Tel-Aviv Travel and Hotels Guide in Israel - Tel Aviv The City That Never Rests
Tel-Aviv is the largest city in Israel, located at the center of the country by the Mediterranean coast. Tel-Aviv is a modern city that functions as the center of the commercial and financial life of Israel. Jaffa, an old suburb of the city, is a major tourist attraction. Night life in the city of Tel-Aviv includes variety of entertainments such as: theaters, concerts and night clubs and pubs.
Tel-Aviv & Dan Region :
Tel Aviv has wide beaches with golden sand, exotic markets and exclusive shopping centers - a unique combination and a source of pride for the city. Besides these, there are luxury hotels and international hotel chains that meet international standards, and cater to the tastes and needs of the city's guests.
Tel Aviv has large business districts with modern architecture, amidst old
and intimate streets.
Original Israeli handmade crafts market; Music, Cafes, Restaurants, Great atmosphere and lots of fun.Open every Tuesday and FridayFrom 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Beth Hatefutsoth is a cultural and educational institution providing multiple avenues of personal historical identification.
Beth Hatefutsoth, the Nahum Goldmann Museum of the Jewish Diaspora located at The Tel Aviv University Campus, ausner Street, Tel Aviv,Entrance through Matatia
Gate 2 Tel: 972 3 646 2020, Fax: 972 3 646 2134.
Visiting Hours:Sunday - Thursday: 10:00 - 16:00, Wednesday: 10:00 - 18:00
The Cameri Theater :
The Cameri Theatre was founded in 1944 by Yosef and Yemima Milo, Rosa Lichtenstein, Avraham Bar-Yosef and Batya Lantzet. In 1971, from a theatre owned by and actors council, the Cameri Became the Tel Aviv Municipal Theatre. The theatre is headed by a board of trustees that includes public figures, intellectuals and theatre artists, and is chaired by Tel-Aviv-Yaffo mayor, Ron Huldai The theatre performs at the Cameri Theatre in Dizengoff Street, ZOA House, the Tsavta Hall, The Dohl Hall in Tel-Aviv's Hatikva neighborhood, and at the Anis Hall in Yaffo. The theatre is supported by the Tel-Aviv-Yaffo Municipality, the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport, through the Arts and Culture Division of the Cultural Administration.
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