Attractions

Top Choice Gallery in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv Museum of Art

The modern ‘envelope’ building by American architect Preston Scott Cohen is one of many reasons to visit this impressive gallery located on the eastern edge of the city centre. There's a huge amount to see here (inc…
Top Choice Park in Tel Aviv

Park HaYarkon

Park HaYarkon is Tel Aviv's answer to Central Park or Hyde Park. Joggers, cyclists, skaters, footballers and frisbee-throwers should head for this 3.5-sq-km stretch of grassy parkland, Tel Aviv's largest green space…
Top Choice Market in Tel Aviv

Jaffa Flea Market

In recent years, lots of energy has gone into giving Jaffa's Old City a tourism-triggered makeover, and the results are undeniably attractive. However, the real draw in this part of the city is considerably more dis…
Top Choice Market in Tel Aviv

Carmel Market

Squeezed between the dishevelled streets of the Yemenite Quarter and the pedestrianised section of Nahalat Binyamin St, Tel Aviv's busiest street market is, in many ways, the heart of the city. The total opposite of…
Top Choice Beach in Tel Aviv

Gordon Beach

South from Hilton Beach, this is Tel Aviv's main beach. Well equipped with sun loungers, ice-cream shops, an outdoor gym and beach restaurants, it's popular with Tel Avivians, tourists and matkot (paddle ball) playe…
Museum in Tel Aviv

Beit Hatfutsot

Once known as the Diaspora Museum and recently revamped as the Museum of the Jewish People, Beit Hatfutsot is located on the leafy campus of Tel Aviv University. Opened in 1978, the museum recounts the epic story of…
Zoo in Tel Aviv

Safari Ramat Gan

As close as you'll get to the Serengeti plains in Israel, this is both a drive-through safari and a large zoo. The safari section includes rhinos, hippos, zebras and flamingos. The zoo has elephants, giraffes, monke…
Park in Tel Aviv

Independence Park

Nothing to do with Independence Hall on the other side of town, this is a beautiful seafront park with Mediterranean views and plenty of grass to run around, throw a frisbee or have a picnic. Like most of Tel Aviv's…
Beach in Tel Aviv

Hilton Beach

Named after the nearby hotel, Hilton Beach is divided into three parts: the city’s unofficial gay beach is in the middle, the dog-walkers' beach is to the north (it’s the only beach where dogs are officially allowed…
Beach in Tel Aviv

Alma Beach

This is probably the coolest beach in the city, with spectacular views across the water to Jaffa. It's home to the hugely popular Manta Ray restaurant and fills up with hipsters sipping their Goldstar beers on the b…