help you plan your vacation in Tel Aviv and keep you focused on the must-see & do in the city.
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Museums & Galleries in Tel Aviv

Museums & Galleries in Tel Aviv

The modern city of Tel Aviv offers many museums and art galleries. Even if you are a huge fun of art, you cannot see all of them during a single short visit to the city. See our list of top art places in Tel Aviv and the surrounding area.
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