Tel Aviv Travel Guide

Tel Aviv means "spring hill" in Hebrew. It is often said that "if the world is 10 parts beautiful, 9 of them are in Tel Aviv." Here, you can indulge yourself in spending plenty of time on the beach and under the sun. Let's take a look!

Tel Aviv Museum of Art

The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is Israel's top contemporary art museum, as well as one of the world's largest Islamic art collections. Established in 1932, it is located in the cultural complex of the city center, showcasing a large collection of famous permanent and temporary exhibitions, including collections of oil paintings, sculptures, photographs and other field collections.

Neve Tzedek

Neve Tzedek is an area located south of Carmel Market in Tel Aviv, which was the first residential area established in the city. Take a stroll here and wander between various houses, shops, and cafes where every corner reveals something of a different spirit. Witnessing the changing of time and feeling the nostalgic mood of the Jewish people who first came here, missing Europe, this is a very comfortable and relaxing experience.

Helena Rubinstein Museum of Contemporary Art

This art museum is a branch of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, relatively small, mainly exhibiting works of Israeli modern art, including photography, painting, and sculpture. There are different exhibitions every month. The second floor displays around 20,000 miniature works of Helena Rubinstein. The art library collects various books related to art from all over the world and is also a must-visit place for art enthusiasts.

Peace building

Shalom Tower is the first grand high-rise building constructed in Israel, standing 142 meters above the ground level. The tower was completed in 1965 and is considered one of the tallest and most modern towers in Asia and Europe.