Tel Aviv, the most vibrant city in Israel, is such a fascinating and diverse place to visit.
Long and sandy beaches, interesting Bauhaus architecture that put Tel Aviv on UNESCO World Heritage List, amazing street art scene, bustling markets and neighborhoods where the time has stopped. Tel Aviv has it all!
With so many things to do in Tel Aviv, you will be busy discovering the city for at least 2-3 days.
But if you are still not sure about visiting Tel Aviv and, like me, you need a visual proof that it’s the destination for you, I put together this collection of Tel Aviv pictures that will hopefully inspire you to travel to Tel Aviv soon.
Best Tel Aviv photo locations
If you are looking for the best photo locations in Tel Aviv, head to these places:
- Old Jaffa with its narrow lanes and the old harbor
- HaMidron Garden
- Vibrant Florentine Area for Tel Aviv street art
- Neve Tzedek – the oldest neighbourhood in Tel Aviv
- Tel Aviv beaches
- Bialik Street and Bialik Square for Bauhaus architecture
- Dizengoff square
- Tel Aviv Museum of Art and surroundings
- Rothschild Boulevard
Tel Aviv pictures
And now let me show you some of the best pictures of Tel Aviv!
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