Tel Aviv
Top Tourist Attractions

Tel Aviv - Top Tourist Attractions

When it comes to top attractions, Tel Aviv has a good mix to offer visitors and tourists. Most places and landmarks in your itinerary will have historical and religious significance but others will have a touch of modern and hip.

Tel Aviv - Top Tourist Attractions

Most places to visit in your itinerary in Tel Aviv, Israel will have historical significance at the same time many will have a touch of modern and hip. When it comes to attractions for tourists or visitors Tel Aviv offers a good mix. Its a modern city with great dining opportunities and a vibrant nightlife too.

Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Tel Aviv may be steep in history, but the Tel Aviv Museum of Art brings a contemporary art scene into the mix. It features the works of Degas, Monet, Henry Moore, Jackson Pollock, Picasso, Van Gogh, and Israeli artists. One thing you shouldn't miss during your visit is the Alois Breyer collection of early 20th-century prints and architectural renderings that showcase the wooden synagogues in Ukraine that were all destroyed during the Second World War.

Carmel Market

Spilling out of Carmel Street and into other areas such as Nahalat Binyamin Street, this marketplace is where shoppers, locals and not, flock to shop for a variety of items, from flowers to souvenirs, from sunup to sundown. Visit during Tuesdays and Fridays and buy unique crafts and items from independent artists and vendors. Carmel Market is close every Shabbat (Saturday).

Yarkon Park

This large park in Tel Aviv draws about sixteen million visitors every year for its natural beauty and stunning landmarks. The Yarkon River flows through the park and all six of its gardens:

  • Gan Nifga'ei HaTeror (Terror Victims Memorial Garden)
  • Gan HaBanim (Fallen Soldiers Memorial Garden)
  • Gan HaKaktusim (Cactus Garden)
  • Gan HaSlaim (Rock Garden)
  • and Gan HaTropi (Tropical Garden)
  • Gan HaGazum (Trimmed Garden)
  • The river then flows out to the Mediterranean Sea.

Among the 6 gardens, the Rock Garden is one of the world's largest of its kind. The 10-acre enclosure showcases the geological diversity of Israel. This makes Yarkon Park, one of the must-visit top attractions in Tel Aviv.

Jaffa Port

Located in Old Jaffa, the Jaffa Port is an ancient port that served as a yacht harbor, fishing harbor, and as a tourism destination, offering visitors restaurants and establishments where they can experience the culture and food of Jaffa. This is where you can feast on local cuisine with the breeze of the Mediterranean Sea blowing your way.

Many private tours in and around Tel Aviv start at the Jaffa Port, going to other top attractions such as Saint Peter Church, Jaffa Flea Market, Neve Tzedek Quarter, and the Rothschild Boulevard.

Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot

Want to know more about the Jewish People, their history and culture? The Museum of the Jewish People is where you should be. It houses Beit Hatefutsoth that illustrates the culture and life of the Jews throughout history across the world.

Check out film recordings, documents, models, interactive multimedia displays, and other exhibits that will take you back in time and then back to the present. Some of the highlights are exhibits about Bob Dylan and around the Ethiopian Jewish community.

Neve Tzedek Quarter

The oldest neighborhood in the city, Neve Tzedek Quarter features old but well-preserved buildings and houses that were first built by European-Jewish settlers. This is where you'll find something funky and hip—restaurant, cafes, boutiques, etc.

There’s more to explore in Tel Aviv. Book a tour and you’ll get to see the best at a pace that you set.

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