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Why Visit Tel Aviv?

Tel Aviv is a city in Israel located on the Mediterranean coast. Due to its large number of inhabitants, it is the second most populous city in the country and the first in the Gush Dan metropolitan area, located in the western center of the nation.

This city operates as the most important industrial and financial center of the country and one of the most chosen tourist destinations, thanks to the White City of Tel Aviv, which was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and its wonderful architecture, in the Bauhaus-style buildings are combined with avant-garde constructions.

Likewise, Tel Aviv offers great proposals for those who like religious tourism, since this city has iconic temples that correspond to both the Islamic, Jewish and Catholic religions. That's right, this city is multicultural!

Geographically, the cliffs on the Mediterranean coast and the mouth of the Yarkon River stand out in this city, a river that flows through the center of the country and that contrasts perfectly with the imposing buildings and skyscrapers of the city.

Tel Aviv: The Youngest City With the Oldest Port

Tel Aviv has the oldest port in the world: Jaffa, because thanks to archaeological excavations it is known that this coast was inhabited since the Bronze Age, that is, more than three thousand years ago. In fact, Jaffa is mentioned in holy books like the Bible and the Torah.

This port operated as one of the obligatory stops on the trade routes traced by the Phoenicians and the Egyptians. It is due to its strategic geographical location that this site was (and is) so prosperous and, at the same time, the reason for several disputes throughout history.

The various invasions of Jaffa resulted in the territory being successively under Byzantine, Islamic and Crusader rule. That is why when touring Tel Aviv it is possible to appreciate the most varied and ancient architecture despite the fact that the city itself is very young.

Tel Aviv was built as an extension of Jaffa, to alleviate the great population density, at the beginning of the 20th century and soon became known as the White City, due to the constructions made by the Jews who managed to escape Nazi state terrorism in Germany. .

When Israel became independent in 1948, Tel Aviv was its provisional capital, until 1980 when it became Jerusalem.

How Is the Culture in Tel Aviv

Traditional Tel Aviv Food and Drink

Tel Aviv is an excellent destination for lovers of gastronomic tourism, since the different cultures that have inhabited this site have known how to leave their mark on the different dishes that make up the typical cuisine of this city.

Whether entering one of its most luxurious restaurants or buying a sandwich on the go, you will find in each bite a fabulous mix of traditions that will not disappoint even the most demanding palate.

One of the tastiest street foods you can try is Sabich, a Jewish recipe of Iraqi origin, consisting of pita bread stuffed with fried eggplant and hard-boiled egg, served with tahini, hummus, salad, or potatoes.

Another delicious recipe that we recommend is Jachnun, a dish that you can find in restaurants around Carmel Market, and consists of elongated and rolled wheat dough that is baked for many hours and is accompanied with hard-boiled egg and sauce and tomatoes.

Likewise, we invite you to try Sakshuka, a dish of Arab origin that consists of a base of tomato, onion and garlic on which some eggs are cooked. This preparation is served in the casserole or pan in which it was cooked.

As for the drink, we recommend you try Tubi 60, a lemon and herb liqueur typical of Israeli nightlife, originally from the northern city of Haifa.

And if you are a lover of sweets, just by stepping on an Israeli pastry shop you will know that you are in paradise. One of its delicacies that we encourage you to try is Ugat shmarim.

Tel Aviv: an Oasis of Modernity

Thanks to its cosmopolitan character, the product of its busy history, which gave way to different cultures passing through this land, and its monumental economic and social development, Tel Aviv is a city that is up to date with the times.

In this modern city you will find a great nightlife and an explosion of art in every corner, thanks to the many artists that today inhabit the narrow streets of Jaffa and mine the city with galleries and color.

Likewise, Tel Aviv is an important LGTBI destination, since its diversity does not end with welcoming different inhabitants of the world with different religions, but rather it operates as an essential point for respect towards sexual diversity.

This is why Tel Aviv is considered a refuge of tolerance in the Middle East, where thousands of artists and those marginalized from their places of origin, due to their religion or sexual identity, come to breathe a climate of tolerance and freedom of expression.

