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Desde los lugares más famosos hasta las joyas escondidas: descubre qué hace única a la ciudad con la ayuda de la gente local que mejor la conoce.

Centro comercial
“This mall have everything, from known brands to unique designers, food market on Fridays and art exhibitions from time to time.”
  • Recomendado por 197 habitantes locales
College Library
“This architectural gem of a museum houses some of the finest art collections in the Middle East, from classic to contemporary. Visit the Tel Aviv Museum of Art (TAM) to see the works by local Jewish-Israeli artists as well as leading international artists such as Jackson Pollock, Kandinsky, Monet, Dalí, Rodin, Van Gogh, Klimt and Picasso. The Tel Aviv Museum of Art (TAM) opened even before the state of Israel was established. In 1932, the first mayor of the city, Meir Dizengoff, established the museum in his home on Rothschild Boulevard. The museum’s present-day Main Building on Shaul Hamelech Boulevard opened in 1971 and houses the permanent collections. See local art from the 20th century onwards in the Department of Israeli Art. The Department of Modern and Contemporary Art showcases international works from the mid-19th century onwards. Find eye-catching works in the Department of Prints and Drawings and the Department of Photography. Of course you can’t miss the Old Masters Department, with outstanding works from the 16th to the 19th century. Last but not least, the Department of Architecture and Design will inspire you to think outside the square. Thinking outside the square is exactly what the American architect Preston Scott Cohen did when he designed the museum’s futuristic wing, the Herta and Paul Amir Building. Light streams in from the central light well, drawing in Tel Aviv’s sunny character. Its two floors above and three floors below ground level are full of inspiring artworks, so you could spend all day in this wing alone. Apart from admiring art and architecture, also come to TAM to listen to concerts and lectures in its auditorium, see international cult movies in its cinema and attend creative workshops and art classes. The Lola Beer Ebner Sculpture Garden and Nata's Garden are the museum’s creative outdoor spaces. Also visit the ever-changing social and political modern art exhibits in the Helena Rubinstein Pavilion on Tarsat Street, included in your ticket price. The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is located in the city center and can be reached by public transportation. The museum is open daily, except Sundays. TAM stays open until late on Tuesday and Thursday nights. Guided tours in English are available.”
  • Recomendado por 133 habitantes locales
Beach
“This is the largest beach in Tel Aviv. The food is their unique selling proposition. Very tasty! It is the HQ French during high holidays”
  • Recomendado por 113 habitantes locales
Teatro
“Habima Square (also known as The Orchestra Plaza) is a public major space in the center of Tel Aviv, Israel, which is home to a number of cultural institutions such as the Habima Theatre, the Culture Palace, and the Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art. The square is at the intersection of Rothschild Boulevard, Hen Boulevard, Dizengoff Street and Ben Zion Boulevard. ”
  • Recomendado por 143 habitantes locales
Mercado
“Sarona Market was established to be the heartbeat of Israeli culinary art. On an area of 8,700 square meters with 91 shops, stalls and restaurants of all categories, Sarona Market is Israel's largest, most unique indoor culinary complex. The project was constructed by Gindi Holdings on Sarona Gardens in the heart of Tel Aviv. ”
  • Recomendado por 74 habitantes locales
Establishment
“Pharmacy + beauty & personal care products. (Located at floor -1 inside the shopping center).”
  • Recomendado por 150 habitantes locales
Restaurante francés
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“opens 24/7. everything is delicious here. great for dinner and late nights.”
  • Recomendado por 118 habitantes locales
Centro comercial
“Dizengoff during the day is good for shopping and cafes. At night the street is full of bars and clubs. Late night food spots are also available, ”
  • Recomendado por 87 habitantes locales
Restaurante tai
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“The best Asian restaurant in Israel Great food and experience Highly recommended to make a reservation ”
  • Recomendado por 71 habitantes locales
Beach
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“Nice beach with a view to Jaffa! The beach offers suntanning beds and nice bar in only 15-20 min walk from the apt. ☺️”
  • Recomendado por 56 habitantes locales
Restaurante de mariscos
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“Goocha is a seafood restaurant with a reputation for fresh food at a reasonable price. The restaurant’s upbeat atmosphere is perfectly matched to its location on the busy Dizengoff Street. Goocha is popular among Tel Aviv locals, so you may have to indulge in some window shopping while you wait for a table! Along with various fish and shrimp entrees, the menu includes burgers and pasta, so everyone can find the meal they enjoy. For dessert, try the Belgium waffle with caramelized bananas, a treat you won’t regret! ”
  • Recomendado por 63 habitantes locales
Natural Feature
“Bird/Lime/Wind - E-scooter apps to get around :) Walking around in Tel-Aviv, you'll see dozens of electric scooters just scattered all over the city. It is by far the easiest way to get around in a city like Tel-Aviv. All you have to do is download one of the e-scooter apps listed above, enter your CC info, scan the barcode on the scooter and you are ready to go! If you want one and you don't see them on the street, each app has a map that can show you where the nearest scooter is. Super comfortable!”
  • Recomendado por 44 habitantes locales
Beach
“This beach is one of the most popular in the area. Many tourists, as well as good cafes all along the boardwalk.”
  • Recomendado por 51 habitantes locales
Restaurante especializado en falafel
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“Head here for one of the best Israeli street food spots you can find in Tel Aviv ”
  • Recomendado por 70 habitantes locales
Barrio
“Welcome to the Yemenite vineyard (Kerem Hateimanim). this tiny neighborhood located beyond the Carmel market, originally founded in the 1930’s by immigrants from Yemen (therefore her name). since then it became discovered by bohemian Tel Avivians looking for inexpensive houses. even though many of the buildings are nicely renovated and influence by the artsy crowd, the neighborhood is still populated by old timers and hasn’t lost its authenticity. it is full of charming and quaint, like a village. If you are looking for spicy Yemenite food in a homey atmosphere, there are plenty of restaurants to try, Carmel market for fresh ingredients, clothes, flowers and many more, street art, bike rides in the small streets and enjoy the peace and quiet.”
  • Recomendado por 49 habitantes locales
Bar de cocteles
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“Great Cocktails! and a Happy Hour between 18-20 every day, it's a small place so always a good idea to have a reservation”
  • Recomendado por 51 habitantes locales