Tel Aviv boasts a mixture of the old and the new offering plenty of recreational activities for both the young and the old. Tel Aviv packs museums, parks, beautiful beaches, fishing ports, flea markets and more making it one of the most visited Israel destinations today. Let’s check out some of the popular tourist spots to visit in Tel Aviv below.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
This museum features an international collection of contemporary and modern art showcased in both permanent and temporary exhibits. The museum includes access to the Helena Rubinstein Art Library. Entrance fee to the museum is 50 NIS for adults, free for children with adult supervision.
Jaffa Flea Market
The Jaffa Flea Market offers a variety of shops, boutiques, and restaurants the features the different cultures and traditions present in Israel. You can find plenty of interesting things here if you are an avid shopper from food to souvenirs and everything in between.
Gordon Beach is considered the city’s busiest and people-packed beach featuring volleyball courts, resorts, beach bars, saltwater pools, and other amenities that offer fun under the sun. Along Gordon Beach is the Tel Aviv Promenade which is filled with bars and restaurants, also one of the popular Israel destinations that’s packed with tourists and locals.
Jaffa Port is an old port situated on the Mediterranean Sea. It is a fishing harbor and a tourist destination offering a variety of food and culture options. Restaurants here feature the freshest seafood caught in the Mediterranean waters.
Named after the Yarkon River that flows through the park, this large park in Tel Aviv is one of the most visited destinations in the city. The park offers a variety of recreational activities that include biking around the park and boating on the river. Boat and bike rentals are available in the park. There is a total of six gardens in the park with the Rock Garden being one of the largest in the world being 10 acres in land area. The park also sports playgrounds for children, a mini golf course, a water park and more.
There are more destinations people often visit in Tel Aviv such as the Museum of the Jewish People and Eretz Israel Museum for those interested in checking out artifacts, archeological find, culture and art. Tel Aviv beaches alone feature plenty of options for fun and recreation. Contact us to learn more about Tel Aviv and Israel, get help from our friendly tour leaders and arrange your next Israel tour with us today!