Trip.Expert Team
Born in 1909 and grew into a fantastic, beautiful, and vivid city, where the lights never go out, and the sun is shining even in winter. With an unstoppable beat, unbeatable beaches, friendly people, superb nightlife, and an electric atmosphere, Tel Aviv is a wonderful place to feel alive.

The city is a leading force in Israel's culture, art, finance, high-tech, and architecture. The white city, the compounds of Bauhaus, and the International Style buildings in Tel Aviv grant the city a very special character. Therefore, it was declared as a World Cultural Heritage site by UNESCO. Jaffa and its magical alleyways and port are also adding the city a unique architecture and an absolutely stunning antique charm.

Tel Aviv is over 100 years old and Jaffa's age can be count in thousands, but both have a young and fresh spirit. It is modern but respect, preserve, and restores the past. It is also famous for its great nightlife with bars and clubs that open almost all night long.

The city and its residence also show consistently strong support in the LGTBQ community and have one of the fabulous Pride Parades in the world. It is a favorite LGTBQ tourism destination and is considered one of the best cities for gays to travel to.

Tel Aviv is the place where you will always find delicious food, fun activities for every age and gender, plenty of shopping opportunities, great weather, and maybe even friends for life.
Day 1
Tel Aviv Port
Independence Park
Frishman Beach
Bialik Street
Carmel Market
Kerem HaTeimanim
Day 2
The Clock Tower
Mahmoudiya Mosque
HaPisga Garden
Kdumim Square
Mifrats Shlomo Promenade
Wishing Bridge
Netiv HaMazalot
Al Bahr Mosque
Andromeda’s Rock
Jaffa Port
Suspended Orange Tree
HaTsorfim Street
Flea Market
Neve Tzedek
Old Train Station
Day 3
Rabin Square
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Performing Arts Center
Azrieli Center
Sarona
Habima Square
Rothschild Boulevard
Shalom Meir Tower
Florentin