Top 3 Places for Accommodation for a Tourist in Tel Aviv

Top 3 Places for Accommodation for a Tourist in Tel Aviv

Top 3 Places for Accommodation for a Tourist in Tel Aviv

A stark contrast from its older sibling, taking a step from Jerusalem into Tel Aviv will be like entering a whole new world. The place can be easily be defined in three single words- modern, vibrant and cosmopolitan. With hedonism being the main religion in this metropolitan place, Tel Aviv can be named as the bustling Mediterranean 'Manhattan'. If the city's name in Hebrew roughly translates to 'Hill of Spring', the place is full of blooms surrounded by an environment of permanent renewal. So, if you find yourself in the city of spring, the place is as well as you can expect it to be, with flowers always in bloom, lively restaurants at every corner, and a general happy environment, that will make sure that there's always a party going on in the region. However, keeping all this aside, the biggest draws of the place is the perfect strip of beaches and its UNESCO listed Bauhaus buildings.

In a place that can be so culturally and demographically diverse, it becomes necessary for the tourist to decide what kind of place to stay in. To give you the local guidance you have been looking for, here is the list of the best regions to take a roof in the Tel Aviv region:

1. White City

Though the place is qualified enough to be considered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but the dynamic nature of the place can just not be fitting to the boring, historic or the ageing qualification. With the largest collection of International and Bauhaus style buildings, this place was at least eligible to be named as the modern UNESCO World Heritage Sites; White City was the place that was made up by Jews from Germany and Austria, giving this place a distinctive style of architecture. Lined with hundreds of alluring buildings that feature tree-lined streets and boulevards, this is one place that is a mosaic of all the countries the place has come in from. White City is filled up with beautiful cafes and delicious smelling restaurants; this is one of the best places to take your taste buds on a ride. Some of the most famous streets in the region include Rothschild Boulevard, Sheinkin Street and Bialik Street, making excellent places to take a silent stroll through the city and maybe come across some of the best cafes that would not be mentioned about in the guide books!

2. Neve Tzedek

Counted as one of the oldest districts in the Tel Aviv district, the dynamic demography of the area is something about the demography in the region that keeps it still young at heart. Also nicknamed as another district of Tel Aviv, the place has now been morphed into Little Paris enlivened in the premise of Tel Aviv. As you take a step into the Neve Tzedek region, the wind will silently take on, the hustle and bustle of the city silently fades in the background and the environment will be enfolded into a peaceful wrap. One of the most famous streets in the region is the Shabazi streets, lined up with great cafes and restaurants, along with a wide profusion of galleries and boutiques. You can easily mistake this beautiful place for a quaint medieval town in Southern France. If all that is not enough to draw your attention to this neighbourhood in Tel Aviv, there is a beach located just a few minutes in the western end, making it one of the most beautiful places to find a roof in!

3. Jaffa

The spurting place of Tel Aviv, Jaffa is one of the oldest ancient ports and a beautiful walled city. The place is massively restored, with its walled city features with the pretty alleyways and galleries lining its beautiful roads that give you an excellent road to walk on. Morphing slowing into the Southern Tel Aviv, Jaffa, complete with its old narrow streets and beautiful courtyards, is slowly becoming one of the favourites for the urbane population. One of the most famous features in the region is the Jaffa flea market, a place where you can witness the vendors selling a wide plethora of interesting, unique and antique products.

So, if you are all set to indulge in a perfect holiday full of fun, beauty and leisure, Then Tel Aviv calls out to you! Happy Travels!