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Tel Aviv: Between cultural- historic roots, sun-spoiled beaches and vibrant nightlife

Israel is more than just a tourist destination and has evolved into a glamourous country of many facets that attracts tourists from all over the world. Many want to expand their knowledge of the region’s history, while others want to understand today’s social–political issues. Tel Aviv is the perfect destination to experience a rich melting pot of Israel’s cultural history and modernity with various options to relax, indulging senses in lively impressions of culture or getting carried away in fascinating nightlife.

The presence of nine NephroCare dialysis centres in immediate vicinity of the Tel Aviv- Jaffa region allows you to focus entirely on the pleasures of your vacation whilst you can rely on the high quality standards and experienced staff taking care of you during the holiday dialysis treatments you have booked in one of our NephroCare centres between Rishon Le Zion, Tel Aviv city centre or Taybe.


A kaleidoscope of scenic impressions

This country may be relatively small, but its scenic diversity is enormous – from the breath-taking beauty of its hills and valleys, to the eerie stillness of the Negev desert, the peaceful borders of the Sea of Galilee and the ancient walls and pathways of Nazareth and Jerusalem.

Known as a place of Christian pilgrimage but also the largest freshwater lake in the country, the Sea of Galilee features the spectacular backdrop of the Galilee Mountains and the Golan foothills. It is possible to visit the holy sites in vessels constructed just like their ancient wooden counterparts. Visitors can cross the Sea of Galilee to Tabgha, where the Biblical loaves and fish miracle took place, and to Capernaum, where Jesus is said to have lived and taught. From there, they can also visit the Mount of Beatitudes, the site of the Sermon on the Mount. The lake is also surrounded by attractive beaches, and a variety of water sports are on offer.

Don’t miss visiting the world’s most saline lake: at 431 metres below sea level, the Dead Sea is also situated at the lowest natural point on the Earth’s surface. Its waters have a salt concentration of 34 percent, which is why many people who suffer from skin complaints travel to Israel to bathe in the Dead Sea. Yet the word “bathe” does not begin to describe the unreal feeling of weightlessness when floating in the water, which has a constant temperature of around 40 degrees.

Time to relax on the beach and enjoy the nightlife of Tel Aviv

For many visitors, their journey starts and ends at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv. There is, of course, plenty to see and do in Israel’s capital! In the city centre of you should not miss to walk along Rothschild Boulevard, taking a look at some of the finest Bauhaus architecture of Tel Aviv. Not far from here, the Independence Hall “Beit Dizengoff” is a very symbolic place, being the former residence of Tel Aviv’s first mayor and the scene of David Ben-Gurion’s proclamation of the state of Israel in 1948, which is documented with exhibitions inside the building.

A little over a century ago, Tel Aviv consisted mainly of sand and dunes. Its beaches are still worth sunbathing on, but with its excellent nightlife, these days, Tel Aviv is also a magnet for party people. As a general rule, many bars only get busy around midnight, and some clubs only begin to fill up at around 2 am. For this reason, the bars in Tel Aviv frequently stay open until dawn.

But don’t worry if your night lasted too long. Just take a nap during your visit to one of the several great spots on the well-kept, sandy beaches stretching over 14 kilometres along the oceanfront of Tel Aviv. The most popular beaches are Gordon Beach, Frishman Beach and Banana Beach and they all are equipped with showers and sunbeds for rent. You should also take the time for a pleasant walk on the famous Tayelet promenade along the beachfront and its colourful cafés and bars.

Next to Tel Aviv, just a short walk south along the ocean from Tel Aviv downtown, the historic centre of Jaffa is also worth a visit. The ancient Arab port town is around 4,000 years old, and many different ethnicities have left their traces here. It therefore comes as no surprise that Jaffa features almost as many historic references as Jerusalem. The blend of different ages, styles and elements creates its own charm and character. And as most journeys start and end here, why not stay in Jaffa for one more days and explore the well-restored stone architectures like the ancient bazaar and the port area.

A bit further north of Tel Aviv the sea resort Netanya is very popular also for locals spending their weekends on the ten kilometres stretch of golden sand beach with its beautiful shoreline and lots of cosy cafes, restaurants and bars in the downtown area.


You can find all kinds of accommodation in and around Tel Aviv’s urban central district and Jaffa. Choose from centrally located bed & breakfasts, boutique hotels or large hotel resorts depending on your preference and budget. In case you would like to spend a day or two in Netanya, there are also several options for accommodation.

Culinary & Culture

The multitude of Tel Aviv’s restaurants and bars offers a broad variety of flavours and different culinary interpretations of traditional Jewish food and contemporary street food with classics like Hummus, Falafel or Shakshuka being re-invented in exciting dishes of fusion kitchen or served in the same time-honoured way of past hundreds of years. You can choose from simple market stands or snack bars up to fancy restaurants and award-winning cuisine, Tel Aviv has it all, and of course, it’s all kosher!

You should not miss a stroll over Carmel Market in the most atmospheric areas of Tel Aviv, the Yemenite Quarter. Between numerous alleyways with old-style architecture of early 20th century you can encounter the stimulating atmosphere of delicious scents and flavours paired with bright colours of the fresh vegetables, fruits and spices being sold in the marked stands. Also if you feel a bit hungry, Carmel Market is the right place for you.

If you would like to experience more traces of the local culture and history you should visit one of Tel Aviv’s museums: The Tel Aviv Museum of Art comprises the world’s largest collection of works by Israeli artists next to several other famous works of Degas, Monet, Van Gogh or Picasso and the Diaspora Museum “Beit Hatefutsoth” impressively illustrates the life and culture of Jewish people all over the world throughout past centuries with a broad variation of exhibitions.


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