Tel Aviv

Welcome to the land of sun, sand, and sea, Tel-Aviv. It is the number one spot for thrill-seekers and people who want to soak up the sun. But there is more to this place than just a good tan. Kicking off with a non-stop shopping spree and all the way to admire the Bauhaus architecture, the white city is full of breath-taking sites. This city is also recognized as the biggest cosmopolitan hub of Israel and greets 2.5 million visitors annually. 

Tel-Aviv has many things to do and plenty of funky art galleries, but going without a travel itinerary planner will exhaust you. Make a list of places to visit with the Tripety travel planner app to keep a tab on the location to explore.

  • The Nord beach of Tel Aviv is famous for its white sand and crystal clear water. However, the beach has segregated days for men and women. Moreover, it is covered with walls, and women are allowed on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday while men can visit on alternate days. 
  • Most of Israel’s art centers are located in Tel-Aviv, making it the perfect place for those who appreciate creativity. 
  • Tel-Aviv is a city that never sleeps. With shops open 24/7, its heaven for those here to lighten their pockets and buy souvenirs. 
  • Although most parts of the city have tall buildings and ancient architecture, Tel Aviv respects its greenery and has 17% of land comprising green zones. 
  • Tel-Aviv is famous for its mouth-waters desserts, and you can enjoy these from the wide array of Cafés. 
  • Tel-Aviv is the perfect place to take your pet along. Unlike most travel destinations, this city is pet-friendly.
  • The city is decorated with tall white buildings giving it the name of the White City. Thanks to this marvelous architecture, Tel-Aviv is a world heritage site declared by UNESCO.

Tel-Aviv Beaches. The city is well known for its beautiful white sand and crystal clear water that attracts tourists and locals alike. The most popular sandy spots to chill are Gordon Beach, Frishman Beach, and Banana Beach. On weekends these beaches are filled with people, and you can still find clean showers, sun lounges, and sunshades for rent. 

Jaffa. A short walk along the coast of Tel-Aviv downtown, and you can escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Here you can find ancient monuments that are well preserved and scrumptious food to eat during the evening when the city lights up the night sky. 

Flea Market. Famous for its kipa and carpets, this is the spot where you can find cheap and sturdy souvenirs. While the original Bazaar at Jaffa is over-run by restaurants, the city still has many shopping locations to offer. 

Yemenite Quarter. First occupied by Yemenite Jews in the early 20th century, this quarter is a serpentine alleyway that reflects gentrification. If you love the idea of navigating through small areas and closely packed houses, then a stroll around the curvy corners will satisfy you.

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