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Tel Aviv 

Tel Aviv is the second largest city in Israel, and the largest metropolitan area. It is on the Mediterranean coast, about 60 km north-west of Jerusalem and some 100 km south of Haifa.
Tel Aviv Hotels
Search for hotels in Tel Aviv, Ramat Gan (4 km east) and Bat Yam (8 km south).
Central Tel Aviv
Central Tel Aviv is in Tel Aviv. The following museums are all part of the Israeli Ministry of Defense Museums Unit and you can buy a combined ticket to see all of them.
Florentin
Florentin is in Tel Aviv. Florentin is in the south of the city, bordering Neve Tzedek and Jaffa.
North Tel Aviv
The Northern part of Tel Aviv is the wealthiest area of Tel Aviv and one of the areas with more affluent population in all of Israel.
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Jaffa, now absorbed into the Israeli coastal metropolis as a southern suburb of Tel Aviv, represents the most ancient city centre and port within the Tel Aviv region.
South Tel Aviv
South Tel Aviv is in Tel Aviv. When referring to "South" Tel Aviv, people commonly mean the part of Tel Aviv which is south to Yehuda Halevi and Harakevet streets - excluding Jaffa which is considered a separate part, although it is also "below" those streets.
Kerem Ha'Temanim
Kerem Ha'Temanim is in Tel Aviv. "The Syrian" - A great hummus restaurant located in the Kerem, don't be frightened by his angry facial expression, he's always like that.
I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel's sake. The great affair is to move. - Robert Louis Stevenson
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