Tel Aviv is a city without a break. At all hours of the day and night, in the second-largest city in the State of Israel – you will find what to do. The town is bustling with life, colorful and fascinating, with various activities that will meet all possible expectations. Sea, shopping, nightlife, and good food are just a small part of a long list of the many things you should experience when visiting Tel Aviv!
Tel Aviv is a large city with a vibrant and urban atmosphere and a liberal and relaxed, business center culture and leisure, located on the shores of the Mediterranean. The town attracts many visitors from all over the country and many tourists from across the globe. Here are the most recommended activities in the city.
Life in Tel Aviv
While it is likely that the first things that pop to mind when mentioning Tel Aviv are entertainment or parties – and not necessarily museums, but in the city, some cultural treasures will surprise you – and they should not be missed.
The Israel Museum, in Tel Aviv, is one of the three largest museums in Israel, a multidisciplinary museum, and, as its name implies, deals mainly with Israeli culture from all periods. The museum has fascinating permanent displays – the ‘Ethnography and Folklore Pavilion’ with Judaica objects related to family and religious ceremonies. Another popular attraction is the Planetarium – which allows curious children and their parents alike to learn and enjoy the impressive artificial ‘SkyDome’ in Israel!
The Jewish People’s Museum, Beit Hatfutsot, has been enriching and telling the Jewish story in Israel and around the world.
An urban and culinary experience
What has not been written about the culture of the cafes, restaurants, bars of Tel Aviv? Apart from the culinary experience and the endless variety of delicious food in various styles, the atmosphere of Tel-Aviv is also an integral part of the experience !.
On Dizengoff Street, apart from Dizengoff Center – supermarkets that work 24/7, laundries, and various services for the residents of the area – you will find old and new cafes, ice cream parlors, juice stalls, and smoothies, bars active until the wee hours of the night and more. Dizengoff Street, named after the first mayor of Tel Aviv – Meir Dizengoff, is a long street and an important and well-known cultural center, where each of the various shops and restaurants has a unique story.
‘Carmel Market‘ and ‘Yemenite Vineyard – Kerem hAtaimanim‘ – the market restaurants offer fresh and delicious street food, as well as home-cooked food that will leave a taste of more. Apart from the market, a tour of the picturesque and renewed neighborhood is also highly recommended – in the ‘Yemenite Vineyard,’ a variety of Tel Aviv cafes and active bars.
Unique urban nature – the sea and the parks
The beaches of Tel Aviv are clean, tidy, and of course, fun. If you visit Tel Aviv in the summer months, bathing in the Mediterranean and relaxing quality time on the city beaches will upgrade any trip!
Finally, we will not forget about relaxing in the city parks of Tel Aviv, – and one of the largest and most impressive urban parks in Israel – the ‘Yarkon Park.’ If you need to take a moment or two of a break from the city without a break, this is the place!
Hiking trails, bike trails, free fitness facilities, the active sports complex, picnic areas, and barbecues, or in short, everything you would expect from a well-kept green park.
Tel Aviv is a surprising and intriguing city, a variety of options and attractions that can be combined for many trips in different styles to suit everyone.