Situated along Israel’s Mediterranean coastline, Tel Aviv finds its pulse in beachfront bars and parties. Deviating from its otherwise hedonistic vibe, the city offers an eclectic mix of ancient city walls, Bauhaus buildings, offbeat museums and relaxing promenades.
Set aside some time on your Tel Aviv trip to explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of ‘White City’ that houses the world’s largest collection of Bauhaus-style buildings. You can wander around the alleyways lined with antique and jewellery stores in Old Jaffa or visit handicraft stores and quaint bistros in the district of Neve Tzedek.
A stretch of sandy beaches embrace the striking blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea. You can soak some sun at the Banana Beach or surf along the tides at the Givat Aliyah Beach. The Hilton Beach opens its shimmering shores to the LGBTQ+ community while the Nordau Beach welcomes men and women of the Orthodox community on separate days, respecting their religious beliefs and privacy.
A visit to Tel Aviv is only complete when you experience its bustling nightlife and cultural scene. From grabbing a drink at a laid-back watering hole to dancing until dawn at an underground club – there’s something exciting for every party goer.