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events in Tel Aviv

Upcoming monthly events

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Surfing

KITE & WAVE SURFING

it’s time to wax your surf boards and head down to one of the awesome surfer-friendly beaches in Tel Aviv.
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The Great synagogue

GREAT SYNAGOGUE OF TEL AVIV

In the heart of the city you will find the 2,000-sq.m. beautifully designed Great Synagogue of Tel Aviv.
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Shenkin Street

SHENKIN STREET

One of the famous streets and oldest bohemian strongholds of the city is Sheinkin Street.
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Getting around in the city

Transportation in Tel aviv

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Free Tours

Upcoming Events

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Old Jaffa

OLD JAFFA

Old Jaffa an ancient city that dates back to the Bronze Age and is the starting point of Tel Aviv's evolution.
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Markets

CARMEL MARKET

The Carmel Market, locally known as The Shuk, is the biggest in Tel Aviv offering a huge variety of fresh vegetables, fruits, cheeses, olives, fish and so much more.
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Dizingoff Center

DIZENGOFF CENTER

Dizengoff Center was opened in 1977 and was the first mall in Israel, and it still attracts locals and tourists.
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The new promenade

TEL AVIV PROMENADE

Love the beach? In Tel Aviv you can walk the entire seashore from Jaffa in the south, to the Port in the north.
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Neve Tzedek

NEVE TZEDEK AND HATACHANA

Neve Tzedek and the New Station (Hatachana) Compound one of the most beautiful quarters of Tel Aviv.
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Nachalat Binyamin

NACHLAT BINYAMIN

Nachalt Binyamin is a pedestrian street which starts at the junction of Shenkin St. and Yaffo St. at the Carmel Market and stretches well into the south of Tel Aviv.
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Mussseum of art

TEL AVIV MUSEUM OF ART

Tel Aviv Museum of Art is one of Israel’s leading artistic and cultural institutions.

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Tel Aviv port

TEL AVIV PORT

One of the hottest spots in Tel Aviv is the newly restored Port in the North of the city.
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