Tel Aviv, Israel’s largest metropolitan area, serves as a hub for innovation, culture and creativity. With the city’s beautiful beaches, diverse cultural scene, top-notch cuisine, and vibrant nightlife, there’s always something to see and do here. The city serves as a meeting point between old and new, reflecting tradition and history while embracing innovation, pluralism, and diversity. Beit Hatfutsot is The Museum of the Jewish People: four thousand years of Jewish history unfold in this important museum located at the premises of Tel Aviv University. The Azrieli Observatory is the tallest building in Tel Aviv to enjoy panoramic views of the city. Visitors can use the powerful telescopes to look from above at many city points. The short film shown in the observatory tells the story of Israel using three-dimensional technology. HaYarkon Park is an urban oasis in the heart of the city. Tel Aviv's Central Park with its greenery along Yarkon River is located a stone's throw from the busy center. In the Carmel Market, which is the biggest local market of the city, visitors can get a real taste of Israeli culture finding a variety of goods to buy. Ben Gurion Airport is located 19 kilometers from the city center.
Enjoy a comfortable and safe flight to