Things to do in Tel-Aviv

Yarkon Park

In the Netherlands there is a Vandal park, in New York there is a Central park and in Tel Aviv we have the Yarkon Park.

Hayarkon Park is located in north Tel Aviv and the Yarkon River flows through it. The park has sections for running, and cyclists, and of course you can find dog owners out for a walk, and quite a few mothers who spend time there with their children. So if you fancy a picnic, you can enjoy the peace and nature in Hayarkon Park in the busiest city in Israel.

Hayarkon Park | Free attractions in Tel Aviv

A trip on Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv

We recommend you to go for a stroll along Tel Aviv’s most beautiful tree-lined avenue and enjoy a wide variety of colorful foods. Tou can find anything you want on Rothschild Avenue from charming cafes and lively nightclubs to historical museums and endless charming places to sit, relax and connect throughout Tel Aviv life.

Tel Aviv Museum of Art

The walls of this museum are adorned with the most comprehensive collections in Israel of modern, contemporary, and Israeli art. The museum boasts an impressive collection of works of art, diverse temporary exhibitions, exhibitions of photography, design, and architecture, a concert hall, and a beautiful sculpture garden. The museum is built around a spiral 90 feet high atrium. The interior space provides a unique setting for a display of contemporary art, an architecture center, and a gallery.

Jaffa – the Old City

One of the oldest cities in the eastern Mediterranean, the Old City of Jaffa stands on a cliff jutting out of the water, piercing the Tel Aviv skyline. The variety of attractions in Old Jaffa is huge, from mosques and churches to ancient clock towers; Wishing Bridges; Sculptures; Yoga classes; Museums; Galleries; Trendy restaurants, and bars. The possibilities are endless in this new-old city

In order not to miss all the options Jaffa offers we recommend that you take a hotel near the area for a few days in order to fully experience the city.

Old Jaffa | What to do in Tel Aviv

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Carmel Market

The Carmel Market is the largest market in Tel Aviv and is filled to the brim with spices, fabrics, and fresh produce. With dozens of stalls selling fresh meat, fish, fruits and vegetables, etc., you can soak up all the sights, sounds, and smells that the Carmel Market has to offer while searching for the cheapest bargain. The market is especially busy on Fridays, so be sure to arrive early to experience the magic of the market.

Sharona complex

The Sharona complex, a 140-year-old former Templar colony, is the first culinary center of its kind in Israel. An 8,700 square meter market contains dozens of specialty food stores from all over the world. Inside the market, you will find everything imaginable, from Dutch cheese to waffle towers and even Asian rolls. Just outside the indoor market, dozens of clothing stores, books, and of course countless lawns In them you can sit and relax.

Tel Aviv Port

In 2001, the Tel Aviv port was renovated to the tune of NIS 100 million and became one of the largest attractions in Tel Aviv. The wooden deck in the shape of a wave is full of shops, cafes, bars, and leisure centers. Even if you do not feel like dining or shopping, we recommend that you just walk around there to soak up the atmosphere and sea breeze.

Port of Jaffa

Jaffa Port, a culinary, shopping, and entertainment station located in the city’s ancient port is home to various merchants and stalls offering a vibrant and exciting experience inspired by the historical, cultural, and of course culinary heritage of its location. Take a walk in the charming harbor, watch elderly fishermen, and stop for ice cream or a live music show. Jaffa Port Market combines traditional and ethnic elements with modern touches

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Tel Aviv Promenade

Nothing can compete with walking – or cycling – along the beach promenade. There you can breathe the fresh, salty air of the Mediterranean. Old Jaffa seals the promenade to the south and the skyscrapers of the city to the north, it is no wonder that the promenade in Tel Aviv is considered one of the most beautiful in the world. Sit on a bench on the promenade and watch Tel Aviv life unfold before your eyes.

The flea market in Jaffa

At the flea market, you can discover vintage treasures and antique furniture while renewing your bargaining skills. Even just wandering through the clothing stalls, walking around thrift stores, or grabbing authentic street food is enough to make an unforgettable day