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Travel to Tel Aviv to discover its diverse culture, well sought-after food scene, and spectacular beaches! Located on the west coast of Israel, the city is home to a mix of European, Middle Eastern, and Asian residents. Dubbed as The White City, Tel Aviv has a lot to offer for all travelers. Tick off many items on your Tel Aviv must-see list when you explore its early 20th-century modernist buildings, restaurants, and historical ports!

Jaffa Port

Located 2kms south of downtown Tel Aviv, Jaffa Port is one of the most visited historical spots in Israel. Take a relaxing walk around the old Arab port town of Jaffa and marvel at its preserved buildings and well-restored stone architecture. Many of the original bazaar areas are now home to restaurants and artisan boutiques. At night, Jaffa transforms into a lively dining destination where you can try many of the local dishes.
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Carmel Market

Shuk Ha’Carmel or Carmel Market is the largest flea market in Tel Aviv. Opened to the public in the 1920s, the market has everything from spices, everyday produce, pieces of jewelry, souvenirs, cosmetics, and even appliances. Usually packed with local and foreign tourists, Carmel Market has the energy to cheer its shoppers. Don’t miss out on trying some of the local snacks as you walk through the alleys of the market.
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Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Established in 1932, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art is home to a comprehensive collection of classical and contemporary art, especially Israeli art. The museum has permanent exhibitions for some of the leading artists and many of the major movements of modern art. Explore the Herta and Paul Amir Building on the western side of the museum to see striking photography and visual art pieces.
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Hayarkon Park

Established in 1973, Hayarkon Park is a massive green space in Tel Aviv that receives 16 million visitors per year. Some of the impressive sights in the garden include the Fallen Soldiers Memorial Garden, the Tropical Garden, and the Cacti Garden. The Rock Garden, one of the largest in the world, reflects Israel's geological diversity. Within the park, there are 3,500 species of plants, including over six acres of cacti.
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