Telaviv vacation apartment
vacation apartments for long and short term two bedroom suites include fine guest room ,and one bedroom alocated right at the core of Tel Aviv’s most popular tourism area fully furnished, 4.5 minutes from sea shore . Parking is available for your convenience for extra 10$ per day
The beach Tel Aviv's beach is sprawled over 14km of the Mediterranean's coastline. Some
of the beaches use for recreation and fun activities, to the city residents and the tourists,
mainly due to the proximity of hotels and guesthouses to the beach.
Tel Aviv On the Mediterranean coastline, about 60 km from Jerusalem and 100 km from Haifa,
situated Tel Aviv, "The first Hebrew city", Tel Aviv, is the second - largest city in Israel, with an
estimated population of 390,000. It considered as the capital of business, commerce
(Israel's stock exchange is located there), culture (Museums, cinemas, theaters, newspaper
editorial boards etc), recreation (hundreds of restaurants, bars and entertainment places) and
as a summer vacation destination to internal and external tourism, with hundreds thousands
of tourists per year.
Markets There are few markets in Tel Aviv, like the flea market in Jaffa, which specializes
in antiques and second hand products. The Carmel market – a bazaar, packed with cheap
clothes and products as well as fresh fruits and vegetables. Additional markets are Lewinsky
market, in the south of the city, which specializes in spices, Nahlat Binyamin pedestrian mall,
which is a market for art crafts and games (artisans' stalls).
Important sites in the city Ancient Jaffa – one of the most ancient cities in Israel. One of the
most ancient ports is located there, promenade, an ancient wall, a port and a lot of history
along with eastern restaurants, all these make Jaffa and important tourist site.
There are many attractions in Tel Aviv, like the stylish streets, fancy malls, like in Azriely towers,
dance clubs, nightclubs as well as clubs and pubs, which address the vast homosexual community
in Tel Aviv.
White city In Tel Aviv, at the 20s and 30s, a unique architecture style was implemented.
It was called "Bauhaus", it is known as "the white city". There are about 4000 buildings
in this style, the largest concentration of such buildings in the world. In 2003 UNESCO
had declared the "white city" as a world heritage site.