Situated on the Mediterranean coastline, Tel Aviv is the second largest city in Israel. Officially known as Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv was founded in 1909. It is a growing city with many modern attractions. Being a major economic hub and the richest city in Israel, Tel Aviv has been categorized as a beta+ world city. Being the main industrial center and financial capital of the country, Tel Aviv attracts business travelers from all over the world. The international travelers can reach Tel Aviv via Ben Gurion International Airport, which is located about 14 miles away from the city.
Tel Aviv - the city that never sleeps - is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Israel, attracting around 1.5 million international tourists every year. Fascinating beaches, amazing shopping centers, excellent restaurants, bars, cafés, thrilling cosmopolitan lifestyle, thriving nightclubs, popular 24-hour culture has made Tel Aviv a leading city. Tel Aviv is a city of parks with the most popular Hayarkon Park and other parks like Dubnow Park, Independence Park, Charles Clore Park, and Meir Park dotting its landscape. Other famous attractions include - Eretz-Israel Museum, Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Old Jaffa, Rabin Square, and Luna Park.