Tel Aviv is one of the most known cities in the world: lovely beaches, great museums, superb food and plenty of art all around you.
Some interesting facts about Tel Aviv:
The city’s name is composed of 2 words: Aviv – which means springtime; Tel Aviv was built at the spring. The 2nd word is a Tel, which is an archaeological site; The deeper you go the more ancient it becomes.
Tel Aviv was the first modern Hebrew city.
Tel Aviv’s has the most impressive structures of Bauhaus architecture. There are 4000 buildings, known as the White City and recognized by UNESCO.
In 1949, David Ben-Gurion declared Israel’s independence inside Tel Aviv’s Independence Hall.
Tel Aviv has the biggest roofed market in Israel – Sarona Market. You can find 91 different shops ranging from French wine bar to Mediterranean food.
One of the most unusual experiences in Tel Aviv is the Nalaga’at Center, which means “please touch”. You will dine in a complete darkness and will be served by blind waiters. the Theatre shows performances by visually and hearing-impaired groups.
“The City that Never Sleeps”. It doesn’t matter what day of the week it is; people are always out.
Graffiti in Tel Avivis a cultural part of the of the city.
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