Travelling to the magnificent city of Tel Aviv
In Tel Aviv, the East is united with the West, the traditional with fashion and landscape with the sea in a marvelous way. It is one of those cities that, once you visit it, you do not want to leave.
It is located in the heart of the Mediterranean, on the southeast of Cyprus, and is a city that combines the old with the new in a way that leaves them feeling of many different worlds at the same time. The Israeli capital may be Jerusalem, but no region in the country has Tel Aviv’s global recognition and radiation.
The name in Hebrew means “spring hill” and, as if the military presence is obvious, it is a city that is sunny any time of the year and that has not only been left untouched by the economic crisis but is growing rapidly. Everyday luxury restaurants and hotels are inaugurated, while art, prospering and “occupying” entire neighborhoods.
There are places where you will feel as intimate, almost as if you are in Europe, some that remind you of western metropolia like New York and many others that remind you that you are in the charming East.
It is the most important shopping center in the country and economic activities in the city account for about 15% of national employment. There is a large part of the Israeli industry concentrated, mainly in the textile, metallurgy, tanning, printing, and diamond processing industries. The metropolitan area of Tel Aviv is the center of Israel’s high technology, and the city is also an important educational center with many educational institutions.
So let’s discover the most important places you need to visit in Tel Aviv.
Where to stay
Tel Aviv is a city that has a lot of great hotels, for your stay there. However, the smartest way to find a great place is to trust the vacation rental company “Sasson & Co”. This new entry in the era of hospitality is here to show the guests of the city what comfort and glamorous staying actually means. Sasson & Co opened in June of 2018 and it is already a highly valued choice.
The rooms that can be rent are occupied with all the 5 stars’ hotels amenities. Clean and modern, they can satisfy even the guest’s biggest needs. Rich breakfast is served at any of the rooms, while a host is ready to answer any of your questions, all day and night long.
All of the rooms are cleaned in a very strict way, so as you feel safe in your own area. WIFI is offered free of charge in every one of those great rooms and you can be in touch with everyone in the world and not having to worry about the upcoming project back at work.
You can also ask for details or booking a ticket for a show in the city or a table at your favorite restaurant, with the help of the host, or you can order a great meal in your room, with your favorite company.
The most important thing with Sasson & Co though, is that this company is ready to cover any traveler’s needs and make everyone feel that he is safe and convenient, like back home. Sasson & Co is also ready to help everyone to discover this magnificent city and share all its secrets with him. Tel Aviv is not a common city it is a combination of lots of cities. This company is ready to show you the way to enjoy
you’re staying there, so as when you return here, it’s always going to feel like you’re coming back home and not to a common hotel.
Full Concierge service, Luxury Accommodations that starts from 100$ per night.
The new neighborhoods
For many years, the southern districts of Tel Aviv were in the shadow of the northern, but in recent years this inequality has ceased to exist. Areas in the south of the city have developed to the point of being a bastion of free expression and arts, and the low cost of apartments has brought many artists and intellectuals there.
The Carmel market
If you want to go shopping in Tel Aviv, there is no better place to be rather than the famous Carmel Street. There, you will find mostly food, but also various items for your house, clothes, and flowers, and every Tuesday and Friday independent artists sell their work, from artwork to jewelry and other handmade items. Of course, you must know that in Israel on Saturday (Shabbat) is like Sunday and everything is closed, with the working week starting from Sunday.