Tel Aviv GuideTel 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. HotelsFind hotels in Tel Aviv, Bat Yam, Ramat Gan and more, including Eden House Premier Tel Aviv, Hotel B Berdichevsky, The Rothschild, Townhouse Tel Aviv, Hotel Montefiore, Center Chic Hotel Tel Aviv and The Varsano Hotel. Places and AttractionsExplore popular places and attractions around Tel Aviv including Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Bauhaus Center, Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center, Dizengoff Center, St. Peter's Church, Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theatre and Habima. RestaurantsDiscover restaurants around Tel Aviv including Yoezer wine bar יועזר בר יין, Shchopak, פיצה ג'וספה | Giuseppe Pizza, ברטי Bertie, קייטרינג טבעוני בריא - Jessie - אוכל טבעוני מוכן, מרכז שיבננדה ליוגה ודנטה and Sandwich Bar.
Popular in Tel AvivCentral Tel AvivCentral Tel Aviv is in Tel Aviv. The center of Tel Aviv is crawling with mostly pubs and bars.
In Tel AvivFlorentinFlorentin is in Tel Aviv. Florentin is in the south of the city, bordering Neve Tzedek and Jaffa. JaffaJaffa, 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. NorthThe Northern part of Tel Aviv is an luxury residential area. It is divided into neighborhoods that are mostly a status symbol. SouthSouth 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.
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