Tel Aviv is known as one of the best seaside resorts in Israel. Moreover, the city is the business, cultural and economic center of Israel, so it is constantly evolving and transforming. In addition to the magnificent beaches, Tel Aviv can offer tourists a fascinating excursion program with a visit to the ancient quarters of Jaffa, the old port and the picturesque Neve Tzedek district.
Tel Aviv is a dynamic and modern city that keeps old traditions and at the same time open to new trends. Dozens of fashionable clubs and restaurants await tourists on the picturesque city promenade, the ghosts of previous centuries hover in the narrow stone streets of Jaffa, the amazing collection of the Diaspora Museum is saturated with the spirit of the millennial wanderings of the Jewish people, who found their homeland only in the middle of the 20th century.
What to see and where to go in Tel Aviv?
The most interesting and beautiful places for walking. Photos and a brief description.
1. The Old City of Jaffa
Jaffa is one of the oldest cities in the world. The first settlements on its territory existed in the XVII-XVI centuries BC. The city flourished in ancient times, but was destroyed during the Judean War. The restoration took place under the emperor Vespasian. During the time of Arab rule and the subsequent Crusades, Jaffa continued to develop as an important port. In 1268, the city was destroyed by the troops of Sultan Beybars I, after which he lay in ruins for 400 years. In the middle of the 20th century, Jaffa was merged with Tel Aviv.
2. The Old Port of Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv's maritime harbor worked from 1938 to 1965. After the closure, the port remained abandoned for thirty years, until in the 1990s it was turned into a tourist area. Today, restaurants, shops and entertainment venues are open here, comfortable walking areas are organized for visitors. Once a week, the harbor has an antique market.
3. Center of Azrieli
The modern complex, which consists of three skyscrapers, is a triangular tower (169 meters), a round tower (187 meters) and a square tower (154 meters). All structures were erected in the period 1996-2007. The complex was named after D. Azrieli, an entrepreneur of Israeli descent who took part in the creation of the project. On the 49th floor of the round tower there is a panoramic observation deck, from where you can look at Tel Aviv from a height of 182 meters.
4. Neve Tzedek
In the 19th century, the first Jewish settlement outside Jaffa was located on the territory of the modern Neve Tzedek district. Land for the construction of houses were purchased from Muslims. Gradually, immigrants from Europe gathered here and built their homes, so the streets began to resemble the quarters of Krakow, Munich and Prague at the same time. During the 20th century, the area became desolate, but was reborn again in the 1990s.
5. The White City
A group of districts in the central part of Tel Aviv, where the houses are mostly white in color. The main development of this part of the city was carried out in 1920-1950 in the then-popular “Bauhaus” style, which implies functionality, convenience and minimalism. The White City was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List as a monument of urban development of the XX century.
6. Tel Aviv Pagoda House
The building of 1925, which combines the features of several architectural styles. The house was built according to the project of A. Levy for the wealthy townsman M. Bloch. A curious story is associated with its creation, according to which Bloch rejected Levy's original plan and turned to an American architect. But the latter did not take into account the peculiarities of local architecture, so his project was rejected. Then Bloch again came to Levy. In revenge, the architect created a building where he mixed styles from different eras.
7. Palm Museum
The exposition is dedicated to the history of Jewish militant units "Palms", created in 1941 to reflect the possible attack of the Third Reich on Palestine. Units lasted until 1948, then they were included in the newly created Israel Defense Forces. The museum has an interactive format. With the help of videos, projections and special effects, visitors are shown a “revived” story.
8. Diaspora Museum
The opening of the museum was dedicated to the thirtieth anniversary of the formation of the State of Israel. His collection is made up of exhibits that can be used to study the history of the Jewish diaspora scattered throughout the world. The wanderings of the Jews began 2600 years ago, when King Nebuchadnezzar II took Jerusalem and began to forcibly resettle the Jews from their ancestral lands. The exposition is dedicated to various aspects of the life of Israelis in other countries.
9. Museum Eretz Yisrael
Archaeological and Anthropological Museum, consisting of extensive collections of historical artifacts found in the lands of Israel. The exposition consists of several pavilions, where ceramic products, jewelry, coins, dishes, mosaics, tools and other items are located. The museum was organized in 1953 five years after the proclamation of Israel as a separate state.
