If you’re on a tight budget there are plenty of amusing and entertaining Tel Aviv attractions and activities that won’t cost you a dime, such as the weekly markets and fairs around the city, free museums like the Ben Gurion House or the ever popular Tel Aviv beaches.
Where can you find a telescope, beautiful Persian rugs, Judaica items, traditional clothing from Uzbekistan, an ancient cannon on wheels, aging chandeliers, vintage clothes, and a handful... Read More
Located just next to the “Carmel Market” is the Nahalat Binyamin street, home to the biggest and most popular art and craft fair in Israel. Every Tuesday... Read More
Known as one of the oldest ports in the world with a history that goes way back to biblical times, the Old port of Jaffa is like... Read More
Rabin Square is the main and largest open square in Tel Aviv. It’s situated on Ibn Gabirol street, surrounded by restaurants and cafes. Read More
There’s nothing like the sea to bring a smile on your face and Tel Aviv’s promenade (or the “Tayelet” in Hebrew) has the perfect setting for this... Read More