We shall begin with Jaffa's many versatile alleys with hidden galleries, the flea market, the renovated port and especially the unique sensation of the modern city combined with Mediterranean character.
The historic location of Jaffa’s first train station, inaugurated in 1892 as part of the railway line running to and from Jerusalem. Today, the spot - situated between Neve Tzedek and Jaffa - is just one of Tel Aviv’s noteworthy preservation projects: The original station, train tracks and cars, along with surrounding buildings have been renovated and reopened as a cultural hub. the "Station" is one of the city’s top attractions.
Neve Zedek, the first neighborhood of Tel Aviv offers not only rich history but a half a day of sightseeing the alley ways filled with fancy boutiques, coffee shops, galleries and also the beautiful Suzanne Dalal Center.
Rothschild Boulevard is the main artery of the "white city". The street is filled with buildings in the Bauhaus style. It is the central boulevard in the city and one of the most beautiful and an attraction spot for hundreds of Tel Avivians, Israeli's and tourists everyday.
The Carmel Market, Nahlat Benjamin and Shenkin Street create a tourist triangle worth seeing, especially on Tuesdays and Fridays as there is a street market of unique colorful arts and crafts.
The Tel Aviv Boardwalk is one of the most spectacular in the world. The Tel Aviv 14 Kilometer coastline filled with golden sand, blue waters and modern beach utilities. Access to the beach is free of charge.
The Northern part of the city has many museums including The Israeli Museum, the Exciting Palmach House, the Diaspora Museum which is a must for all Jewish tourists that want to know their roots.
Founded in 1936, this was the first Hebrew docking port established in Mandate Palestine. The port recently underwent a substantial renovation and is now one of Tel Aviv’s most vivacious areas to eat, shop and enjoy nightlife. Its breathtaking waterfront has an undulating wooden boardwalk lined with restaurants, bars and some of the city’s trendiest nightclubs.
Tel Aviv has a rich nightlife (many museums, assorted concerts, dance, theatre, Fringe events and more), a developed night life, very exciting and world known, with a wide variety of restaurants to choose from with different culinary styles for all tastes and pockets.