Tel Aviv Days Out in Tel Aviv

Tel Hadid


Tel Hadid is an excellent view point overlooking the Tel Aviv Metropolitan Area. Tel Hadid is located on the first ridge of hills area rising east of the coastal plain, and is just behind the Ben Gurion International Airport. The Tel Hadid area was populated for thousands of years and includes many remains from different periods.

Tel Hadid is also the southern edge of the largest "green lung" of central Israel - the Ben Shemen Forest which is an excellent starting point for relaxing, hiking and biking.


Getting to Tel Hadid

Drive on route 444 and turn east 2 km north of the juction with route 443.
The park road will take you into the site.


Israeli Ceramic Exhibition - Eretz Israel Museum Tel Aviv


Arts & Technology

The Sixth Biannual Israeli Ceramic Exhibition in Tel Aviv is currently running at the Eretz Israel Museum located in the Northern part of Tel Aviv.


Ceramic Exhibition Tel Aviv

The exhibition includes the works of 110 ceramic artists and designers under the theme of The Combination of Arts and Crafts with Technology.


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 Aviv Beach Map


Tel Aviv Beach


Rami's Favorite Tel Aviv Art Galleries


Tel Aviv offers a wide variety of art museums and art galleries of all types and sizes. Here are a few of my favorites.


The largest and the most diverse is the Tel Aviv Museum of Art located at the cultural center of the city, just by the municipal library, a theater, and the Opera hall in the Shaul HaMelech Boulevard area.




HaTachana Tel Aviv

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 places is the Jaffa train station (that was the end point of the Jerusalem-Jaffa route).  The coastal railway connected Turkey with Egypt and passed through Jaffa. The train journey to Jerusalem took around 4 hours (and is still a recommended item on the tourist’s itinerary - although it no longer departs from this station.) In 1913 around 183000 people travelled on the line to Jerusalem.


The compound called "Hatachana", ("The Station" in Hebrew) operated from 1892 and was abandoned when the rule of Great Britain terminated at the dawn of the state of Israel in May 1948.