Tel Aviv: what to see on the hill of spring
What to see in Tel Aviv, between beaches and bars of every type, route through neighborhoods and landmarks, including the White City, the Bauhaus buildings and visit the ancient Jaffa.
Guide Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv means “Hill of Spring” and is a city of Israel, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, founded in 1909 by Jewish settlers in an area a few miles north of Jaffa.
The city has grown rapidly to become the main economic center of the country and to incorporate, in 1949, the ancient city of Jaffa.
Tel Aviv is a cultural and intellectual internationally, with theaters, cinemas, museums and two major universities, the University of Tel Aviv (founded in 1953) and the University of Bar-Ilan University (founded in 1955), situated in the suburb of Ramat Gan.
What to visit in Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv presents with modern buildings, tree-lined streets, sandy beaches, places that offer a wide choice for entertainment, from music to theater, fashion and culinary specialties, there is a popular saying that says, in Tel Aviv there fun, you work in Haifa, Jerusalem please.
In Tel Aviv is the white city a residential neighborhood where they concentrate a large number of buildings in the Bauhaus style, also referred to as the modern movement, built between 1931 and 1956 and designed by architects immigrants of European training, which were able to adapt to the modern style and culture to local climate, this Tel Aviv was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
Nearby is Jaffa, famous for its port mentioned in the Old Testament, in medieval diventuto the main seaport of Palestine.
The old town of Jaffa consists of sandstone houses and narrow streets, to see the artists’ quarter and the walls, following a route that includes natural restaurants, small shops, the walk along the sea and the port, docking point for fishing boats.