About Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv - also known as `The City That Never Sleeps` celebrated in 2009 its 100th anniversary. In 2003, the “White City" of Tel Aviv was proclaimed a World Cultural Heritage site by UNESCO, for its special "Bauhaus" architectural style.
Tel Aviv is the 2nd largest city of Israel and considered as the country’s commercial and cultural capital. Tel Aviv is foremost a beach city but is also a busy metropolis with a lively combination of entertainment venues, shopping malls, exotic markets, gorgeous golden beaches and wonderful restaurants, inspiring its visitors with its unique energetic atmosphere of excitement and fun.
Only an hour drive from Jerusalem and a couple of hours drive from the Dead Sea and the Galilee, Tel Aviv is an excellent point of departure for Pre and Post Congress Tours.
The special blend of Mediterranean ambience, seaside resort, modern facade and world renowned night life, is what makes the city so uniquely appealing.
Did you know? - Tel Aviv is no. 3 on Lonely Planet’s top ten cities for 2011!
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