Tel Aviv historical sites will give you an insight into the rich and cultured history of Tel Aviv. Historical sites in Tel Aviv include the Clock Tower that connects Old Jaffa and Tel Aviv, the Trumpeldor Cemetery, the White City building – comprise of 4000 buildings in international style of the Banhaus.
Imagine that within a 20 minute drive north of Tel Aviv you were able to visit an ancient fortress dating back to 1241… Read More
HaPisga, the Hebrew word for the summit, is a lovely little garden located at the top of Old Jaffa. It is one of the best places in... Read More
On Friday afternoon, May 14, 1948 the declaration of Independence took place. You will re-live history by visiting this fascinating museum. At 4 p.m. – eight hours before... Read More
Nahum Gutman was one of Israel’s most prominent artists- a painter, sculptor and even a children’s books writer and illustrator Read More
Just at the middle of “Kdumim Square” lies the beautiful St. Peter’s church Read More
The Jaffa clock tower was built in honor of the Sultan Abdul Hamid II, to celebrate the 25th year of his reign. The initiative for building the... Read More