For those wanting to visit "the sites" in Tel aviv, there is no shortage of attractions and things to do waiting to be explored in this energetic, cultural city. Shopping opportunities, historical sites, dive centers and archaeological locations make for days upon days of enjoyment in this buzzing metropolis.
Those looking to explore Tel Aviv with a bit of retail therapy, Hatachana is the perfect fusion of history, as the old railway station of Tel Aviv, and modernity, with the renovation that turned it into one of most enjoyable shopping centers in Tel Aviv. Shenkin Street offers a completely different shopping experience, with a positively bohemian feel to the street that is chock-full of shops, be they designer boutiques, jewelry stores, global brand shoe stores and far eastern clothing, to name just a few.
Those interested in a glimpse into the life of some of the people Tel Aviv is famous for, can visit Bialik House, the residence of the Israeli national poet, Haim Nahman Bialik which contains books, letters and works that Bialik received from Israel's finest artists, as well as personal items, his personal library and a children's room based on the well-known nursery rhymes that he wrote. The Yitzchak Rabin Centre is also well worth a visit, which is dedicated to the history of society and democracy in Israel, Yitzchak Rabin's life and the legacy he left behind.
The Na Laga'at Centre, with it's truly special artistic experiences for the general public, presented by deaf and blind people, offers a unique opportunity for visitors to understand a fraction of what it means to live in this world without the senses of sight and hearing.
We have only touched upon some attractions in this city, there is so much more to see and do; the list is endless…