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Must see attractions in Israel

Israel
Street in Tel Aviv
Rothschild Boulevard
One of the most beautiful and iconic streets of the city, along which it is pleasant to walk under the shade of trees, looking at unique historical buildings...
Monument in Tel Aviv
Holocaust Monument Rabin Square, Tel Aviv
The Holocaust Monument on Rabin Square was created by the famous Israeli artist and sculptor Yigael Tumarkin in 1975. The monument symbolizes an open prison...
Market in Tel Aviv
Carmel Market
Carmel Market (Shuk ha-Carmel) is the largest and most popular market in Tel Aviv. In Israel, it is customary to buy the freshest fruits, vegetables, cheeses,...
Church in Tel Aviv
Saint Peter Church, Jaffa
St. Peter's Church in Old Jaffa is the Franciscan Church, built in 1654, was the center of Christianity in Jaffa. The architecture of the church belongs to the...
Street in Tel Aviv
Dizengoff Street
Dizengoff Street is one of the most significant and vibrant streets in the city. Along the avenues there are designer shops, cozy cafes with incredibly...
Museum in Tel Aviv
ANU - Museum of the Jewish People
ANU Museum of the Jewish People or the Diaspora Museum is dedicated to the history of the Jewish people, culture, faith, goals and deeds, and the contribution...
Museum in Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is the first art museum in Israel, founded in 1932 on the initiative of the first mayor of the city, Meir Dizengoff, who devoted...
Museum in Tel Aviv
Liebling Haus
The Liebling Haus (translated from German as "Beloved House") is an architectural monument and museum in Tel Aviv in the Bauhaus style, open to the public. The...
Museum in Tel Aviv
MUZA – Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv
MUZA – Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv — is one of the three largest and most prominent museums in Israel dedicated to local culture, past and present. The...
Fountain in Tel Aviv
Mosaic fountain
The bright mosaic fountain was created by hand by the famous artist, sculptor and writer Nahum Gutman. He depicts scenes from the early days of Tel Aviv and...
Square in Tel Aviv
Dizengoff Square
Dizengoff Square in Tel Aviv, was built in the 1930s and has since become a central meeting place in the city. The iconic Fire and Water Fountain, created by...
Museum in Tel Aviv
Ilana Goor Museum
The Ilana Goor Museum is a unique combination of an art museum and the mansion of the famous Israeli sculptor, designer and collector Ilana Goor. The museum's...
Bridge in Tel Aviv
The Bridge of Desires
The wooden bridge connecting Abrasha Park with Kedumim Square is famous for its legends. It is believed that if you put your hand on your zodiac sign and make...
Recreation Park in Tel Aviv
Abrasha Park
Abrasha Park (the old name of Gan haPisgah) is a magical place where the old and new worlds connect. Here you can find archaeological ruins dating back 3,500...
Recreation Park in Tel Aviv
Charles Clore Park
The park is located between the waterfront of Tel Aviv and Jaffa and is one of the most favorite places for young people to relax. Here you will find...
Recreation Park in Tel Aviv
Midron Jaffa Park
Midron Jaffa Park (Midron Yaffo Park), which means "Jaffa Slope" in Hebrew, is located between the port and the spectacular Givat Aliyah Beach, and is a great...
Square in Tel Aviv
Kedumim Square
Kedumim Square (lat. Kikar Kdumim - literally translated as Antiquities Square) is a historic square located in the heart of the city of Jaffa. The name of the...
Port in Tel Aviv
Jaffa Port
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The Jaffa Port is one of the oldest ports in the world, located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. It is known as the harbor from which Jonah set off in...
Tower in Tel Aviv
Jaffa Clock Tower
The Jaffa Clock Tower (or Migdal haShaon Yaffo) was erected in 1901 in the center of the Jaffa city square and is one of seven similar monuments of the late...