10. Tel Aviv Museum of Fine Arts
A large art gallery where paintings, photographs, graphic drawings, sculptures are exhibited. Separate expositions are devoted to design and architecture. The museum was created in 1932 on the territory of the house of M. Dizengoff - the mayor of Tel Aviv. Today it is a whole museum complex, consisting of several pavilions and a full-fledged educational center.
11. Museum of Ilana Gur
Ilana Gur is a self-taught artist and a passionate connoisseur of art, gifted with extraordinary abilities since childhood. Due to the peculiarities of development (dyslexia), she was forced to independently comprehend entire layers of knowledge. Throughout her life, Ilana Gur created works from various materials, preferring metal. The museum was opened in 1995 in one of the old quarters of Jaffa in the house where the hotel for pilgrims previously worked.
12. Israel Defense Forces Museum
The main military museum of Israel, founded in the 1950s by D. Ben-Gurion, one of the founders of the State of Israel. The museum collection consists of various weapons, ammunition, equipment and military trophies obtained, including in the process of confronting terrorist organizations. In a separate part, a collection of gifts received by the ministers of defense and a fleet of government vehicles are highlighted.
13. Jaffa Clock Tower
The tower was erected at the beginning of the 20th century with donations from Jaffa residents in honor of the anniversary of the coronation of the Ottoman Sultan Abdul-Hamid II (at that time the territory of Tel Aviv belonged to the Ottoman Empire). The construction was the first civil construction on which the dial was placed. Prior to this, the clock was installed only on minarets or church belfries.
14. Sarona Market
Covered market, on the territory of which you can "profit" of delicacies. In his many shops selling vegetables, fruits, sweets, cheese, meat, seafood, fish. Also on the market there are cafes, wine boutiques with a large selection of drinks and tea shops. A branch of the Bishulim Culinary School operates at Saron Market, where master classes on cooking unusual dishes are held.
15. Carmel Market
The lively Shuk Hacarmel originated in 1920. Over the years, it has become the largest bazaar in Tel Aviv. The first sellers were Jewish immigrants from Russia who came to Israel after 1917. They opened small shops near their homes and sold products with household utensils. Today, almost all Tel Aviv residents go to the market, as prices here are lower than in stores.
16. Jaffa flea market
A place where they sell antiques brought from different countries. Here you can find things that once belonged to immigrants of the early XX century, lying interspersed with completely useless junk. To find something worthwhile, you will have to spend a lot of time, but the efforts will be rewarded, and the tourist will become the happy owner of a valuable item. The flea market is one of the most "colorful" places in Tel Aviv.
17. Suspended Orange Tree
A pot suspended from ropes, inside which an orange tree grows. It is one of the symbols of the country. The fact is that after the formation of a separate state, Israel began to intensively export oranges, which allowed it to receive good incomes and resolve many economic problems. The local citrus variety appeared at the end of the 19th century and was called “Jaffa”.
18. River and Yarkon Park
The park is located in the northern part of Tel Aviv along the river of the same name. It consists of six thematic areas, including a rock garden, a cactus garden and a tropical garden. The park has many attractions, such as water rides, a bird's corner, sports fields, a children's town and a karting track. You can come here just to lie on the green lawn and read a book or take a walk along the shady alleys.
19. Embankment of Tel Aviv
The entertainment infrastructure of Tel Aviv is concentrated on the waterfront. Even on traditional Jewish holidays, one can find working establishments here. During the day it is pleasant to sunbathe on a well-maintained sandy beach, in the evening - slowly walk along a string of hotels, restaurants and shops, at night - dance in one of the night clubs to the music of fashionable DJs.
20. The beaches of Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv is not only the cultural and economic center of Israel, it is also a popular Mediterranean resort. The entire western border of the city is a continuous sand strip. City beaches are covered with light sand and equipped with all necessary infrastructure for a comfortable stay for visitors. On the coast there is even a special beach for Orthodox Jews.
2. Clock Tower in Jaffa
Separately, I would like to note the tower, it was built over a hundred years ago. Money for the construction was collected by residents of the city. The occasion for the construction was the anniversary date of the accession to the throne of Sultan Abdul-Hamid II. Then Jaffa was part of the Ottoman Empire.
The tower at that time was the first civilian type building on which the clock was placed. Previously, dials were placed only on religious buildings.
