A lively and contemporary Metropole in the Mediterranean coast of Israel, Tel Aviv, was built in 1909 and has become popular for its Bauhaus architecture. The UNESCO-designated White City also boasts a myriad of cultures and attractions such as vibrant nightlife in bars and clubs, picturesque beaches, various art communities, the music of different genres, breathtaking sceneries, and history-rich museums. Exciting major events in the city include Tel Aviv Marathon in February, Pride Parade and White Night in June, along with art shows and concerts illuminating the whole place. Here is a guide on the ten fun things you can do in Tel Aviv.
10 – Experience the beach
Be close to the sea as Tel Aviv beaches give you a whole new experience. Float in the Dead Sea’s salty waters or pamper your skin with their mud baths and mineral-rich treatments. Swim safe in both public or private beaches with lifeguards keenly watching. Jog, play beach sports or exercise in the long shores together with cheerful residents.
9 – Reminisce the history
The Clock Tower in Clock Square is a good place to start the historical time travel. It was created by Sultan Abed-el-Hamid the 2nd on 1906. Then, you can go to the ancient Port of Jaffa, which boasts the Andromeda, a series of rocks which served as the natural water barrier during ancient time. Also, located at the Jaffa border is the American Colony built by Christians from Maine.
8 – Visit Holy places
The city’s spiritual places also flaunt both old and modern architectures. Some of these are Salonikis Synagogue, Rabin Square, Great Synagogue, Hassan Beq Mosque, and St Peter’s Church.
7 – Indulge in sumptuous meals
Moroccan, Yemenite, Spanish, Tunisian and local Israeli food are relished in the city’s kaleidoscope of restaurants and eateries. You will never run out of meals to try.
6 – Grab items from sophisticated boutiques
You can shop until you drop in high-end fashion malls including the accessible Neve Tzedek area where clothes and fashion items will not fail to amaze you.
5 – Witness nature’s beauty
You do not have to leave the city to get close to nature. Tel Aviv parks and gardens are right in the centre of the metropolis. Visit Gan Meir, Park HaYarkon, Charles Clore Park, Botanical Garden of Tel Aviv University (TAU), and Park Dubnov.
4 – Discover world-class museums
Beit Hatfutsot, Museum of Art, Bauhaus Museum, Reuven Rubin Museum, and Azrieli Observatory are just a few of the places that highlight notable Israeli arts and crafts.
3 – Walk along the busy streets
Having fun does not mean spending a lot of money. Walking along the vibrant streets such as Bograshov and Shenkin and seeing the multiculturalism in the place is already an adventure.
2 – Take a selfie in wonderful sceneries
Make memories and bring them back home. Take pictures of yourself with splendid views as your background.
1 – Stay in the most accommodating hotels
Be pampered by the warm services and hospitality of Israelis while enjoying your stay. Telegraph suggests Artplus Hotel and Center Chic Hotel.
From the street to the shore, there is a myriad of enjoyable adventures waiting for everyone in Tel Aviv. Tel Aviv flights are more than willing to serve and bring you to this journey.