Tel Aviv

by : Ofir Sahar




Tel-Aviv-Yaffo is usually referred to as Israel's cultural capital. Located on Israel' Mediterranean coastline, it is the main city of the largest and the most populous area in Israel. The city has been named as the most expensive Middle East city to live in.
Tel-Aviv is known as a modern, cosmopolitan city, considered the center of Israel's global economy and business.

Tel-Aviv is a major tourist's destination: known widely for its nightlife and around the clock culture, it is called "the city that never sleeps". The night life in Tel Aviv begins late, with people usually beginning to party at 11 p.m. Its myriad nightclubs and bars make it a wonderful resting place and attraction for tourists around the world.

The city has several public parks and promenades (the Yarkon park, Dizengoff park), many malls (Azriely center), museums and theaters (Habima, Kameri, Tzavta and Tmuna). Vacation in Tel-Aviv promises many wonderful experiences.

Tel-Aviv hotels, located next to the seafront promenade, offer beautiful views and high-class accommodations. Among the many hotels are Grand Beach, Dan Panorama and Cariton. Tel-Aviv is known for its openness and youthful atmosphere.
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