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The Top Places to Fall in Love With Israel

1Tel Aviv

539 properties in Tel Aviv

Welcome to Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv’s hit upon a perfect blend. Diverse and fun-loving, it welcomes all colours of the rainbow with open arms. It’s got beautiful beaches, pumping nightlife and historic spots aplenty. Add in countless quirky corners and historical hotspots and you’ve got a winning combo!

What Travelers Love About Tel Aviv

  • Beach

    12,616 endorsements

  • Nightlife

    7,199 endorsements

  • Food

    7,103 endorsements

  • Sand Beaches

    2,702 endorsements

2Jerusalem

225 properties in Jerusalem

Welcome to Jerusalem

One of the world’s oldest cities, Jerusalem is revered in Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Its focal point is the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Old City where 4 diverse quarters sit side by side, surrounded by 16th-century walls.

What Travelers Love About Jerusalem

  • History

    6,649 endorsements

  • Old Town

    6,066 endorsements

  • Culture

    4,406 endorsements

  • Monuments

    3,049 endorsements

3Eilat

155 properties in Eilat

What Travelers Love About Eilat

  • Diving

    3,388 endorsements

  • Snorkeling

    2,699 endorsements

  • Beach

    4,321 endorsements

  • Reef Diving

    2,431 endorsements

4Ein Bokek

13 properties in Ein Bokek

What Travelers Love About Ein Bokek

  • Health Spas

    1,184 endorsements

  • Relaxation

    1,184 endorsements

  • Desert

    357 endorsements

  • Beach

    891 endorsements

Best places to see in Israel

Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Museums
Picasso and Rodin, Monet and Moore, Klimt and Kandinsky – just some of the artists whose work graces the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Never mind the Pollocks and the Rothkos. It’s a veritable feast of brushwork at TMAM. The quirky Herta and Paul Amir Hall could only be an art gallery – it captivates with its funky angles, confusing geometry and sleek monochrome skin.
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Rothschild Boulevard
Popular Areas
Bow down to Bauhaus! Tel Aviv’s most prestigious address is like an open-air museum of Bauhaus architecture. This famously functional aesthetic took root in the 1930s when a raft of Jewish architects migrated to Tel Aviv. It was here, in Independence Hall, where the State of Israel was declared in 1948. Grab an ice cream from a kiosk and gaze around at its architectural gems.
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HaYarkon Park
Parks
HaYarkon’s everything you want in a city park. Open, grassy expanses, jogging paths, basketball courts, a boating lake and six different botanical gardens. Yet that’s not all – time your visit to HaYarkon right and you could catch a bona fide big-name pop concert. Star acts like Rihanna, Madonna and David Bowie have all performed to thousands of screaming music fans right here.
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The Old Jaffa Port
Landmarks
This port is steeped in tales. It was here – they say – that Jonah set sail before his unfortunate encounter with a whale. As you look around, the history is still palpable. Old stone buildings rise gently up the hill, spires poke above the rumpled skyline, as fishing boats bob lazily below. Wander along the waterfront before feasting on a prize catch at Fleamarket Restaurant.
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Beach Promenade
Popular Areas
Ah, seaside strolls. Who can deny their restorative powers? The salty breeze, the endorphins rushing through your veins – Tel Aviv’s promenade is tailor-made for such a tonic. This strip is a favourite with weekend cyclists, early-bird joggers and sunset-gazing lovebirds. Take your beau by the hand and amble along at dusk, pausing to admire the sky’s myriad shades of fire.
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Dizengoff Square
Landmarks
Up and down we go. In the 1970s, urban planners raised this famous square in a bid to ease traffic congestion. What they left is a curious platform that sits above a crossroads, with ramps sloping down to street level. In the middle lies the Fire and Water Fountain – a kinetic sculpture of revolving colours and jets. Plonk yourself down on a bench and watch the world go by.
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What travelers love about Israel

Beach
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Food
Recommended by 11581 travelers
History
Recommended by 10476 travelers

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