Tel Aviv Museums

Tel Aviv Museums

There are many fine museums easily accessible in Tel Aviv. Here are some of the popular ones: Tel Aviv Museum Any cultural journey in Tel Aviv (or in entire Israel for that matter) won’t be complete without making a visit to Tel Aviv Museum. It is undoubtedly one of the greatest museums … Read more

The "New" Tayelet & Tel Baruch

The "New" Tayelet & Tel Baruch

Recently, a new bridge and Tayelet have been opened that links the northern bank of the Yarkon (by the Tel Aviv Port) with the coast going north towards Tel Baruch beach. This is a long stretch of promenade (over 2.5Km) to the luxury neighborhood of Tel Baruch with much more natural beach … Read more

Cycling in Tel Aviv Port

Between Jaffa and Tel Aviv Port is a five-kilometer-long bike lane along the breathtaking Mediterranean Sea. It is, of course, perfect for biking. Biking is an absolutely an exciting way to spend a day cruising along the seaside with friends. You can do a lot of other things along the way such … Read more

Tel Aviv Port

Tel Aviv Port

Tel Aviv Port (Namal Tel Aviv in Hebrew) is a happening place – the renovated the port area and building are now full of trendy shops, cafés and also clubs after dark.   One day is not enough to soak up the wonderfully easygoing atmosphere and enjoy the Mediterranean Sea breeze. Tel … Read more

Tel Aviv Beaches

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. Or spend the day sweating it out while playing beach volleyball or “matkot” (a beach tennis in Israel) with your friends or … Read more

A Walk in the Historic Neighborhoods of Little Tel Aviv

A Walk in the Historic Neighborhoods of Little Tel Aviv

Neve Tzedek Background In 1887 the first seeds were sown that would eventually grew into the new city of Tel Aviv when a Jewish neighborhood called Neve Tzedek (also Neve Zeddek or Neve Zedek) was established outside the walls of the ancient port city of Jaffa.  Three years later a second Jewish … Read more

Historical Sites in Nitzan

Historical Sites in Nitzan

On the Ruins of Kibbutz Nitzanim For a small place, in the heart of nature, the community of Nitzan (Nitzanim) is extraordinarily rich in tokens from the past. Nitzan is hemmed in by tilled agricultural fields, scented citrus orchards, tall eucalyptus stands and golden sand dunes. Yet amidst this pastoral environment, it … Read more

A Short Walk in Old Jaffa

A Short Walk in Old Jaffa

Our walk begins on Louis Pasteur St. near where it turns off of Jefet St. and heads down towards the port. On the right is a fountain with a sculpture of a whale by the local artist Ilana Goor.  The sculpture was inspired by the bible story of Jonah and the whale. … Read more

Bauhaus in the White City

Bauhaus in the White City

Bauhaus in Tel Aviv Central Tel Aviv has the world’s largest collection of Bauhaus-style buildings. The International Modern Style of architecture appeared in Europe in the years immediately following the First Word War. Its greatest exponent was the Bauhaus School of Arts, Design and Architecture, founded by Walter Gropius in Weimar Germany … Read more

Cycling in Yarkon Park

Cycling in Yarkon Park

The Yarkon River meets the sea at the Tel Aviv port. The Yarkon isn’t the Thames, Danube or the Hudson, but it is set in a stunning green lung running through Tel Aviv – the Yarkon Park. Tel Aviv has all the right things that are perfect for a scenic and comfortable bike … Read more