10 Best Things To Do On Tel Aviv Vacationby Kosher River Cruise Kosher Tour Operator
Tel Aviv is one of the hottest destinations in the world right now, and it's not hard to see why. The city has something for everyone: amazing restaurants, incredible beaches, beautiful parks, and a thriving nightlife scene that doesn't require you to wake up early the next morning.
Other than a kosher tour or cruise, one way to make the most out of a vacation is to plan your own. If you're looking for a reason to visit Tel Aviv and aren't sure where to start with your itinerary, here are 10 things we think everyone should do during their stay:
Visit Tel Aviv’s incredible beaches.
Tel Aviv’s beaches are an important part of its culture, and it’s easy to see why. The city is located on the Mediterranean coast, so the beaches here are some of the best in the world. If you need a break from sightseeing or shopping, there are plenty of places to stop by for a swim or just lie down in the sand and relax.
You might want to head over to Jaffa Beach because it has history as well as great views of Tel Aviv's skyline. If you want more privacy than that beach provides, you can try going further south into Herzliya Pituah and find your own quiet spot along any one of its many other nearby beaches!
Eat your heart out at one of the city’s amazing restaurants.
You can also soak in the city's diverse cuisine by trying out Tel Aviv’s many restaurants. If you're looking for something local, try falafel or hummus. If you prefer something a little more upscale, try a restaurant with a view of the sea. Or head over to one that specializes in sushi or Indian food, or one that has an interesting atmosphere like an old house turned into a cafe with original furniture from when it served as an artist’s studio. There are even restaurants with special menus just for dogs!
Hike up to the Cameron Observatory.
Located in a forested area on the western side of Mount Carmel, this observatory is open to the public and offers a great view of Tel Aviv and its surroundings at sunset. It also makes an excellent place to watch stars when you’re in town—the best time to do this is during February through April, as this is when there are no clouds or rainstorms.
Take a dip in Hayarkon Park.
Hayarkon Park is Tel Aviv’s largest park, and it serves as a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. The park’s stunning beaches are one of the main draws here, but there are plenty of other things to do at Hayarkon Park as well. You can take a dip in the pools or enjoy some recreation at one of the many playgrounds around the park. The best part about Hayarkon Park is how varied it is—there are paths for walking, jogging, biking and even horseback riding, so no matter what your tastes are there's something for you here!
Check out Independence Hall.
Independence Hall is a museum in Tel Aviv that houses artifacts and displays related to Israel's history, including the core of the Declaration of Independence. It's also the only place you can see both an original copy of this document as well as its handwritten draft.
You'll find Independence Hall in HaYarkon Park, which is right on the coast. The museum itself has an interesting design: it's made up of separate buildings, each with its own theme or historical significance. You enter through one building and exit out another—it feels like you're wandering through different eras in time! If you want to stay awhile, there are several cafés nearby where you can grab lunch or grab some snacks for later on your trip around town.
Tour the White City’s Bauhaus architecture.
Bauhaus architecture is a style that is simple and functional. It has become popular throughout the world. The principles behind Bauhaus architecture are based on form-following function, aesthetic simplicity and economy of means.
This style became very popular in Tel Aviv during its first decades (the 1920s) as most buildings were designed using these principles. Many examples can still be seen today throughout this city.
Get lost in one of Tel Aviv’s many markets.
Tel Aviv is a great city for shopping. Whether you're looking for clothing, food, jewelry or anything else--you can find it all at Tel Aviv's many markets. The Carmel Market is one of the best-known markets in Tel Aviv and it's open on weekends, but there are other markets that are open throughout the week as well. The Carmel Market has everything from fresh produce to fresh fish to hot food vendors serving up delicious Israeli street food like shawarma and falafel sandwiches. You'll also find plenty of local specialty items such as Dead Sea mud soap (great for your skin) or olive oil hand cream.
Rent a bike and ride along the Mediterranean Sea to Jaffa.
Renting a bike is the best way to explore Tel Aviv and its surroundings. The city is filled with bicycles that you can rent at many different locations, from the beach to Jaffa. Rent a bike and follow the shoreline of Mediterranean Sea all the way from south to north, enjoying one of Israel’s most popular views along its coast.
Just remember that Tel Aviv has an excellent public transportation system, so if you don't feel like riding your bike around town make sure to check out buses and trains!
Discover your family history on a guided tour.
The importance of family history and knowing where your family comes from is something everyone can relate to. It’s a great way to connect with your roots, know more about yourself and teach the next generation what makes you unique as an individual.
Going on guided tours like family tours or kosher river cruises are some amazing ways to connect with your past while seeing new things and making sure you’re not missing out on anything.
Join a walking tour of Tel Aviv-Yafo’s historic alleyways.
If you’re in town for a few days, it’s worth taking a guided tour of Tel Aviv-Yafo’s historic alleyways. While there are numerous companies offering these tours, each with their own variations on themes, the basic premise is the same: You'll learn about the history and culture of this fascinating city as well as its architecture and people.
Tel Aviv is a city that offers plenty of new experiences and a huge range of activities to occupy your time. Whether it’s shopping or dining out with friends on the beach, there are many things to do in Tel Aviv at all times of year. With so many interesting restaurants, cafes and bars in this city it shouldn’t be hard finding some great places to eat out at night either.
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