3. Antique Market in Jaffa
A unique place in its atmosphere and the number of unique products. In the market you can find antiques from around the world. Getting here, in other words, as if transported in time.
The market sells cool antiques owned by the first emigrants. Also among all the goods - and a lot of unnecessary junk to anyone. In order to find really good products, you have to spend some time. The most important thing you can be sure of is that your efforts will not be wasted! If desired, you can always find a beautiful and unique item.
4. Namal, the old port of Tel Aviv
Looking for what to see in Tel Aviv from the sights? I recommend visiting Namal. This is an old port. He worked for almost 30 years - from 1938 to 1965. Subsequently, his activities ceased and he was abandoned. To clarify, only in the nineties of the last century a decision was made. Here to organize here a tourist area.
Note!The antiques market opens weekly. Here you can buy amazing things.
The port was rebuilt, quiet walking streets were created, numerous tourists await:
There is also a covered market. It is filled with a unique atmosphere, it has a special flavor. Delicious and healthy food is sold here.
7. Yemen district
A unique atmosphere reigns here - unique and memorable. First of all, “antiquities” seem to be floating in the air. It is believed that it was here that modern Tel Aviv was born. In the last years of the 19th century, emigrants from Yemen actively moved to this area. They built all the houses in it.
Yemeni quarter was the first built outside of Jaffa. And it was from him that the modern city later grew.
8. Neve Tzedek
Another area built in the late 19th century. This is the first Jewish settlement created outside of Jaffa. Once the land belonged to Muslims, they had to be redeemed. The area began to be inhabited by Jews coming from European countries. Therefore, the area sometimes resembles the streets of major European cities:
- Munich and some others.
At the same time, one gets the feeling that the styles of several cities are harmoniously interwoven in the streets at once. Interestingly, over the course of the 20th century, the area gradually fell into decay. Due to the fact that the number of people living was rapidly decreasing. And in the 90s of the last century, Neve Tzedek was again filled with residents.
9. Center of Azrieli
In addition to the long-standing architectural structures, the city attracts with modern buildings. What to see in Tel Aviv on your own? Visit the center of Azrieli, which consists of 3 huge buildings:
- A 154-meter quadrangular tower
- A triangular tower 169 meters high,
- round skyscraper - its height is 187 meters.
The buildings were built for 11 years - from 1996 to 2007. The center got its name in honor of a famous businessman who was directly involved in the construction.
Advice!Be sure to visit the 49th floor of a round skyscraper. There is an observation deck. It offers a unique panoramic view of the city from 182 meters.
10. Palm Museum
Dedicated to the Jewish units of the same name. They were organized in 1941 in order to withstand the attacks of Hitler's troops on Palestine. Units existed until 1948. Subsequently, they became part of the newly organized army of Israel.
A lot of interesting
The uniqueness of the museum is its interactivity. History in other words comes to life thanks to projectors and special effects.
11. Diaspora Museum
Its creation is dedicated to the thirtieth anniversary of the creation of the State of Israel. Here are objects, things that trace the history of the Jewish diaspora.
Jews have wandered around the world for over 2600 years. After, the Jews were forcibly started to be evicted from Jerusalem.
12. Museum of Fine Arts
Gallery in which are presented:
- and other fine art.
There are also expositions, the theme of which is architecture and design. The museum was founded - in 1932. It is located on the territory of the house of the former mayor of the city of M. Dizengoff.
13. Ilana Gur Museum
What to see in Tel Aviv on your own? I recommend one more museum. It is dedicated to Ilan Gur - this is a talented, brilliant artist. She had dyslexia, which is why she independently conquered knowledge.
In her works, Ilana Gur used various objects. And also, materials and raw materials, most importantly, she loved working with metals. The museum operates in a former hotel in Jaffa. It was founded in 1995. Since then it has been popular with tourists.
14. Israel Defense Forces Museum
Another museum dedicated to military subjects. It is the main army museum of the state. It was organized in the 50s of the last century. The initiator of its creation was D. Ben-Gurion.
Museum expositions are examples:
- military equipment
- and various trophies captured during various military operations, including those carried out against terrorists.
There is also a separate exposure. It includes items that were received by army ministers from colleagues from other countries. Including a unique car park. On which members of the Israeli government moved.
15. Museum Eretz Yisrael
Do you plan to visit Tel Aviv with your children? I advise you to visit this museum. It is dedicated to archeology and anthropology. Of course, children will be very interested here, as unusual objects are presented here. The expositions themselves are entertainingly decorated. The museum was created in 1953.
