About the City of Tel Aviv JaffaTel Aviv Jaffa, or Tel Aviv for short, is the largest city in Israel and has the second largest population in the country. Tel Aviv is the center of finances, culture, communications and art in Israel. Here is the Stock Exchange, Central Bank locations, many consulates and embassies. The National Theater is located here, the Philharmonic Choir and the major newspaper infrastructures.
More than a million foreign visitors come here each year, Tel Aviv is one of the most toured city in Israel. This city is also very accepting and liberal - for the LGBTQ community - and many from this community come here for vacations and visits. These visitors admit to a freedom and Tel Aviv as a heaven for liberality and acceptance of the community and its rights.
In 2003 Tel Aviv was recognized as a World Heritage Site. This is especially thanks to its "White City" appeal, it has the highest density in the world for the German style of building the Bauhaus from the 1920's.
ToursWant to tour Tel Aviv? - We have a few tours all ready for you. Click on the tag Walking tours in Tel Aviv.
Must See SitesWant to see the most popular sites in town? - Click on the tag Must see in Tel Aviv.
With ChildrenA whole family visit? - Click on the tag Attractions for children in Tel Aviv.
FoodUnforgettable meal? - Click on the tag Must eat in Tel Aviv.
TipsAt restaurants in the city it is customary to leave at least a 10% tip, and some would put down a 15% tip.
InterestsInterested in certain things? - Click on the tag Interests.
Israel Country Code+972
SavingsSupermarkets - The chain Cofix offers a variety of items all for 5 NIS, almost everything is a making a meal for vacations.
Free Events - Find the group "Free Entrance in Tel Aviv Jaffa" on facebook or the website " Tel Aviv for Free" at the link below.
For Public Transportation - But a loadable ticket for the enterity of your trip in Tel Aviv.
Discounts are Various Locations - Use either a student card or pensioner card.
Picnics - Yarkon Park and Park South are great places to have picnics. Also in the large parks around Tel Aviv are big and relaxing spaces.
ShoppingOn Allenby Street there are looks for stores with great finds at great prices. Also King George Street is the beginning of the Carmel Market. Dizengoff Center has many options, and it is a nice way to cool down in summer (there is also the Azrieli Mall if you are looking to cool down).
EntertainmentAt areas like the Tel Aviv Port or Sarona Market you can find many wonderful restaurants and cafes. The "Haoman 17" club in Tel Aviv is recommended for dancing, as well as other clubs around the port.
Electric OutletsThe possible types of plug are Type C and Type H.