Sites of Interest in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is one of the most chosen destinations by the most curious travelers thanks to its rich cultural heritage and beautiful coastline. Here we name some of the most amazing places to visit during your trip to Tel Aviv:

  1. Old Jaffa: discovering the old city allows us to get closer to the past and explore the rich history of this port city through which different civilizations passed. There you will find a labyrinth of alleyways and limestone buildings that create a more than picturesque postcard. Likewise, thanks to the fact that today it is home to many artists, there is a bohemian climate that will hypnotize you while you walk through its old stairs and its dead ends.
  2. Tel Aviv Museum of Art: This stunning museum contains the most important collection of modern art in Israel, so if you travel to Tel Aviv it is a mandatory stop.
  3. Sea Walk: this promenade on the Mediterranean coast is one of the most beautiful to walk and relax while you observe the fantastic views offered by the cliffs.
  4. Mahmoudiya Mosque: It is a prominent Muslim temple built during the Ottoman rule and is the largest in Jaffa and the third largest in Israel.
  5. St. Peter's Church: an imposing Christian temple that is the tallest building in Jaffa. This church has a fascinating history, as it functioned as a lighthouse, was destroyed and rebuilt twice and even housed Napoleon.
  6. Eretz Museum: this unmissable museum offers an interactive and playful way to learn about Israel's history, present and future expectations, through incredible exhibitions that converge archaeological discoveries, decorative art, technologies and even a planetarium.
  7. Clock Tower: one of the most famous monuments in Tel Aviv built by the Ottomans that is one of the most visited icons by tourists.
  8. Jaffa Port: The oldest port in the world and the heart of the city of Tel Aviv. A true jewel of this young and spirited city with an old soul.

Go Shopping in Tel Aviv

If you are planning a trip to Tel Aviv and you are one of those who enjoy bringing back beautiful memories of your trips and gifts to give to loved ones who are waiting for you around the corner, you should know that shopping in Tel Aviv is a great experience.

In its famous flea market you will find a network of old streets where you can find various curious objects. Its extravagant stalls spread throughout the most untidy and authentic site in the city.

This is so because, despite the constant modernization of Tel Aviv, the flea market maintains the tradition and remains messy and eccentric as in its early days, when it was established next to the Clock Tower more than a hundred years ago.

Some of the items that you can get in this market are: musical instruments, rugs, books, used clothing, furniture, and hundreds of the most valuable antiques mixed among the junk.

So now you know, go to the flea market and have fun finding treasures!

The Art of Bargaining in Tel Aviv

If you travel to Tel Aviv, one of the experiences you must have to be in contact with the local culture is shopping. Through its walks, both in the Jaffa Flea Market and in the Carmel Market, you will be able to witness the ethnic multiplicity and the different traditions that coexist in the city.

And it is that if there is something that artists, members of the LGTBI community, locals, tourists, Orthodox Jews, and absolutely everyone who circulates through the narrow streets of the markets, have in common, it is that they all haggle with the vendors in order to take a unique treasure, impossible to find elsewhere, for an incredible price.

And if in other places trying to obtain a discount can be seen with bad eyes, here you should not worry about it, since it is a socially accepted and established custom. In fact, the first price you will hear from the sellers is usually very high, since it is expected that you will have to negotiate and end up agreeing on a lower price.

So now you know, bring out your persuasion skills and get a piece of jewelry for a bargain price in the Tel Aviv markets.

What to See and Do in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is an incredible destination for travelers seeking to experience new cultures and be amazed by their colors, aromas, and traditions. In turn, it stands out for its constructions, in which architectures from different historical periods are juxtaposed with extremely modern buildings.

In addition, due to its proximity to Jerusalem and Haifa, many tourists choose to combine their stay in Tel Aviv with a visit to these amazing destinations.

Are you looking to marvel at an eclectic architecture in which different periods of history and the ancient and the modern coexist in every corner? Do you want to know one of the most important mosques? Do you want to get lost in the narrow streets of markets and be surprised by the most diverse customs?

If your answer is "yes", in Greca we have several proposals for tourist packages to Tel Aviv, which you can modify and adapt according to your needs and times.

There are travel packages for all tastes. Choose your own adventure according to your needs!

01
How much does it cost to eat in Tel Aviv?

This will depend on the type of trip you want to make, as you will find very luxurious options and others suitable for a more moderate budget. A fast food is around 16 dollars.

02
What month is cheapest to travel to Tel Aviv?

The cheapest months to visit Tel Aviv are March, April and November.

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What is the best time to travel to Tel Aviv?

We recommend you visit Tel Aviv from April to June and from October to November. If you can't on these dates, you can get to know the city during the rest of the year, just keep in mind the temperatures to pack your suitcase.

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What are the requirements to visit Tel Aviv?

You must have a 6-month passport to enter Tel Aviv and a negative PCR result to rule out the possibility of having covid.

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