17. Sarona Market
An interesting and atmospheric indoor grocery market. On it you can buy almost anything you want:
- fruits, vegetables, greens,
- meat and seafood,
- cheese, milk and other dairy products,
And on the territory there is a branch of the famous Israeli school of cooking "Bishulim." The branch constantly organizes cool workshops. Which reveal the secrets of cooking.
18. Carmel Market
Another market opened in 1920. Today it is the largest in the city. First, the first Jewish settlers opened their shops here. They were from the Russian Empire. Those who left the country after the communists came to power in 1917.
Initially, they opened trading pavilions near their homes and traded products. As well as various household and household goods. Now Carmel is the most visited market in the city. Therefore, the cost of goods here is significantly lower than in stores in the city.
18. Suspended Orange Tree
It would seem interesting in a simply hanging pot in which a tree is planted? Let it be orange.
First of all, it is one of the brightest symbols of Israel. Why? Everything is simple - immediately after the creation of the state, the Israelis actively engaged in the export of these fragrant and juicy fruits. Thanks to this, the country's income has significantly increased. In the future, it was possible to solve most of the financial problems of the country.
20. Local beaches
Are you going to visit Tel Aviv with your children? Do you know what to see? Go to the beaches! It is a full-fledged resort. The western part is a series of cool sandy beaches. They are not interrupted. Everything is created here for a full sea holiday.
By the way!A separate beach operates for Orthodox Jews - here are their own rules and norms of behavior.
21. River and park Yarkon
The park is named after the river. Divided into six zones. Each of them is thematic. Particularly tourists note:
- Tropical zone
- Cactus garden
- Rock garden.
And here there are provided attractions for recreation and entertainment, as well as playgrounds. So there is something to do in the park with the children.
22. Monastery of St. Nicholas
He is in Jaffa. It was built in 1654 and was twice attacked and destroyed. The last time, finally, was rebuilt in 1894. Attracts with its unique architecture:
- slender bell tower
- a beautiful orange facade,
- ease of lines and shapes.
The exterior of the building also deserves attention. There are charming stained-glass windows, and marble walls, and other decorations.
23. Independence Hall
It was here that in the legendary May 1948, Ben-Gurion read the Declaration. To clarify, this document proclaimed the independence of the newly created state. Currently, the Independence Hall is a small, cozy museum. Of course, it is important to all Israelis. After all, documents, objects directly related to the formation of the Israeli state and its formation are presented here.
24. Diamond Exchange
In almost any guidebook of Tel Aviv sights, you can find an excursion to the Diamond Exchange. Most importantly, you will be offered a guided walk. Where you can see with your own eyes how to make diamonds. Here you will also see different types of diamonds. Which you can get yourself here. This is an amazing place that attracts many people from all over the world.
25. Tel Aviv Safari Park
Another amazing place you can visit in Tel Aviv. This time we will plunge into the world of animals. The zoo covers an area of 250 acres. The main feature is that all the animals here are not in cages. They walk freely and interact with each other. The main feature is that all this is located 25 minutes from the center of Tel Aviv.
What to see in Tel Aviv from the sights: in conclusion
Now you know what to see in Tel Aviv on your own and with your children. I am sure that my short review will help you to draw up a rest program correctly. First of all, get acquainted with an interesting city. And I am already preparing for you new interesting and useful articles related to Israel, its culture, and history! See you soon!
What are the sights of Tel Aviv to see first
Thanks to the merger of the two settlements, Tel Aviv and Jaffa, the city received an amazing combination of ancient historical and cultural monuments with modern architectural solutions. To see the sights of Tel Aviv, you need to spend a long time here, which may not be there.
That is why the best attractions of Tel Aviv are presented in the list below so that vacationers can draw up a preliminary plan for their visit. This is a short option for those people who want to see the main pearls of the city.
Tel Aviv sightseeing tours
To get to know Tel Aviv well enough, you need to spend at least a week. If there is so much time, then you can create an excellent tourist route. But what if the stay in a warm country is literally limited to days? How to include a short sightseeing tour of Israel in Tel Aviv?
