If Jerusalem is Israel’s premiere destination for historical sights, then Tel Aviv is the place to go if you want to experience the country’s modern and vibrant heartbeat. Often referred to as "the City that Never Sleeps", Tel Aviv is a city about lifestyle: every street has something going on, whether it be a hipster cafe, modern art gallery or stunning open-air park. Being a coastal city, Tel Aviv also has some great beaches to relax on, with temperate waters and soft golden sand, the sea front also has plenty to entertain visitors - from open air restaurants to nightclubs and bars.
Tel Aviv receives millions of visitors every year - both business and pleasure. It therefore offers the whole spectrum of accommodation options. Serviced apartments are often the best choice for those spending a little longer in town, as they offer a home-from-home that includes private access and kitchen facilities - ideal if you are looking to avoid busy hotels and the expense of eating out every night. Whether you are looking for a luxury apartment, or functional corporate housing, the Squa.re present a selection of the finest properties in the city - each selected for the high standard of its decor, its range of amenities and the convenience of its location.
There are always plenty of events happening in Tel Aviv, ranging from street parties parties to pop concerts, food festivals and world markets. Most people coming to the city will find that there is something happening throughout most of the calendar, which means the city will be alive with its special kind of social atmosphere.
An often unexpected surprise for first time visitors is Tel Aviv’s array of superb and very unique beaches - some offer sophisticated beach-side services and fine dining, whilst others have the more traditional party atmosphere, with water sports amd beachfront barbeques. beach.
Tel Aviv is also becoming increasingly well known for its thriving nightlife scene- which is quickly acquiring a reputation for being one of the best in the World. There are several nightclubs and bars throughout the city, as well as some more relaxing venues, such as late night cafes and cocktail lounges.
Tel Aviv offers world class dining, with everything from local dishes to international cuisine. Those seeking local flavours can head to HaKosem on Shlomo ha-Melekh, or Abu Hassan by the coast, both offering a good range of classic Israeli dishes. Alternatively, Le Bistrot Français and Popina offer French menus in an up-market setting, or Rustic for those who prefer Italian.
The Ramat Aviv Mall is the place to go for designer labels, with over 140 shops including Versace, Louis Vitton and Ralph Lauren. The Dizengoff Center is a another large mall on the street with the same name. One of the biggest malls in the region, it has over 420 stores and services, as well as several restaurants and a multiplex cinema. Tel Aviv also has several markets, including Jaffa's Flea Market on Olei Zion St and Tel Aviv Port Market.
Most first time visitors head to the Old City, which offers an eclectic collection of Indie shops and quirky restaurants. Likewise, Neve Tzedek is the place to go for an alternative night out. For those interested about learning some of Tel Aviv - and Israel’s - history, there's the Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot and Eretz Israel Museum, or for something more general there’s Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Jaffa Port is another important location, as there are many cultural landmarks in the vicinity, as well as numerous cafes and bistros.
If you need to travel around Tel Aviv itself, then taking the bus s the best option with regards to public transport. Dan cooperative is the local operator and runs regular and reliable routes all over the city. Those staying in town more than a few days have the option to buy weekly tickets, which reduces the cost of multiple trips. The central area however, is fairly small and most people find they can reach most of the sights by simply walking around.
Tel Aviv is one of the world’s leading financial centres and many banking and services firms are based locally. Bank Hapoalim, Bank Leumi and Israel Discount Bank are some of the biggest providers in the city, whilst First International Bank of Israel is the country’s fifth largest. Communications are also big business in Tel Aviv, with firms such as Walla! And Vigilant technologies.
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