12 Instagrammable places in Tel Aviv

Tural Abbasov30 October 20203307 views7 min. read
12 Instagrammable places in Tel Aviv
where is Tel Aviv even located? The city is located in Israel's Gush Dan metropolitan district, is the most populous city. It is the economic and technical hub of Israel, situated on the Israeli Mediterranean coastline and with a population of 460 thousand people. The collection of world-class museums in Tel Aviv, including one of the most famous places to visit in Tel Aviv - Diaspora Museum, offers the knowledge you need to make the most of walking around your city. In Israel, Tel Aviv is regarded as the most liberal city. No surprise, the city is also known as "The Miami Of The Middle East" and is a favorite spot for weekend getaways for youth. Now that we answered the question of "Where is Tel Aviv?" let us continue with another one, Is it safe to travel to Tel Aviv? A lot of potential visitors are asking themselves this question a lot, whether traveling to Israel is safe or not. However, in reality, Israel is actually a very secure country to travel to, despite what we usually witness in bombings and war news. Because of mass media, it is very easy to associate Gaza and the West Bank with all of Israel, which is mostly shown on the news. But it worth mentioning that we have to remember that these are not the areas where most Israelis live or work, and these locations are definitely not the areas that tourists should be visiting. So, is it safe to travel to Tel Aviv? Absolutely! Although there are so many things you can do in Tel Aviv, today we will be focusing on discovering the 12 Instagrammable places in Tel Aviv. We will also talk about how to find instagrammable places and just how to get most of the city during your time in Tel Aviv!

1. Hayarkon Park

hayarkon park This park, also known as "Tel Aviv Central Park" among locals and visitors, draws about 16 million tourists each year. The urban park's 3.8 square kilometers have walking trails, bike paths, dozens of play areas for children, botanical gardens, extensive lawns, sports facilities, two mini zoos, and artificial lakes. The park also houses offers amusement opportunities, including an aviary, a water park, a climbing wall, a train for youngsters, and paddle boat rental. So, if you were wondering what to do in Tel Aviv, grab your phone, and get walking around this beautiful park that just has the most Instagrammable view of the Mediterranean Sea that will surely leave all of your Instagram followers speechless!

2. Neve Tzedek

neve tzedek Who does not love a small cute town that is made for Instagrammers? Well, if you are one of us, then get ready to fall in love with Neve Tzedek! This neighborhood, composed of beautifully restored houses, thriving cafes, and trendy art galleries, is undeniably one of the city's most beautiful areas. Any of the prime art venues in Tel Aviv, including the Rokach House Museum and the Suzanne Dellal Centre, are located in this fashionable neighborhood. Who knows, maybe your next most liked Instagram photo will be from Neve Tzedek!

3. Tel Aviv port

marina port What to expect while you travel to Tel Aviv Israel? A lot of entertainment and just the best nightlife in the region! The port of Tel Aviv is one of the major leisure centers in the area, with stylish restaurants, pubs, nightclubs. Walking along the specially built wooden deck promenade, thousands of locals and visitors take in the salty sea breeze, stunning sunsets, and experience the vibe of Tel Aviv. If you love dressing up nicely and posting wild selfies from parties, then do not miss the chance to visit port during a time in Tel Aviv!

4. Tel Aviv Art Museum 

tel aviv art museum What to do in Tel Aviv for art lovers, though? In the Mahane Rabin neighborhood, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art is situated in the area's center. The museum is one of Israel's leading cultural institutions, housing works from the 16th century to the present. Whether you are a lover of sculpture or design, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art is a must-see destination for all visitors. Both the internal and external architecture of the museum provides a very Instagrammable background for you to enjoy.

5. Tel Aviv beaches

tel aviv beach Sandy beaches are a famous feature of Tel Aviv as its historical site. Here are the 3 most Instagrammable must-visit beaches of the city! Firstly, Gordon Beach, one of the most famous, never fails to attract visitors all year round. The next spot belongs to Banana Beach, situated near Jaffa on the southernmost tip, which attracts bohemian audiences for drum circles, singing, and dancing on Friday evenings. And last but not least, Metzizim Beach attracts to its sandy Tel Aviv beaches a smattering of everyone.

6. Culture Square

tel aviv night One of the best places to visit in Tel Aviv, definitely, is this square. Here you can get a chance to see a lot of museums, orchestras, theatres, art galleries, dance venues, and music halls that will make your travel to Tel Aviv Israel, even more cultural than it was. But how to find Instagrammable places mentioned above? In short, head over to Culture Square to get a taste of the city's art scene. The historic Mann Auditorium, home to the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the newly refurbished Habima National Theater, and the Helena Rubinstein Contemporary Art Pavilion are all located here.

7. Carmel Market

carmel market In the 1920s, the Carmel market was set up. It is bordered by Allenby Street and Magen David Square and is mainly situated along Carmel Street, although streets such as Nahalat Binyamin Street have expanded over time. Except for Saturday, the market is open every day of the week and sells mainly grains and a selection of items such as flowers. As several independent artists and vendors sell unique crafts, art, Tuesdays and Fridays are the market's signature days. In the market, people gather on stalls selling everything from bright herbs to shades for a knock-off. This is an excellent place to stop before heading to the beach for picnic supplies. You'll be overwhelmed by the hustle and bustle of Carmel within a few minutes of exploration. The market is one of the most authentic places to visit in Tel Aviv.

8. The Diaspora Museum

tel aviv museum Beit Hatfutsot, another name for the museum, is the center point for Jewish communities in Israel and worldwide. This majestic facility traces the Jewish people's history and illustrates worldwide religion and society's continuous transformation. For Jews, it is more than just a museum as they get to learn more about their heritage worldwide. Meanwhile, international visitors get an excellent chance to learn about Israel and the Jewish imprint worldwide.

9. Rabin Square

rabin square Rabin Square, named after Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, is known as the main plaza just outside City Hall. He was assassinated in November 1995, during a peace rally in this square. At the spot where he was assassinated stands a memorial to Rabin. Israeli sculptor Yael Ben-Artzi used 16 basalt stones from the Golan Heights and sunk them into the soil to symbolize Rabin's deep relation to the ground. Personally, I believe that this statue is one of the most meaningful ones I have ever seen in my life. Try to visit this spot during your time in Tel Aviv.

10. Dizengoff Street

dizengoff street Sit on one of the benches around the Fire & Water Fountain for an excellent place for taking Instagram pictures or just a spot to take a rest. The fountain is situated in Dizengoff Square, which every Thursday from 4-11 pm displays works by young Israeli automotive, graphic, luxury designers.

11. Levinsky Market

levinsky market A hidden treasure in the heart of southern Tel Aviv is the Levinsky Market. The combination of exotic spices and unique personality could attract everyone into this business. A popular spot for locals, the market is one of the best places to buy spices in Tel Aviv. Visitors can also eat their way through the extensive culinary history of the market here. The place is also known as heaven among food bloggers, including me, who love taking Instagram pictures of food!

12. Old City Jaffa

jaffa In Israel, there is a very ancient port city called Jaffa. It is known for its connection with Jonah, Solomon, and Saint Peter's biblical legends and the mythological tale of Andromeda and Perseus, and later for its oranges. Meanwhile, in the Old City of Jaffa, the narrow passageways and ancient structures are worlds apart from modern Tel Aviv. Sea, an old part of the city and cuisine that is hard to forget, sounds like a percent place to visit me!

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