For this there is an online service Tripster, where the most interesting informational walks have already been compiled for holidaymakers. All excursions presented on the site are perfect for people of different ages and are conducted by experienced Russian-speaking guides. An advantage is also the fact that when booking a selected route, you can limit yourself to an advance payment of 20% of the price. The remaining amount is paid on site to the guide.
2. Neve Tzedek
This is one of the areas of the city that was formed in the 19th century back in Jaffa. He went beyond the city walls. Today it is an attractive place for vacationers due to the presence of a large number of art salons and architectural attractions of Tel Aviv. In addition, this is another location where you can stroll through the narrow streets, enjoying the atmosphere of peace. Today Neve Tzedek is a bohemian place for industrial recreation. The whole area is considered an architectural monument, which visitors and locals enjoy visiting.
3. Embankment Taalet
This long street has become a great place for long walks or bike rides. The embankment runs off the coast of the Mediterranean and connects the old parts of two cities, which now merged into a single one. Several kilometers along the sandy beaches are complemented by various hotels, restaurants, cafes and even an outdoor pool. In the morning, you can also meet many sports enthusiasts at Taalet. Basically, it is popular to practice yoga and running. So for athletes in Tel Aviv there is another advantage - the opportunity to join local supporters of a healthy lifestyle.
4. The Old Port of Tel Aviv
This attraction of Tel Aviv is directly related to the previous one, since the Taalet promenade runs just from the old part of Jaffa to the port. It was built in 1936-1938, and by 1965 the ships stopped arriving here. Until the 1990s, the location remained abandoned until the reconstruction turned it into one of the most visited areas of the city.
The modern design is a lively area that is decorated with bars, cafes, restaurants, shops and nightclubs. Now they come to the old port to have fun and relax. It works around the clock, so you can come at any time.
5. Tel Aviv Museum of Fine Arts
The Museum of Art has collected classic and modern works, including photography, graphics, drawing, design, architecture, music, cinema and much more. In addition to the main exhibition, the museum features a sculpture garden and a youth section. To date, the fund has about 40 thousand items. You can also visit cultural events that take place in this area. In particular, it can be watching a variety of films, solo and orchestra concerts.
Museum working hours: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday - from 10-00 to 18-00, Tuesday and Thursday - from 10-00 to 21-00. Sunday is a day off. The cost of visiting is 50 shekels (896 rubles), for children under 18 years old the passage is free.
6. Palm Museum
The museum is dedicated to the history of the defense units "Palms", which were created in 1941. There were about 1,500 partisans. In 1943, the organization began to operate underground. The controversial history of the troops is now reflected in the form of a permanent exhibition, which appeared in the city in 2000. The building for the museum was built specifically in the form of a fortress. The projection of the feature film with realistic light and noise effects is played inside. The museum is open from 9-00 to 17-00.
7. River and park Yarkon
Two sights of Tel Aviv in one location are immediately presented in a huge park located on the banks of the Yarkon River. For tourists interesting places to visit will be the botanical garden, water park or poultry house. In addition, the park has sports and concert venues, large lawns and several artificial lakes.
Other attractions in Tel Aviv include the Binari Bashi Fortress, which takes history from the Ottoman Empire, as well as the Rock Garden. The park is open for free access to all comers.
9. The White City
This is the joint name of the central areas of the city, which today represent the largest complex of buildings and structures in the world, made in the architectural style of the Bauhaus. In total there are about 4000 houses that are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Beauty is in simplicity - this is how the architecture of the Bauhaus can be described, because minimalism and softness of lines are the basis of this direction. The location should definitely be visited by lovers of unusual architecture and large-scale buildings in the same style.
10. Market Shook Carmel
Shuk Ha Carmel is a variety of products that impress with a variety of tastes. Many locals and, of course, foreigners are happy to visit the market not only to be stingy, but to visit the city’s busiest space. Of the good products, meat and fish, fruits and vegetables, clothes and shoes, and much more are represented. Prices are nicer than in supermarkets, so the place is quite visited. The market is open daily except Saturday. Opening hours: from 8-00 to 17-00.
11. The beaches of Tel Aviv
In the west of the city there is a long beach strip, chosen by visitors. This area is equipped with showers, exercise machines, locker rooms, emergency rooms and toilets. It is very convenient to combine passive beach vacations with active ones thanks to sports fields where you can play volleyball. The beaches are monitored and regularly cleaned.
