Art and Architecture- Design Museum Holon - the attraction is the Instagram-worthy building itself. Architect Ron Arad chose bands of Corten weathered steel that undulate around the museum’s internal spaces, like ribbons wrapping a present.
Brunch- The Israeli weekend starts on Friday morning and Tel Avivans kick it off with an all-day brunch. An example for the one of many beautifully set restaurants is Dallal
Beaches- Tel Aviv’s west side faces the Mediterranean Sea and has nine miles of beaches where couples, families, surfers, and sun seekers hang out. Most offer clean bathrooms, outdoor showers, and chairs or loungers you can rent for the day. The beaches just south or north of the Tel Aviv marina have volleyball nets, as well as kayaks, surfboards, and snorkelling equipment for rent.
Ports and Markets – There are several markets in the greater Tel Aviv area – starting from the flea market in Jaffa - where locals and tourists bargain for vintage finds, Arabic pottery, rugs, and more. The Carmel Market where one can find from exotic herbs and spices to Technicolor candies and food stalls by celebrated chefs
The Tel Aviv Hotels – Aside from the popular hotels at all-star levels, boutique hotels are now very trendy . The Norman- set in two perfectly restored 1920s buildings The Norman fuses the sophistication from a bygone era with modern elegance. Original works by Israeli artists decorate the 50-room property and public spaces. The Market House - a 44-room property set atop the archaeological remains of an eighth-century Byzantine chapel. Rooms feature balconies that look out onto the lively street and flea market
Shopping- Pick up a bracelet or ring at Agas & Tamar, where two designers make simple jewellery in gold and silver. Let Erez Rozen create your signature scent at Zielinski & Rozen, a no-frills Jaffa perfumery where the beakers, flasks, and brown glass jars that line the shelves lend the space a laboratory ambiance.
Dinner- Aside from very tasty top chef restaurants, one can find good dining for budget travellers – such as Orna & Ella. Tucked between chic boutiques on Sheinkin Street and ask for a table in the back patio, with its fragrant herbs and African violets planted in large tomato cans, and order the cucumber chicken salad with rocket and avocado.
Cocktails- The award winning The Imperial - set in the unimpressive facade of the building where it is located, but the Imperial is one of the city’s coolest watering holes.
Nightlife - For techno and deep house grooves by local and international DJs- Breakfast Club , live bands that play almost every night- Rothschild 12 or Anna Loulou, a small and cavernous bar where the crowd is as eclectic as the vibe.
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