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It's an area of Israel that around 250,000 people call home.
The national capital of Jerusalem is 30 miles southeast of Tel Aviv, while H̱agor lies 10 miles to the northeast.
Dynamic and international, Tel Aviv is famous for Azrieli Center and Old Tel Aviv Port. You'll also be able to see Carmel Market and the Jaffa Port while you're at it!
Get active with the kids at Superland and Gordon Swimming Pool. Want more? Luna Park and Meymadion Water Park will ensure that the good times keep rolling.
Your kids will have a ball checking out the furry, feathered and scaled creatures at the Zoological Center of Tel Aviv-Ramat Gan. If you don't have much time, be sure to collect a map so you can quickly find the park favorites.
To get a real taste for this region, make your way to the Benhaim Winery. Tour the vineyards, wine presses and barrel rooms and learn how sommeliers recognize quality drops. If you don't want a great day to end, pick up a few bottles to enjoy at home.
When the sun is shining, pack some lunch and find a quiet corner at one of the picturesque urban parks, such as Independence Park or Charles Clore Garden. There's also plenty of space to lay about on the grass at the Moshe Drimer Garden and Yarkon Park.
If you are wanting background information about Tel Aviv, ask the staff some questions at Tourist Information Office.
Are you craving some salty ocean air? There's enough coast here to keep you occupied for a day or two. Pack some delicious snacks and head out to Gordon Beach or Frishman Beach. Hilton Beach and Alma Beach are also popular options.
Switch your phone to silent and have a break from the noise of the modern world at Apollonia National Park and Migdal Afek. Andromeda Rock and Ramat Gan National Park are also recommended by nature lovers.
Spend a day or two exploring some of the favored cultural spaces nearby. Enjoy the contemplative atmosphere as you check out the different displays at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art and the Eretz Israel Museum. Another two to consider are the Museum of the Jewish People and the Palmach Museum.
Broaden your knowledge on the field of science as you examine the great range of artifacts and models at Azrieli Observatory and Givatayim Observatory.
Want to check out some art? You'll find galleries of all kinds here. Swing by the Gordon Gallery and the Ilana Goor Museum and see the best of what this creative enclave has to offer. The Nachum Gutman Museum of Art and the Maria and Michael Museum of Russian Art are also well worth a look if you can fit them in.
There's always a new twist on the past at the Ben Gurion House. If that interests you, you should also take a look at the variety of interesting items on display at the Ben Gurion House and the Rishon Le-Zion Museum.
Step back through the ages with a trip to the Yitzhak Rabin Center and the Independence Hall Museum, just two of the preserved historic sites here. When it comes to days of old, there's always something else to know. The Rabin Memorial and Bialik House are two more great places to check out.
The spiritual side of the area can be found at the Mishkan Yosef Synagogue and Church of St. Peter. The Mahmoudiya Mosque and Immanuel Church are also interesting religious sites.
Tel Aviv's most popular sights sometimes overshadow its less touristy, yet equally rewarding attractions. Rabin Square and Dizengoff Square are recommended options. Also, contemplate a trip to the Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center and Tel Aviv City Hall if your schedule allows.
The Expedia Tel Aviv hotels guide features as many as 199 opulent and more affordable hotel and apartment options, so you should have no trouble finding somewhere comfortable in this popular destination.
Two of the more premium Tel Aviv lodgings are The Ritz-Carlton, Herzliya, at 4 Hashunit Street, and The Sea Apartments Tel Aviv by different locations, at Herbert Samuel 52. Alternatively, The Hilton Tel Aviv, at 205 HaYarkon Street, and the Dan Tel Aviv, at 99 Hayarkon Street, are some offerings worth checking out if you're traveling on a budget.
If you are here on a stopover and only have time to take in Tel Aviv's must-see attractions, you might find it more convenient to stay at the Crowne Plaza Tel Aviv City Center or the Vital Hotel, Tel Aviv-Business Boutique Hotel, which are both situated nearby Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
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