It may not be as well-known as its neighboring cities, but Tel Aviv is not less modern. It is pulsating with so much diversity and familiarity all at the same time. All over the city, the sun shines, new restaurants open, and parties are held almost anywhere.
Visiting Tel Aviv will do more than just allow you to experience the rich culture of the Holy Land. It will rejuvenate your spirit, keep you hyped, or give you tranquility. Don't miss these must-see places in your next flight to Tel Aviv:
Walk Through the Streets of Neve Tzedek
Neve Tzedek is blossoming with newly restored houses, boutique shops, and cafés. Visiting the neighborhood is a delight to every art enthusiast as it houses some of the city's premier art venues. Not only is art confined in different galleries, but it is also sprawled in the form of creative murals, covering the streets. Sightseeing on this beautiful side of the city is a must-do for everyone visiting Tel Aviv.
See Where "The Old Meets the New" at Hatachana
HaTachana (The Station), originally the terminal for the Jaffa-Jerusalem railway, has now gained a reputation for being one of the best places to visit in the city. It features sights and sounds that thrill the senses. You can step into some of the best shops and restaurants and see modern art intermingled with bohemian vibes.
HaTachana is located between Neve Tzedek and the Tel Aviv Beach. It is just a 5-minute walk away from the congested areas of Tel Aviv.
Haggle for Best Deals at Carmel Market
The sight of Tel Aviv's biggest market, Carmel Market, is something to behold. With its location accessible to tourists, it's the perfect place to find pretty much everything you'll ever need or want. Here, you can pick up picnic supplies before heading off to your next tourist destination. Practice your haggling skills on a great selection of items.
The Carmel Market spans from HaCarmel Street, which is from Magen David Square to Carmalit.
Visit Tel Aviv Museum of Arts
One of the largest and all-inclusive collections of Israeli art in the world, the Tel Aviv Museum of Arts should not be missed. It features the works of many Israeli artists, as well as pieces of the master painters including Van Gogh, Monet, Chagall, and Modigliani. You can easily spend all day here with the whole family.
The Main Building of the museum is located on Shaul Hamelech Boulevard. Adjacent to it is the Herta and Paul Amir Building.
Indulge Your Inner Child at Lunar Park
Tel Aviv's Lunar Park can be the ultimate destination for kids. It is the biggest amusement park in the country. The carnival is remarkably big and has a number of attractions and rides. All of these are enough to keep any young and old tourists alike busy for hours.
The park is located in Ganei Hata'aruha or the Israel Trade Fairs and Convention Center, which is opposite of Ganei Yehoshua.
You will not regret your visit to Tel Aviv as long as you know where to go and what to do. Make your holiday worthwhile by going to these famous tourist spots.