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Tel Aviv is the second most populous city in Israel. It is the most
populous city in Gush Dan, Israel's largest metropolitan area and central
IT hub. Tel Aviv is located along the Mediterranean Sea. It is nicknamed
the ‘Party Capital of the Middle East’ because of its vibrant nightlife and
extensive music culture. Tel Aviv also features some beaches that attracts
thousands of residents and tourists on the weekends. The city is nicknamed
‘The White City’ because it is chock-full of houses and mansions built in
the 20th century Bauhaus architecture.
Things to do in Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv is a coastal city along the Mediterranean Sea. It features many
scenic beaches that are at their glorious best on weekends and cultural
festivals. Some popular beaches here are Gordon Beach, and Banana Beach.
All these beaches feature fresh-water showers, sun loungers and sunshades.
Jaffa is an ancient Arab port town located near downtown Tel Aviv. It is
home to an ages old ruins of an acropolis and some delightful examples of
stone houses. A shopper’s delight, its flea market features a grand market
(called souk) and religious attractions like St. Peter's Monastery.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
The Tel Aviv Museum is a work of art, both inside and outside. It is the
place to admire some of the very best of contemporary artworks made by
maestros like Monet, Van Gogh, and Picasso. The museum is also home to the
world's largest collection of artworks made by Israeli artists. Other art
movements depicted here include Fauvism, German Expressionism, Cubism,
Futurism, Russian Constructivism and French art.
Best Time to Visit Tel Aviv
Summer season (the months from May to August) are the best to book your
flights from Newark to Tel Aviv. Book your flights from EWR to TLV during
summer season to enjoy Israel Independence Day and White Night
International Festival during this time. It is advised to book Tel Aviv
flights in advance to avoid paying more during peak season.