Isreal's second largest city, located at the Mediterranean Sea, is ideal destination for a city trip. The sandy beach of 14 kilometres lenght, the magical Old Town and the narrow alleys are worth a visit. More than 4.000 Bauhaus buildings from the 1930s, called "White City", are designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The young, exciting and colorful metropolis Tel Aviv offers many possibilities for a memorable vacation. Magnificent beaches, turquoise blue water and sunny weather attract many sun-seekers and those seeking relaxation. Tel Aviv offers culture lovers wonderful architecture and cultural as well as historic treasures. The so-called "White City" was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to the exceptional Bauhaus style. On an exploration tour you will come across the cultural valuable Haaretz Museum and the Independence Hall Museum, which is steeped in history.
As soon as it turns night young people celebrate the vibrant nightlife. Exciting clubs and atmospheric bars promise pleasure until the early morning hours. Here, the art community contributes to Tel Avivs cultural period of boom. Artists, musicians and a colorful gay and lesbian scene add to the unique flair of Tel Aviv.