Category Archives: Days Out in Tel Aviv

HaTachana HaTachana


For a period of about 400 years that ended in the First World War, the whole of the Middle East was occupied under the rule of the Ottoman Empire based out of Istanbul. Israel’s landscape still holds many reminders of those times. One of the nicest…
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Yarkon Park Yarkon Park


The Yarkon river meets the sea just north of the port. Turn right after the port an enjoy this long green park. The park itself runs around 10Km in land and the scenery and human scenery changes, along the river, by time of day and depending…
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Tel Aviv Museums Tel Aviv Museums


There are many fine museums easily accessible in Tel Aviv. Here are some of the popular ones: Rabin Center The Rabin Center is dedicated to the life , work and legacy of Yitzhak Rabin, Palmach Leader, Chief of the General Staff (Six Day War) and assassinated…
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Tel Aviv Port Tel Aviv Port


Tel Aviv Port is a  happening place – the renovated the port area and building are now full of trendy shops, cafés and also clubs after dark.   Enjoy the wooden broad walk (careful when wet) and the views. There are eclectic groups of passers by,…
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Tel Aviv Beaches Tel Aviv Beaches


One of the main attractions of Tel Aviv are the miles of beautiful beaches, swimming in the Mediterranean and of course walking from one beach to next along The Tayelet.  These are the main Tel Aviv Beaches and you can see their location on our Tel…
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Bauhaus in the White City Bauhaus in the White City


Bauhaus in Tel Aviv Central Tel Aviv has the world’s largest collection of Bauhaus style buildings.  The International Modern Style of architecture appeared in Europe in the years immediately following World War One.  Its greatest exponent was the Bauhaus School of Arts, Design and Architecture, founded…
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