You can find on this page the Tel Aviv tourist map to print and to download in PDF. The Tel Aviv tourist attractions map presents the monuments, museums, parks and points of interest of Tel Aviv in Israel.
The Tel Aviv sightseeing map shows all tourist places and points of interest of Tel Aviv. This tourist attractions map of Tel Aviv will allow you to easily plan your visits of landmarks of Tel Aviv in Israel. The Tel Aviv tourist map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
With 2.5 million international visitors annually, Tel Aviv is the fifth-most-visited city in the Middle East & Africa as you can see in Tel Aviv tourist map. It is known as "the city that never sleeps" and a "party capital" due to its thriving nightlife, young atmosphere and famous 24-hour culture. NBA player Anthony Parker called Tel Aviv the best basketball city to go out in. Tel Aviv has branches of some of the world leading hotels, including the Crowne Plaza, Sheraton, Dan, Isrotel and Hilton. It is home to many museums, architectural and cultural sites, with city tours available in different languages. Apart from bus tours, architectural tours, Segway tours, and walking tours are also popular. Tel Aviv is famous for its wide variety of world-class restaurants, offering traditional Israeli dishes as well as international fare.
Tel Aviv has 44 hotels with more than 6,500 rooms as its shown in Tel Aviv tourist map. The beaches of Tel Aviv play a major role in the city cultural and touristic scene, often ranked as some of the best beaches in the world. Hayarkon Park is the most visited urban park in Israel, with 16 million visitors annually. Other parks within city limits include Charles Clore Park, Independence Park, Meir Park and Dubnow Park. About 19% of the city land are green spaces. Tel Aviv is an international hub of highly active and diverse nightlife with bars, dance bars and nightclubs staying open well past midnight. The largest area for nightclubs is the Tel Aviv port, where the city large, commercial clubs and bars draw big crowds of young clubbers from both Tel Aviv and neighboring cities. The "TLV club" is the largest and often hosts big international acts and DJs. Another major clubbing area is the Yad Harutsim area, near the old central bus station area of town.
Named by Out Magazine "The gay capital of the Middle East", Tel Aviv is one of the most popular destinations for gay tourists internationally, with a large LGBT community. American journalist David Kaufman has described the city as a place “packed with the kind of ‘we are here, we are queer’ vibe more typically found in Sydney and San Francisco as its mentioned in Tel Aviv tourist map. The city hosts its well-known pride parade, the biggest in Asia, attracting over 100,000 people yearly. In January 2008, Tel Aviv municipality established the city LGBT Community Center, providing all of the municipal and cultural services to the LGBT community under one roof. In December 2008, Tel Aviv began putting together a team of gay and lesbian athletes for the 2009 World Outgames in Copenhagen. In addition, Tel Aviv hosts an annual LGBT Film Festival.
The Tel Aviv attractions map shows the main monuments, museums and parks of Tel Aviv. This tourist places map of Tel Aviv will allow you to easily plan your visits of tourist attractions of Tel Aviv in Israel. The Tel Aviv attractions map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Tel Aviv is defined by its coastal position. The beaches attract tourists and locals alike. On weekends, Tel Aviv strips of sand are crowded with sun-worshippers, posers, and people just chilling out. The most popular sandy stretches are centrally located Gordon Beach, Frishman Beach, and Banana Beach as you can see in Tel Aviv attractions map, where you will find excellent facilities such as freshwater showers, sun loungers, and sunshades for rent. A short walk south along the coast from downtown Tel Aviv brings you to the old Arab port town of Jaffa, with its preserved acropolis remains and well-restored stone architecture. Much of the original bazaar area is now home to restaurants and artisan boutiques. It is particularly lively in the evening when the old town throngs with diners.
