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  • 1

    Neve Tzedek

    32 reviews

    It is a beautiful neighborhood, the first to be built in the new city of Tel Aviv back in 1887. I think it serves as the city’s most stylish zone, a home for Israeli artists and yuppies. The gorgeous architecture of the old houses, packed within quiet narrow lanes, he Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater, located in the ...

    Popular withLocalDesignTrendsters
  • 2

    Caesarea

    20 reviews

    An archaeological treasure set next to the azure waters of the Mediterranean offering a host of photo opportunities. This was King Herod's palace consisting of an ancient port, aqueduct, bathhouse, hippodrome and more. If you dive, you should check out their underwater archaeological dives.

    Popular withHistoryFamiliesDesign
  • 3

    Biblical Tels

    4 reviews

    Meggido is rich in history however you need to climb flies to 200 steps!

    Popular withHistoryDesignStudents
  • 4

    Old Jaffa

    4 reviews

    Old Jaffa is a beautiful historic center, full of art and charm. The apartments looking out over the water are stunning and you can walk the maze of stone streets for hours.

    Popular withHistoryLocalFamilies
  • 5

    White City of Tel-Aviv -- the Modern Movement

    2 reviews

    The reason that Tel Aviv has another title as the White City is because of the large collection of Bauhaus architecture. Most of the Bauhaus houses are located in Rothschild Boulevard but you can see some in Tel Aviv area such as Ramat Gan.

    Popular withLocalOutdoorFoodies
  • 6

    יפו העתיקה

    1 review

    Jafa is an ancient port city. Walking around ancient Jafa is a great way to experience the past. Napoleon also "visited" the area, Jafa is filled with history! Don't miss it

    Popular withHistory
  • 7

    Independence Hall

    1 review
    Popular withHistory
  • 8

    Bialik st

    1 review

    Bialik st. at Ramat Gan, Tel Aviv area is a cheap place to buy cloths. I would not say that the quality is amazing but sometimes you can find good bargains. I go there when I need shoes or feel like shopping without spending to much money.

    Popular withHistoryBackpackers
  • 9

    Ben Gurion House

    1 review
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    Tel Aviv-Jaffa

    Popular withAdventureHistoryBackpackers
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