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.

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Central Tel Aviv is the most important area in Tel Aviv for visitors, and contains most of the city's most noteworthy sites.


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 and East Tel Aviv are two overlapping areas of 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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מרכז עזריאלי, דרך מנחם בגין 136, תל אביב יפו
+972 3-777-4000

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Ben Yehuda Street 77, Tel Aviv-Yafo
+972 3-523-8239

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מזא"ה 56, תל אביב יפו
+972 3-545-3131

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Ha-Yarkon Street 167, Tel Aviv-Yafo
+972 3-521-1777

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Ha-Yarkon Street 121, Tel Aviv-Yafo
+972 3-521-5555

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Ha-Yarkon Street 115, Tel Aviv-Yafo
+972 3-521-1111

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Ha-Yarkon Street 99, Tel Aviv-Yafo
+972 3-520-2525

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Ben Yehuda Street 35, Tel Aviv-Yafo
+972 3-797-1700

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Ben Yehuda Street 14, Tel Aviv-Yafo
+972 3-628-8888

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הירקון 79, Tel Aviv-Yafo
+972 3-519-7111

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