A never resting city, Tel-Aviv has everything!. From the biggest and best selection of restaurants in Israel and two food markets (Carmel Market and Sarona ), combined with unique architectural designs (Eclectic, Modern, Bauhaus , and more..).
Flag Coat of arms Tel Aviv-Yafo or Tel Aviv-Jaffa ( Hebrew: תֵּל־אָבִיב-יָפוֹ – Tel Aviv-Yafo [tel aˈviv ˈjafo]; Arabic: تَلّ أَبِيب – يَافَا – Tall ʾAbīb – Yāfā), often referred to as just Tel Aviv, is the most populous city in the largest metropolitan area of Israel.
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Additional Attractions in Tel-Aviv:
Learn about the American Christian attempt to colonize Palestine in 1866 at the Tour the intersting historical area of the American Colony . East of Tel-Aviv, visit also the Saint Peter and Saint Tabitha Russian Orthodox Church .
Experience the contrasing faces of Tel-Aviv’s markets by strolling along the Carmel Market , Sheinkin street , and Nahalat Binyamin Crafts market , as well as historical Sarona and “Hatachana” – Jaffa Railway Station .
Book a guided tour of the Palmach Museum , the institution devoted to the strike-force of the pre-state Jewish underground.
Feel very cultural by visiting the Jewish Diaspora museum (“Beth Hatefutsoth”) , The Rubin Museum , the Bauhaus Desgin Museum , the Eretz-Israel Museum , (including Tel Qasile ), and the Tel-Aviv Museum of Art .
Possible Activities Near Tel-Aviv:
Explore in the Shephela underground city of Maresha , and crawl in Bar Kokhba caves , mute evidence of the last Jewish attempt for independance in the land of Israel in Antiquity. See nearby Roman ampitheatre at Beit Guvrin .
Drive to the Jerusalem mountains and see the Holocaust memorial “Scroll of Fire” Monument in the “Forest of the Martyrs“; visit the winery “Domaine de Castel“; and a Horse Ride in Ramat Raziel horse ranch.