12. Pagoda House
This place is perfect for lovers of everything unusual. The building received the prefix pagoda due to the unusual and uncharacteristic design for Tel Aviv. Its sloping roof was stylized according to the aesthetics of Japan; modernist, Moorish, medieval Christian and oriental motifs are visible in the design. Three floors combined many architectural styles, turning the building into one of the attractions of the city.
13. Independence Hall
Originally it was the Dizengoff House, where the Declaration of Independence of Israel was signed. The building is located in the historical part of Tel Aviv. Today, the Independence Hall is a museum where exhibits are things related to the signing of the most important document, as well as the history of the amazing Israeli city. The upper floors are occupied by the Bible Museum with archaeological artifacts and art.
14. Nahalat Binyamin Street
Pedestrian Street is one of Tel Aviv's attractions that you can visit at any convenient time. She is famous for the fact that interesting souvenirs and various handicrafts are sold here. Here you can buy interesting decorative elements or decorations. On Tuesday and Friday, various arts and crafts fairs are held.
15. Caesarea National Park
The park is the central part of the ancient flooded city of Caesarea Palestine. A few centuries ago, he naturally found himself under water. Now it is an unusual and unique park, where many attractions are represented. Here you can see the amphitheater, stadium, port with complex infrastructure. Nearby are galleries and museums. It is worth getting acquainted with the computer show "Traveling Through Time", which tells the story of Caesarea.
16. Sarona Market
This is truly a gastronomic paradise in Tel Aviv. The complex is replete with a variety of products, including delicacies from other countries. Here you can buy many types of cheese, fish and meat, pastries, vegetables and fruits, sweets and much more. It’s worth coming to Saron Market at least in order to try something new and unusual. There is also fast food and bars with quality alcohol.
17. Museum Eretz Yisrael
Despite the fact that Tel Aviv is considered a resort center, there are several interesting museums, among which, for example, Eretz Yisrael (Museum of the Land of Israel). Expositions are located in separate rooms - this is the feature of this art space. There are pavilions of ceramics, glass vessels, numismatics, archeology and ethnology.
18. Museum of Ilana Gur
The building is located in Old Jaffa. The museum is dedicated to contemporary Israeli artist, designer and sculptor Ilan Gur. More precisely, this is the house where the artist’s apartment is located on the third floor. The expositions are located on four floors, a roof and in a sculpture garden. In addition to artwork, you can see graphics, video art, installations, design, painting, a collection of antiques and much more.
19. The center of Rabin Yitzhak
The museum is a cultural institution in Israel, which is able to tell visitors the history of the formation and development of the modern state. Large exhibition halls accommodate expositions, divided by thematic blocks. In total, the museum has 1,500 photographs and about 200 documentaries. The design of the interior space of the building, which is a spiral extending inland, is also impressive.
20. Rothschild Park
Ramat ha Nadiv Park is beautiful in that there are many interesting plants growing, an excellent panoramic view of the sea, and neatly decorated paths and benches. A great place to relax from the bustle of the city and enjoy the natural scenery. By the way, this is a good photo zone for beautiful vacation shots.
21. Jaffa Clock Tower
This is one of hundreds of similar structures that has survived to our time. The tower was built of limestone, it contains a clock and a bell. Twice an hour, a characteristic ring is heard. The design is located on the Clock Square in Jaffa, which got its name thanks to this very tower. The design used the Ottoman architectural style.
22. Park "Mini Israel"
The classic Israeli miniature park, which is located in Latrun. It has been open for visiting since 2002. The park features many miniature copies of the country's attractions. This is 350 miniature layouts that are made in a scale of 1:25. You can come here with children and have a good time with the whole family.
23.Jaffa Flea Market
The market is ready to offer tourists a variety of second-hand things and an amazing party atmosphere. Here you will meet antique shops, as well as shops selling figurines and sculptures, restaurants, cafes and bars. Graffiti of amazing beauty will meet on the walls along the road. You can just walk and take vivid photos.
Reviews on Tel Aviv Attractions
Tel Aviv is a city whose name is known in many countries of the world. This was facilitated by a very developed tourist infrastructure, as well as a favorable climate for recreation. The many attractions of Tel Aviv, combined with a special local flavor allowed the area to become a visited and popular destination. That is why reviews about the sights of Tel Aviv are mostly good. The city received high marks from tourists from all over the world, and this allows it to grow and develop.