Tag: Jaffa

Tel Aviv History

| July 19, 2012 | 0 Comments
Tel Aviv History

History of Tel Aviv – How it All Began The history of Tel Aviv begins in the late 19th century; before then, Tel Aviv did not exist.  Jaffa was very a busy port and the largest town on the Mediterranean coast. The Ottoman railway line from Jaffa carried everyone and everything inland and Jaffa was home to […]

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Tel Aviv for Kids

| July 19, 2012 | 1 Comment
Tel Aviv for Kids

Kids Tel Aviv Traveling to Israel with your children? Kids of all ages enjoy the beach and splashing around, but there’s alot more for kids to do in Tel Aviv. Here are a few recommendations. Hayarkon Park You can easily spend an entire day with the family at Park HaYarkon. Situated at the northern end of Tel Aviv, its […]

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In Tel Aviv

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In Tel Aviv

Things to Do in Tel Aviv One of the many pleasures in visiting Tel Aviv-Jaffa today is that the municipality has made it easy to tour the city on your own, at your own speed, and according to what interests you. In fact, the Tel Aviv City Self-Guided Walking Tours have divided the city into three sections known as […]

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Bike Tel Aviv

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Bike Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv Rentals Looking for fun things to do in Tel Aviv? Try Tel Aviv rentals, which include bikes of all shapes and sizes. Tel Aviv parks and boardwalks are full of cyclists spinning by, their hair blowing in the sea breeze… Bike riding is faster than walking, yet slower and more leisurely than driving or taking a Tel Aviv bus.  You’ll get […]

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Bus Tel Aviv

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Bus Tel Aviv

Take the Bus! Tel Aviv, is an eclectic mix of  the old-fashioned  and modern worlds, casual beach life and hi-tech professionals, contemporary and classic architecture and is home to a medley of  people from the four corners of the globe. The open bus tour of the twin cities of Tel Aviv and Jaffa will show you some of the […]

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Mahane Yehuda

| July 18, 2012 | 0 Comments
Mahane Yehuda

Julien Menichini  CC BY 2.0 Experiencing the Shuk The Shuk Ask any Jerusalemite: “Where’s the best place to shop?” and 9 out of 10 will not name a supermarket or mall—they’ll answer, “the shuk.” That’s the local name for the Machane Yehuda Market, located at the western end of Jaffa Road in central Jerusalem.  It’s a 10-minute […]

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