Despite being located in an ancient region of the world, Tel Aviv - The White City - is unashamedly modern
One of the largest cities in Israel and situated on the Israeli-Mediterranean coast it follows only Jerusalem in terms of importance to the Jewish state.
While Jerusalem is the seat of Government, Tel Aviv is regarded as an economical and financial centre making it a vivid city with vibrant nightlife, a lively beach scene and spicy food culture. Whether you prefer beachfront or central hotels, Booked.net has plenty of direct hotel deals for you from cheap Tel Aviv hotels to the best in luxury accommodation.
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However, Tel Aviv has much more to offer than just entertainment. The city has developed from small desert settlement founded by several Jewish families migrating from overcrowded and hostile Jaffa to a dynamic metropolitan area in little more than a century.
So rapid was growth Tel Aviv outpaced Jaffa and both were merged into a single municipality in 1950.
- The world-class Museum of Art
- Independence Hall
- Historic buildings in Jaffa
The nickname The White City refers to a collection of more than 4000 Bauhaus or International Style buildings built in Tel Aviv from the 1930s by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to what was then known as Palestine after the rise of the Nazis. Tel Aviv has the largest number of buildings in this style of any city in the world.
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