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About Tel Aviv

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Tel Aviv is the biggest city in Israel and is also the main cultural and financial centre of the country.
Tel Aviv was actually the capital of Israel for a short time, until 1949, when Jerusalem became the capital.
Many ministries and embassies are still situated in Tel Aviv.

The city is known for its beautiful beaches, interesting cultural life, excellent shopping streets and a wild nightlife that goes on until the early hours of the morning.
Important sights include Ben Gurion House, the former home of Israel's first Prime Minister.
Eretz Israel Museum Complex, which contains a number of buildings with superb collections, is also worth a visit.
There is also the Founders Monument, which was specially created to commemorate the founders of Israel, and Independence Hall, the historic building where Israel declared its independence.



Tel Aviv is best known as the White City for its 4000 UNESCO World Heritage Bauhaus buildings.
Many historic buildings have been restored and visitors can enjoy seeing Bauhaus, Eclectic, Brutalism and International architectural styles in Tel-Aviv.
Where? -  Take a stroll down Rothschild Blvd, and Dizengoff and Bialik streets for the best of the White City.



There are loads of museums in Tel Aviv, ranging from large to smaller and more specialist museum. Also , you can find some really unique Street-Art around the city.
Museums - The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Beit Hatfutsot: The Museum of the Jewish People, Eretz Israel Museum, Museum of the History of Tel Aviv-Yafo.
Urban & Street Art - Take a walk in Old Jaffa and Florentine St. to see some of southern Tel Aviv urban street art.



Tel Aviv is a major center of shopping and Fashion.
There are malls, markets, streets dedicated to shopping, boutique shops, 2nd hand stores, and more.
Markets - H'aCarmel Market, Levinsky Market, Jaffa Flea-Market, Ha'Tikva Market, The Crafts Market on Nahalat Binyamin.
Boutiques - Neve Tsedek and Ha'Tachana Complex, Sheinken St. and Kikar Hamedina.
Malls - Azrieli Center, Dizengoff Center.


Night Life

The City that Never Stops - trendy bars, dance clubs and diverse nightlife so you can party all night long.
Clubs - Valium Club , Dream Exhibition, The Cat and Dog, Ozen Bar, Mad club.
Live Music - Levontin 7, Alma de Cuba, Zappa, Barby.
Mega Bars - Galina, Tipsy, Ha'Oman 17, Lehaman Brothers, Markid.
Sport Bars - Mikes Place, Mate, Molly Blooms.


Eat & Drink

Tel-Aviv's range of cuisines some of the most talented and adventurous chefs in the world makes the visit here taste so good!
You can enjoy Middle Eastern falafel balls and Shawama or find a sophisticated european style French restaurants.
Eat -  Brasserie M+R, Catit, Dalla, Herbert Samuel, Manta Ray, Messa, MUL YAM, North Abraxas. Nana,Toto, Shulhan.