Tel Aviv Beach 250 meters
Is situated in front of the Opera House. The name was given by Shlomo Lahat the former Mayor of Tel-Aviv as a token of gratitude to Teddy Kolek the legendary Mayor of Jerusalem. There is a beautiful view of Old Jaffa from the Jerusalem Beach
Old Jaffa 1 Km
Jaffa was annexed to Tel-Aviv in 1950 constituting the core of the biggest metropolitan city of Israel.
Rabin Square 750 meters
It is a square in the centre of Tel-Aviv formerly Kings of Israel Square where in the past military parades on Independence days used to take place and nowadays political rallies. The square was renamed following the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin in 1995.
Dizengoff Centre 730 meters
This is the shopping mall were locals and tourists alike do their shopping for famous brands. It is an air conditioned refuge during the very humid summers of Tel-Aviv.
Azrielli Observatory 2 Km
It is the best point to enjoy the panoramic view of Tel-Aviv metropolitan .
Eretz-Israel Museum 3.8 Km
The museum is located in the northern part of the city. It was established in 1953 and it has a large display of archaeological, anthropological and historical exhibits.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art 1.7 Km
The Museum was founded in 1932 by the first Mayor of Tel Aviv, Meir Dizengoff. The museum with its different sections is currently situated on Shaul Hamelech boulevard.
Jewish Diaspora Museum 5.5 Km
For more than three decades the museum displays the history, culture and faith of the Jewish people. It also presents the contribution of world Jewry to humanity.