Every major city in the world has it’s well known sites, a must see point that gatheres around it tourists fro all around the world.
Tel-Aviv has no huge monuments or
it’s uniqueness is in it’s small parts and it’s special areas, that makes you feel like a real vacation
Hilton Beach – Hilton Beach is the official gay beach of Tel-Aviv. It’s Location just uner HaAtzmaut park, a walking distance from Dizengoff & Ben yehuda streets’ makes it the perfect place to enjoy a combination of the streets urban vibes and the sea relaxed spirit.
During pride week the rainbow flags covering the beach, making no room for mistakes about itws caracter. vistiors from around the globe ar sunbathing while enjoying the music’ played by the leading Dj’s of Tel Aviv gay clubs.
The beach is located north of the Hilton Hotel under the statue of an eagle. On hot summer days you can expect the shore to be packed with sunbathers, locals and tourists.
HaAtzmaut (Independence) Park – The Independence Park, which was one of the first cruising areas in Tel Aviv, back in the pre-Apps days. At the present, the park is not that active, but still worth a visit
Jaffa Port – Jaffa port is one of the most historic tourist attractions in ancient ports from around the world that still functions as a base for fishermen. The port offers new exhibitions, guided walking or segue tours, group cruises, restaurants and bars, fresh fish, live performances, etc.
Carmel Market – The Carmel Market is the most famous of all Tel Aviv’s marketplaces, with some of Tel Aviv’s trendy spots for bars, restaurants, coffee shops and chef-owned food stalls. HaCarmel is Tel Aviv’s largest market offering from hand-made local food, to boutique dellis.
Rothschild Blvd & The White City – “The White City”, the world’s largest grouping of buildings (About 4,000) in the International Style, also known as Bauhaus. In July, 2003, UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, proclaimed ” The White City”, the unique urban and historical fabric of Tel Aviv-Jaffa, as a World Cultural Heritage site.
Rothschild Boulevard is one of the most iconic streets in Tel Aviv, Located in the heart of the White City. a walk down the street will give you the opportunity to see Tel Aviv cultural center, with the main theater and concert hall of Tel Aviv, tens of toprestaurants and coffee kiosks located in the center of the Blvd.
Gan Meir & the LGBT center – Tel Aviv gay communal center was established in 2008 in order to create a safe enviroment for LGBT activities, provided by the many LGBT organizations operating in israel’ including culture, art, live performances, theatre and support for groups or individuals. In addition, The Gay center offers therapy, legal consultation, medical services, and more.
the LGBT center is located in the heart of Meir garden. the garden was named after Meir Dizengoff, the first mayor of Tel Aviv, opened in 1944.