Tel Aviv – Jaffa
Largest city in Israel translated like a “The hill of spring”. Founded in 1909 as a suburb of the ancient port city of Jaffa, Tel Aviv is now recognized as a cultural, tourist and industrial centers in Israel. Here are a unique museum of the diaspora, one of the world’s best philharmonic orchestra. In one of the satellite towns of large Tel Aviv, Ramat Gan, is world famous Diamond Exchange.
In 1950, to Tel Aviv joined Old Jaffa, one of the oldest ports in the world, founded 6500 years ago. In different historical times, the city conquered by Alexander the Great, Richard the Lionheart, the Turkish sultans, Napoleon. Jaffa is proud not only by ship and fishing ports, but also excellent fish restaurants. Interest to tourists are the old port, the ArchaeologicalMuseum, the Church of St. Peter and sculpture garden on a hillside.
To the south of Jaffa, near the sea, there is a modern city of Bat Yam, a suburb of Tel Aviv, with many hotels near the coast, offering visitors everything you need to relax.
Visitors to the city are always, no matter the time of year, can enjoy a stroll through the old Jaffa and Tel Aviv promenade, from visiting a variety of museums, theaters and galleries. In Tel Aviv and Jaffa are dozens of nightclubs, cafes and restaurants, pubs and bars that are open all day, giving another name to Tel Aviv – “the city without a break.”