3 Places You Can Visit in Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv is the second largest city in the country and the first in its district. It made a name for itself as the “city that never sleeps” and “party capital” because of its strong culture and entertainment industry. It is also the home to Israel’s most beautiful beaches. As a one-stop destination, your vacation is sure to be filled with all sorts of adventures.
If you find yourself unsure about what to visit first, here are places that might interest you during your stay:
Jaffa was a port city for around a thousand years, and there is evidence of human settlements since the Bronze Age. Today, it has been revived as a popular tourist destination. The south of the clock tower is the home to many flea markets, locally known as the pishpeshuk. There are many trendy boutiques, storefronts, and roadside stalls. To find the best trinkets and deals, you must take your time. Considering how many people use the marketplace there are bound to be objects that don’t appeal to tourists like bulky furniture and appliances. However, it is amongst those ordinary finds that old antiques and intricate jewelry can be found. After a long day of shopping, take a break at the roadside cafes and bars.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art holds a diverse collection of late 20th-century and contemporary art, with galleries that feature prominent movements of that time. Among their collections, the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist movement is considered a highlight. Their collection holds the works of artists such as Renoir, Degas, Picasso, Van Gogh, Cezanne, and Matisse to name a few. During your visit keep an eye out for a two-panel mural in the foyer. It was made my pop artist Roy Lichtenstein, especially for the museum.
After the overwhelming Jaffa Market and Tel Aviv Museum of Art, unwind in Park HaYarkon. It is the largest green space in the city. It is a popular site for events and concerts. On a lazy Saturday, you can cycle through the park and visit their Sportek Centre which holds many athletic activities. If you aren’t the sporty type, you can visit a lake near Ramat Gan or the Meymadion Water Park. Depending on when you visit you can also go to their annual open-air Opera in the Park or see other international music artists.
During your stay in Tel Aviv, you could also experience the many beaches by finding Tel Aviv vacation rentals. There are short term rentals throughout Israel, and Jerusalem rentals can also be found. By visiting bnbkosher.com, you can select the location you want, like overlooking Gordon Beach or Jerusalem Beach, to wake up to beautiful sunrises or watch sunsets.
With an active nightlife scene, there is always something going on 24 hours a day. You are bound to find something that will make your trip to Israel one you can never forget. There is never a dull moment in Tel Aviv.