- 132 Menahem Begin, Azrieli Centre, Tel Aviv
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Getting a fresh point of view of the city is always a good idea, and what better way is there than doing it on top of the 49th floor of Israel’s highest building? The Azrieli Observatory is the highest in the middle-east offering a 360 degrees angle of spectacular views of the city.
Due to its height, on a clear day you could see the city of Ashkelon in the south to Hadera in the north, and if you’re really lucky, you might also see Jerusalem in the east. How about that? A fast speed elevator will get you to the top quickly where you could rent an audio tour and a telescope in order to see things even better.
In addition to that, there’s also the “2c” restaurant, situated right at the top. Although not so cheap, it does offer great food with unbeatable views of the city.