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Pocket Guide: Tel Aviv

Take a trip to Tel Aviv: Israel's vibrant metropolis on the Mediterranean, where you will find wild nightlife, beautiful beaches and grand modern architecture.

A Tel Aviv Beach Holiday

With a hotel in Tel Aviv you can combine a beach holiday with all the trimmings of a city break. There is always something going on at the beaches and the pleasant Mediterranean temperatures are usually between 16 and 24 C. The city offers shopping, restaurants, cafes and a hip nightlife. Check out the fascinating skyline and the modern architecture: examples include the Shalom Meir Tower, the first skyscraper in Israel, and the Moshe Aviv Tower, also known as City Gate, where the diamond exchange is located.

Cultural Gems in Israel’s Capital

Take a city tour, not only of Tel Aviv but also of Jaffa. The former is now united with the ancient harbour city, which has all sorts of historical sites and attractions to offer: a stroll through the old quarters of Jaffa and its flea markets or a visit to a harbour restaurant with freshly caught fish on the menu, for instance.

The white city is undoubtedly worth seeing, with countless bright buildings in the Bauhaus style, erected by architects who immigrated from Germany in the 1930s. The district has been World Heritage Site since 2003. On the corner of Rothschild-Boulevard and Sheinkin you will find plenty of restaurants and cafes, where you can relax during your city break.

A Modern City

Visit the magnificently restored district of Neve Tzedek, which stands out from the modern metropolis. It has maintained its original structures to create a captivating Mediterranean feel that you’re sure to enjoy. Then there’s the younger district of Florentin, where old industrial buildings have been transformed into a modern residential architecture. Florentin is hip, thanks to its lofts, designer shops and trendy nightlife. Nightclubs can also be found in the former port of Tel Aviv at the mouth of the Yarkon River.

Experience for the Carmel market, where local fruits, vegetables and spices are all on offer. Sample the tasty local snacks, such as falafel and humus: these local delicacies will make your trip a culinary delight.

Jerusalem is another great city in the region.

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