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Have fun day or night in the “City that Never Sleeps”, Tel Aviv, Israel

There is so much going on in Tel Aviv that you might find yourself sleepwalking to enjoy its attractions!   It is chic, modern and vibrant city where an international crowd has added to its unique and laid back atmosphere.

The second largest city in Israel, Tel Aviv was founded by the Jewish community in 1909, and was once a haven for Jewish refugees.  It is located on the Mediterranean coast and is blessed with a Mediterranean climate, which means you can visit the city at any time of the year. A global city and an important financial center, Tel Aviv is home to a number of foreign embassies which is why it has a very international vibe to it. The city of more than 400,000 inhabitants draws in over a million visitors annually. It boasts of 25 miles of bike paths, thirteen official beaches, and 4,000 structures that are known for its international style of architecture. Ben Gurion Airport is your gateway to the city. It is the largest international airport in the country and is served by more than 50 international carriers.

Tel Avis will appeal to all types of travelers. It is a city that has a number of attractions best appreciated by history buffs including Old Jaffa, Palmach Museum, Yitzhak Rabin Center, ndependence Hall Museum, Ilana Goor Residence and Museum, White City, Ben-Gurion House, and the Museum of the Jewish People.  Outdoor enthusiasts will love its beaches, Safari Park, Yarkon River and Park Hayarkon, Jaffa Slope Park, Tel Aviv Marina and Sea Center, and the Shuk Hapishpeshim. Shoppers will love the Tel Aviv Antiques Market, Levinski Market, Jaffa Flea Market, Carmel Market, and Nachlat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall. For those who want to party all night, you must not miss having some drinks and partying at Imperial Cocktail Bar, Moonshine, Penguin Club, The Cat and The Dog, Radio E.P.G.B., The Deli, The Block, and Clara.

To enjoy Tel Aviv, you must spend a few days in the city before traveling on or you will regret it! Consult your travel agent for more details.

 

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