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Jaffa Old City also referred to as Yaffa in Arabic and Yafo in Hebrew is one of the oldest parts of the city. The city has been infamous due to its relationship to the biblical stories of Solomon, Saint Peter and Jonah. Some of its major attractions include the Clock Square, the Jaffa Museum of Antiquities, the Libyan Synagogue, the Farkash Gallery Collection, the Jaffa Light House, the Greek Orthodox, St. Peter's Church, the Crusaders fortress, the Saint Nicholas Armenian Monastery and many more.
Neve Tzedek in Tel Aviv's neighborhood located towards its south-west part. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods of the city which is built on its outer edges. The site has become the city's trendiest and most fashionable district with the atmosphere of a village only. It is also an expensive neighborhood. A French international school named The Collège Français Marc Chagall de Tel-Aviv is also situated in Neve Tzedek.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art is a museum of art in the city which was opened in 1932 and it housed the first mayor of the city as well. The museum has an amazing collection of contemporary art as well as classical art. It also has a youth wing and a sculpture garden. Some of its major collections include the 36 works of the Surrealist and Abstract artists, the works of Pablo Picasso and many more.
Palmach Museum is situated in Ramat Aviv and is a museum which has been dedicated and focussed on the Palmach which is the strike force of Haganah defense organization which is a the pre-state underground organization and has now been integrated with the Israel Defense Forces. The museum is a series of underground chambers with a multi-media facility.
Yarkon Park is a huge park in the city and receives almost 16 million visitors every year. It has been named after the river Yarkon which flows within the park. The park houses a number of lawns, outdoor concert venues, botanical gardens, lakes, sports facilities and a water park and an aviary. The major attractions of the place are the RRock Garden, the Yarkon River, the Tel Aviv Port, the Tropical Garden, the Cactus Garden and many more. Some of the animals in the park are waterfowl, mongoose, porcupines and many more.
Luna Park is a common name for a lot of amusement park all around the world. The complex of the Luna Park includes a number of bumper cars, rides, roller coasters, carousels, the Ferris Wheel. In its initial days, the entry for the people was free and only the rides were chargeable. Some of its major rides include the Anaconda, the Twister, the King, the Star Flyer, the Gems World and many more.
Tel Aviv 'the city that never sleeps' is a perfect holiday destination as has everything that people need to enjoy their trips. The city has a unique blend of natural beauty and culture i.e the beautiful beaches to relax with your family and art galleries & museum, to introduce you to the culture and history of the city. Tel Aviv is the major centre of media, economy and culture in Israel. The city is a preferred destination for skaters, as every Tuesday night in the city, more than 300 skaters hit the streets of the town, gives it the nickname 'The Rollers '.Also known as the White City, because of its remarkable style of architecture. Besides its beauty, the city enjoys being in controversies for its indifferent culture, which includes the title of world's best gay city. The climate of the city is hot and humid in summers and not so cold in winters, makes it suitable to enjoy the breezes on the beaches any time of the year.
How to Get Tickets?
Tickets can be booked easily for all the places as well as the city on this website and payment can be made online as well.
How To Get Around?
You can rent a car for the entire trip. Tour buses are also available. You can also take a public taxi or a bus. Small distances can be covered on foot as the roads are very well constructed and maintained.
What Should I Wear?
Light fabric clothes such as t-shirts or tops paired with cotton palazzos or cargos are good to go. Layering might be necessary if you are planning to travel during winters.
Best Time to Visit
September and November, as well as March and April, are the best months to go as the weather is pleasant and enjoyable. Sight-Seeing is also easier.
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Will I Need a Guide?
The website will guide you about everything. A guide is not needed.
How To Get There?
You can take the Jerusalem train to the city which is direct and fast as well. You can also change trains at the Savidro Mercaz Station or simply get a direct ticket.
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