Tag Archives: Tel Aviv

Best Shore Excursions From Ashdod

February 5, 2015

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The Western Wall in Jerusalem photo credit Cailin O'Neil

The city of Ashdod in Israel is the fifth largest city in the country. Located only 20 miles south of Tel Aviv and 33 miles west of Jerusalem it is also home to Israel’s largest port and with all of these factors combined with the city’s immense history it is also the perfect destination for cruise […]

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Clubbing in Tel Aviv

October 9, 2014

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Local musicians perform at Rothschild 12 in Tel Aviv photo credit Cailin O'Neil

Known for a being a city that never sleeps the locals and visitors alike in Tel Aviv love to party. If you are visiting and want to enjoy part of the nightlife here is a great list of some of the best places to go clubbing in Tel Aviv.

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Best Places for Falafel in Tel Aviv

August 14, 2014

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Falafel and Hummus at the Jaffa Port Market in Tel Aviv photo by Cailin O'Neil

Falafel is a very popular food to eat in the Middle East and in Israel. If you are visiting Tel Aviv soon here is a list of some of the best falafel joints in town.

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Tel Aviv’s Best Markets

May 8, 2014

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The Jaffa Flea Market in Tel Aviv photo by Cailin O'Neil

The best places to get your souvenirs, food and basically any every day item is of course in a city’s markets. Tel Aviv just so happens to have a few that you should check out.

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The Neighborhoods of Tel Aviv

February 13, 2014

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Tel Aviv Waterfront by Cailin O'Neil

Split into nine districts/neighborhoods here are a few of Tel Aviv’s neighborhoods that you should definitely visit.

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UNESCO Sites in Israel

October 24, 2013

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Israel is home to a number of the world’s most significant historic and cultural sites. From the White City of Tel Aviv to the Biblical Tels of Megiddo, Hazor and Beer Sheba, UNESCO has designated as many as eight World Heritage sites in the country. Here is a closer look at what makes these places globally important cultural relics.

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