Tel Aviv is a major city of Israel on the Mediterranean coastline. The city one of the top ranked destinations in the world and is visited by over one million international tourists annually for many reasons. The city with many beaches and parks and vibrant night life are the main draw cards of the city.
The ‘White City’ has the UNESCO world heritage status for the multitude of buildings in Bauhaus style of architecture. The city is dotted with a number of museums and art galleries that are worth a visit.
Beaches of Tel Aviv
The beaches of Tel Aviv are often ranked as the best beaches in the world. There are very few countries in the world with prime ocean front location like in Tel Aviv. The long stretches of sandy beaches run parallel with the city.
The long stretches of Tel Aviv beaches are split into a number of beaches like Tzuk Beach, Tel Baruch beach, Metzitzim beach, Religious beach, Hilton beach, Gordon fisherman beach, banana beach, Dolphinarium beach and Alma beach. All the beaches are unique and enjoyable with immense opportunity for sun bathing, swimming, surfing and sunset viewing. There is also a beach which is opened for the religious people, men and women on separate days.
Other Important attractions
1. Neve Tzedek
It is one of the beautiful districts of Tel Aviv that attracts tourists for its architecture, cultural legacy and village like ambience. Tourists who want to spend some time away from the hustle and bustle of the main city can escape here and stroll in the quiet and calm streets of Neve Tzedek where shopping, eating out and enjoying the craftsman ship of the locals is an entertainment in itself.
2. Yarkon Park
This popular attraction is full of fun and entertainment and attracts huge number of tourists. The park named after the Yarkon River that passes through it, is an excellent mix of entertainment and natural beauty, with extensive lawns, sports facilities, botanical gardens, an aviary, a water park, two outdoor concert venues and lakes.
Jaffa the old port town is located on the southern side of Tel Aviv and is one of the oldest port cities in the world. Jaffa is a town that offers beautifully restored buildings, galleries, theaters, cafes, promenades, shops and restaurants. The flea market is the major attractions here. St Peter’s Monastery and Old Fort area are places where you can spend some quite time.
4. Tel Aviv Museum of Art
The ultra modern and eye catchy museum is visited by tourists for its sophisticated architecture. The museum exhibits the works of world renowned artists like Degas, Monet, Van Gogh, Henry Moore, Picasso and Jackson Pollock. The world’s largest collection of Israeli artists’ works is also exhibited here. The museum also hosts temporary art exhibitions.
Make your visit to Tel Aviv memorable by staying in the rooms of Marco holidays Florentine. Centrally located the apartment gives easy access to tourist attractions like Levinsky Market and Independence Hall museum and Caramel market. The well appointed rooms have all the basic amenities for a comfortable stay.