Think of downtown Tel Aviv as a cat's cradle of boulevards and side streets leading to all of the city's great sights. These few square miles are the heart and soul of the city; they also hold the thousands of Bauhaus buildings, known as the White City, that have been named a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. As you explore, you might see surfers heading up from the beach, film crews shooting commercials, and couples walking their dogs along leafy boulevards.
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A spectacular 360-degree view of Tel Aviv and beyond awaits on the 49th-floor observation deck of the circular building in…Learn More >
The square was renamed for Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin after he was assassinated here on November 4, 1995. Passersby often…Learn More >
Recognized as one of Israel's major painters, Reuven Rubin (1893–1974) bequeathed his house to Tel Aviv along with 45 of…Learn More >