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Top 12 Things to Do in Tel Aviv, Israel

Aishwarya Karwa Aug 2, 2019
Israel's densely populated city, Tel Aviv is a place where history, culture and modern values are knitted together tightly. It is named as the 'Mediterranean Capital of Cool' by the NY Times. 'The White City' has several historic sights that are acknowledged by UNESCO.

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Tel Aviv's sun-soaked beaches lure in travel junkies across the globe. Laze around at the famous Gordon Beach, Frishman Beach and Banana Beach.

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Take a tour of the ancient city Jaffa whose origin dates back to the Bible. Explore its renovated cafes and wonderful art galleries.

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Stop by the Tel Aviv Port (Namal), one of the hottest places in Tel Aviv. Relax, watch and admire the sea waves. The place also hosts classy events and happening parties in the night.

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Take a relaxing walk at the tranquil green oasis, HaYarkon Park located in the outskirts of Tel Aviv.

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Saunter along the scenic boardwalk called 'The Beach Promenade'. You can also set up a chair and watch the captivating beach sunset.

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Listen to the amazing musical orchestra at the Habima National Theater. It offers extraordinary modern philharmonic experiences to its audience.

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Take part in the most popular, the White City Walking Tour, where tourists get a chance to explore Tel Aviv's old streets.

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See the vibrant Fire and Water Fountain, located in the center of the Dizengoff Square. This kinetic fountain is also called as 'The Dizengoff Fountain'.

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Watch the beautiful Fountain Zodiac Signs at the 'Old City of Jaffa'. It clubs together the effects of water, lighting and stonework, representing the 12 zodiac signs.
Catch big events at Tel Aviv's famous public square, the Rabin Square. It is renamed after the late Israeli Prime Minister, Yitzhak Rabin.
Pamper yourself with some upscale shopping. Visit the shopping mall at the base of magnificent complex of skyscrapers at Azrieli Center.
Devour the delectable desserts and fresh fruits at Tel Aviv's largest marketplace, the Carmel Market (the Shuk Hacarmel).