Tel Aviv, which annually attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists from around the world, is no exception. Of course, for the vast majority of visitors its number one attraction are sandy beaches. The city also features most important museums in the country, dedicated to modern art, graphic design and photography, as well as the rich Jewish ethnography in the Museum Eretz. The old port Today, the old harbour is the popular fashionable place known in the city. It is located in the northern part of the city's famous waterfront. It is a great place to stroll at any time of the day. People from all over the country, young couples, families with children and tourists come here to just spend time, breathe in the fresh sea breeze, eat and dance. Former warehouses are converted into trendy restaurants, net cafes, night bars, clubs and popular shops, most of which even works on Saturdays, so that Port lives 24 hours 7 days a week.
The Old Port
Carmel market is one of the most famous shopping places in the city. Carmel market is a very bsuy market, and a great place to just spend time. This is a real Oriental bazaar-with zazyvalami, noisy and somewhat artistic popular for mountain fruits, Oriental sweets, gifts and, of course, the colors that belong only to the Eastern markets. Here you can buy fruits and bread, fish and spices, essential items and souvenirs, umbrellas and jeans, flowers and perfume.
Old Jaffa The Old Jaffa area of Tel Aviv is history itself, even the smell of old Jaffa is something special. This district was renovated in the 1960's, The old city of Jaffa is very beautiful, especially in the sunshine hours, when the ancient stone walls and uneven pavements have a warm reddish-orange hue. It is a great place for an evening stroll through the labyrinth of narrow streets. Today Old Jaffa is primarily a tourist place. Being legendary in itself, old Jaffa, in turn, has several legendary places, like The O'clock, Jaffa Clock Tower at Yefet street, area of Antiquities, Museum of history, the old port, as well as the legendary flea market - without it is impossible to imagine the old Jaffa.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
It is the largest art museum in Israel. It exhibits works by Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet, Henry Moore, Marc Chagall, Salvador Dali, Gustav Klimt, Wassily Kandinsky, Andy Warhol, as well as Flemish and Italian masters. The Museum building was designed by Harvard Professor, architect Preston Scott Cohen. Its 18 thousand square meters of space can be named one of the most innovative areas in the world. The complex, which houses the Museum, located at Tel Aviv Central Library, several art galleries, as well as the audience, which hosts music concerts and lectures on art history topics. In the gift shop at the entrance to the Museum you can buy designer stuff of Israeli artists, and on the first floor of the Museum, in an interactive workshop.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Rothschild Boulevard Rothschild Boulevard is a historic place, every house here has its own story, inevitably associated with any of the people who built the State of Israel. Boulevard is the first city, it stretches from the Neve Tzedek Gabimy square till Habima Theatre to north. This street is called as "Museum of architecture of Tel Aviv". So, the first houses here were built in the style of fashion magazines and directories, in other words, without some of the architectural genre. But in the 1930 's it started building in the Bauhaus style. By the way, the House is in the style of Buhaus and later became a hallmark of Tel Aviv, and even gave the name of the White City. This place is a paradise for chocolate lovers.
The Yarkon Park The Yarkon Park is the largest national park in Israel. It got its name from the River, which in turn is a coastal river of the country. So, the Yarkon River carries its water through seven cities and eventually empties herself into the Mediterranean Sea. The Park, which is located in the North of Tel Aviv, here you can just relax in a decorative green lawns, you can ride a bike, you can even walk or train dogs.
The Yarkon Park
Reaching the Israeli city There are several transportation facilities available in the city that can help you reach Tel Aviv. The international tourists are welcomed by its international airport known by the name Ben Gurion International Airport. Tel Aviv is also known to have a modern network of freeways. So you can easily explore it by hiring a car at airport itself. Parking in Tel Aviv is hard to find so it is better to book a car in an advance if you are booking from a car rental website. For having a hassle free journey a person should try to rent a mini or economy car to explore Tel Aviv.
The public transportation having routes in the city is also considered as another better option to reach the city. The airport trainstation is accesible by desending to the terminal 3, which can lead you to various parts of the city; Taxis are mostly obliged to give a metered ride. And buses are available at a walking distance of several trainstations. For more information about the city visit official web page of Israel Tourism Ministry.