Dan Panorama Tel Aviv
Charles Clore Park, 10 Kaufman St., Tel Aviv, 68012
ISNN will take place at Dan Panorama Hotel and Convention Center, Tel Aviv, that is located along the shore of the Mediterranean.
Rooms have been reserved at the Dan Panorama Hotel and will be offered to ISNN participants at a special reduced rate when booked through the ISNN website.
Tel Aviv – A City That Never Sleeps
Tel-Aviv - majestic in beauty and rich in culture – with a unique history all of its own. Tel-Aviv proudly boasts museums, opera, theatres, music and dance, and fine cuisine.
If Israel is a culinary superpower, Tel Aviv is its capital. Between the falafel stands and the gourmet restaurants that earn multiple forks in the Gault-Millau guide – not to mention a wide spectrum of Chinese, Italian, seafood and meat restaurants – a unique culinary culture has blossomed, unmatched by any other food mecca.
The Tel-Aviv-Jaffa metropolitan area is comfortably situated along the shores of the Mediterranean. Visitors can enjoy a 10 km promenade, clean sand beaches, lounge chairs, ice-cream vendors and diehard beach-lovers that swim daily, winter and summer, no matter when.
Tel-Aviv, the first Hebrew city in modern times, was founded in 1909. The center of the city is mostly a result of a pioneering urban design by Sir Patrick Geddes in 1927-1929. In July 2003, UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, proclaimed the unique urban and historical fabric of Tel-Aviv-Jaffa, known as the “White City", as a World Cultural Heritage site. By this proclamation, the international community recognized the exceptional architectural qualities of the buildings, streets, squares and avenues of Tel-Aviv. This is the world's largest cluster of buildings in the International Style, also known as Bauhaus.
Experience Tel Aviv – a city that never sleeps; the heartbeat of the Mediterranean.