Attractions in Tel Aviv

What to do in Tel Aviv: A guide to attractions in Tel Aviv
A melting pot of historical culture and modern day entertainment, Tel Aviv is widely considered one of the coolest places to visit in all of Israel. From its lively city center and paradise-like beaches to its Bauhaus architecture and rich history, visitors will find plenty to be amazed by during their time in the White City.

Wondering what to do in Tel Aviv? Here are 10 unmissable attractions in Tel Aviv.

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Without a shadow of a doubt, Tel Aviv’s number one attraction is its white sandy beaches. Whether you’re looking to soak in the sun, enjoy a pleasant stroll, or participate in something a little more energetic, the beach is the perfect place to start.

Old Jaffa
One of the world’s oldest ports, Jaffa is a visitor’s delight. Full of charming buildings, picturesque streets, a thriving arts scene with artists’ galleries and studios, and tasty local cuisine, the neighborhood proves popular with tourists and locals alike. Be sure to check out the Clock Tower, St Michael’s Church, and The Wishing Bridge.

Old Jaffa Port

Neve Tzedek
Tel Aviv’s original neighborhood has been undergoing regeneration in recent years and is fast becoming a popular tourist attraction. Visitors will find chic cafés, galleries, boutique shops, museums, and restaurants in Neve Tzedek.

Neve Tzedek in Tel Aviv

Sarona Market
Located right off of Kaplan St, one of the busiest in Tel Aviv, the Sarona Market is a mix of architectural history and a unique urban experience that fuses culture, entertainment, and leisure. Aside from a wide range of excellent dining options, boutique clothing shops, home design stores and speciality stores, you won't want to miss the incredible food market, where you can enjoy a wide selection of local cuisine, organic products, as well as delicious breads and cheeses.

Sarona Market

Carmel Market
Located near Neve Tzedek, the Carmel Market offer a rich array of fresh food, inexpensive clothing, and eclectic household goods. The Tel Aviv area features a number of bustling markets, but this colorful open-air market is one not to be missed.

Carmel Market in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv has its fair share of museums, many of which prove to be amongst the most popular attractions in Tel Aviv. The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is a popular choice for culture vultures, while Beit Hatfutsot (the Museum of the Jewish People) offers an intriguing insight into the region, its culture and history.

The Old Port (Namal)
Once a hub of marine transport, the Old Port (or the Namal as it is known) serves primarily as an entertainment district today, housing a variety of trendy shops, restaurants, cafés, and nightclubs and even a weekly farmer’s market. It’s a great place to cycle or stroll by the Mediterranean, and there’s plenty to see and do here.

Tel Aviv old port

Dizengoff Street
Shopping proves to be one of the major attractions in Tel Aviv. Throughout the city, visitors will find a plethora of shopping centers and malls, as well as boutique shops, independent retailers, and specialist stores. A good place to start your shopping spree is the legendary Dizengoff Street, where you’ll find all of the above.

Dizengoff Shopping Center In Tel Aviv

Azrieli Observation Deck
For a spectacular view of the Tel Aviv area, visit the Azrieli Observation Deck. From 49 stories up, you’ll be able to see for miles and miles. The views of the Mediterranean alone are enough to see vertigo sufferers overcome their fear.

Tel Aviv nightlife
Tel Aviv has earned a reputation for being a party city, and rightfully so. With bars and nightclubs galore, you’ll find no shortage of exciting nighttime hangouts. The city is also renowned for its vibrant music scene, which incorporates everything from pop and electronica to rock and jazz. The Block (Salame St.) and Zappa Tel Aviv (Raul Wallenberg St.) are amongst the most popular destinations for those looking to dance the night away.

Yarkon Park
If the hustle and bustle of Tel Aviv gets too much for you, take a short car ride out of the city and stop at Yarkon Park. Despite being one of the most visited Tel Aviv attractions, the scenic park remains peaceful and relaxing, enjoys jogging and bicycle paths, and has tons of fun activities suitable for all the family.

Yarkon Park in Tel Aviv

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