One of Tel Aviv most atmospheric neighborhoods, the Yemenite Quarter is full of meandering alleyways lined by old-style architecture that has withstood the area gentrification. It was first settled by Yemenite Jews in the early 20th century, and the original feel of the closely-packed streets is still very much alive. The hub of Tel Aviv is this central plaza, laid out on two levels with a raised area for pedestrians above the carriageway and topped by the peculiar modern-art Fire and Water Fountain, designed by Israeli artist Yaacov Agam. The plaza and the street running off it are named after Meir Dizengoff, Tel Aviv first mayor after the city separated from Jaffa as its shown in Tel Aviv attractions map. The city major museum and a leading light in Israel contemporary art scene, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art contains works by Degas, Monet, Van Gogh, Henry Moore, Picasso, Jackson Pollock, and the world largest collection of work by Israeli artists.
The funky Neve Tzedek Quarter as its mentioned in Tel Aviv attractions map, is the city oldest neighborhood, with European-Jewish settlers first building houses here in the 1880s. These lovely old buildings have been well preserved, and many now house arty boutiques, cafés, and some of the city hippest restaurants. Little Bialik Street is home to three historical houses that will interest history and culture lovers. The House of artist Reuven Rubin is now a museum dedicated to his work, full of paintings, as well as old photographs of Tel Aviv. Farther along the street, Bialik House used to be the residence of poet Chaim Nachman Bialik and is now a tribute to his life and works. Tel Aviv old port area (known as Namal) has been slickly rejuvenated and is now a hip waterfront hangout strip full of shops and cafés. The boardwalk here is a favorite for promenading youngsters, while families flock to the area on weekends. The area is home to small private art galleries and an excellent indoor market.
The Tel Aviv zoo map shows recommended tours of the Tel Aviv Zoological Park. This zoo map of Tel Aviv will allow you to easily find out where each animal is and where to picnic in the Zoological Park of Tel Aviv in Israel. The Tel Aviv zoo map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The Ramat Gan Safari Park is the main zoo of the Tel Aviv area and is home to the largest collection of animals in the Middle East. Arranged as a 250 acre African Safari Park, unique in the world as the African animals who live here are able to roam around the park, and visitors are able to have an African safari experience, just minutes from the center of downtown Tel Aviv as you can see in Tel Aviv zoo map. There is also a zoo within the park. The Ramat Gan Safari Park is located just outside the official borders of the city of Tel Aviv, in the neighboring city of Ramat Gan. Its 250 acres of parkland are right in the center of one of the most densely populated areas of the world, making the phenomenal entrance and transition from modern city to African safari park even more stark and impressive. Together, the African Safari Park and zoo house over 1,600 species of animals including 68 species of mammals, 130 species of fowl and 25 species of reptiles.
Tel Aviv zoo contains animals from Africa and beyond, notably home to breeding herds of African and Asian elephants, the gorilla, chimpanzee, and orangutan families, the hippo herd, and the pride of lions as its shown in Tel Aviv zoo map. The Park takes place in a large number of international projects cooperating with other zoos across the Middle East and beyond. Visiting the Ramat Gan Safari Park, you can explore in your own car, by joining a tour, or even by segway tour. Segway Tours run daily and cost 250NIS per person including entry and segway hire. Tickets cost NIS57 per person, or NIS50 for students, soldiers, Tel Aviv/Ramat Gan residents, handicapped, seniors, or people visiting in a group of 20 or more in one vehicle.
The Ramat Gan Safari Park or Tel Aviv zoo is located less than five miles from downtown Tel Aviv. If driving from Tel Aviv, head south out of the city on Road 20 (Ayalon Freeway) continuing onto Road 1 (toward Jerusalem and Ben Gurion Airport). Pass Kibbutz Galuyot Interchange continuing for 2/3 miles before reaching the Ganot Interchange, where you should head north on Road 4 as its mentioned in Tel Aviv zoo map. Continue north for a short while, passing straight over the first interchange, and the entrance will be on your left. If driving from Jerusalem, head towards Tel Aviv on Road 1, leaving at the Ganot Interchange, where you should head north on Road 4. Continue north for a short while, passing straight over the first interchange, and the entrance will be on your left.