5 Places To Visit in Tel Aviv

A handy guide on our favourite places to visit in Tel Aviv.


by Wani Azahar

Coined as “The City That Never Stops”, Tel Aviv is booming with fun activities to see and do.
Whether it’s 2am or 2pm, here are our favourite 5 places to visit in Tel Aviv.

Hilton Beach

Deemed as the “Miami of The Mediterranean”, the shoreline of Tel Aviv boasts a long stretch of sandy beaches, beautiful waters and unbelievable views of the horizon. One of which is the famous Hilton Beach. 


It is a favourite amongst the celebrities (maybe you might even spot Bar Rafaeli on her visits home!) and is great for swimming, surfing and sunbathing. Not only that, it is also one of the pet-friendly beaches in Tel Aviv, so bring along your furry friend to enjoy the waters together. 

Just below Hilton Hotel at 205 Ha-Yarkon St

Nahalat Binyamin Artist Market

Art lovers, you definitely do not want to miss out on the Nahalat Binyamin Arts & Crafts fair.

Happening every Tuesday and Friday along the pedestrian mall, this outdoor festival shows off the works of more than 200 Israeli craftsmen and artists. Discover a smogarsboard of handmade trinkets to bring home such as jewellery, home accessories, Judaica and more – a favourite activity for both locals and tourists.

Nahalat Binyamin St

Carmel Market

For those still energised after visiting the Nahalat Binyamin Fair, hop over to The Carmel Market down the street to experience an authentic “shuk” (market in Hebrew) vibe. 


It boasts a vibrant crowd looking to enjoy the boutique cheeses, fresh produces, spices and even clothes and souvenirs available on the HaCarmel Street.

The Carmel Market is such a success that  many trendy bars, cafes and restaurants have begun to pop up in the surrounding area to add to the hustle and bustle of the marketplace.

11 HaCarmel Street

Dizengoff Street

The Dizengoff Street is such a hotspot amongst both locals and tourists that it even has its own Hebrew slang — “l’hizdangef” — to express the action of strolling down this iconic street.


From designer shops hot party spots, this two-mile stretch is bustling with activities to see and do which of course includes getting your drinks on as early as 4pm. Just come ready to be spoilt for choice. 

Tel Aviv Rollers

Nothing like cruising through the city on wheels to explore the best of Tel Aviv.

Gather every Tuesday night along with other 400 in-line skaters, 10pm at Habima National Theater to zip along a 20km route across the city as you uncover the city’s famous night spots.

Escorted by the police, the Tel Aviv Rollers is definitely a safe yet adrenaline-pumping way to check out the city.

2 Tarsat Boulevard, Habimah Square