Tel Aviv is one of the most beautiful holiday destinations in the Middle East. The Israeli city offers plenty of options including activities to do, year round events and cultural festivals, world class hotels and classy restaurants. Located on the Mediterranean coast, Tel Aviv is home for more than 2 million inhabitants. Israel’s third largest city is often renowned as ‘The City that never Sleeps’.
Eretz Israel Museum
Eretz Israel Museum is a largest archeological museum in the country that features archaeology, folklore and crafts of 12th-century BC ruins. Located on the Ramat Aviv neighborhood of Tel Aviv, it is considered as most visited tourist attractions in the country. Built in 1953, Eretz Israel Museum offers wide selection of archaeological, historical and anthropological artifacts.
- Exhibition pavilions
- International sand sculptors
- Midianite temple pavilion
Yarkon Park is a largest national park in Tel Aviv, which attracts more than 16 million visitors every year from across the Country. Featuring various activities includes wide choice of lawns, an aviary, a water park, ports facilities, botanical gardens, two outdoor concert venues and lakes. Situated on the Yarkon River, Yarkon Park consists of six acres of cacti, as well as large selection of orchids and vines also available.
- Family activities
- Outdoor events
- Sports facilities
Yitzhak Rabin Center
Located on 8 Chaim Levanon Street in Ramat Aviv, between Palmach Museums and the Eretz Israel, Yitzhak Rabin Center is a national library and research center in Tel Aviv. Built in 1997, Yitzhak Rabin Center explains life story of assassinated Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
- Designed by Israeli architect
- Life history of Yitzhak Rabin
Beit Hatfutsot – The museum of the Jewish people
Situated on the campus of Tel Aviv University in Ramat Aviv, Beit Hatfutsot the Museum of the Jewish People is considered as one of the modern museums in the world and boasts rich history of Jewish community by using audio-visual displays. The historical museums attract more than 1 million visitors every year. Israel government has upgraded the Beit Hatfutsot museum by using new technologies.
- Audio-visual screens
- Study area on each floor
Tel Aviv – Jaffa Promenade
Tel Aviv Beach is most beautiful seashore, runs along the Mediterranean coastline in Tel Aviv. Stretches 14 kilometers from Herzliya to the end of Jaffa promenade, Tel Aviv-Jaffa Promenade features plenty of options for visitors including cafes, restaurants and many more. Sit back and relax near the Mediterranean coastline that connects Old Jaffa in the south to the northern regions of Tel Aviv.
- walking & bike paths
- classical music buskers
Tel Aviv is ranked as Israel’s top holiday destinations for its greatest assets and unique tourist attraction, as well as trendy shopping malls to dazzling nightclubs. The city is well connected by major airlines like: Air France, British Airways, Emirates Airline, Air Arabia, Gulf Air, Kuwait Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Bangkok Airways, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways, Turkish Airlines, Air Asia