Most of Israel’s most popular attractions are within a few hours’ drive of Tel Aviv. Here are a few of the best options for day trips out of the big city.
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February 28, 2013
The Design Museum Holon in Tel Aviv is truly on the cities hidden treasures. Opened in March 2010, this futuristic looking complex is actually one of the foremost museums highlighting design and contemporary culture.
January 31, 2013
June 7, 2012
Tel Aviv is home to the largest gathering of Bauhaus architecture in the world (the so-called “White City” neighborhood), as well as some lovely beaches populated with tourists and sociable Israelis. Though most visitors flock to the city for its unique culture and opportunities for relaxation, Tel Aviv also offers much in the way nighttime entertainment and excitement. The following are a few options that come highly recommended.
April 26, 2012
Just getting into Tel Aviv, Israel’s second most populace city, is an experience in and of itself — the airport is one of the most secure in the world, with all the searches, delays, and inspections that goes along with that — but it’s definitely worth the effort. Among the most interesting sights in the city are the numerous opportunities for indulging in shopping, architectural ingenuity, and restorative port-side refreshments and views. The following suggestions should help get you started.
April 12, 2012
The largest single gathering of Bauhaus and/or International-style architecture in the world, the so-called “White City” neighborhood in Tel Aviv earned UNESCO World Heritage Site designation in 2003. It’s easy to see why. Located in the heart of the modern city, the neighborhood consists of more than a thousand square white buildings with rounded terraces and pillars, and austere, geometrical roof-lines and facades intended to complement each other in a sort of muted, asymmetrical interplay.