From bustling markets to white-tablecloth restaurants, we’ve rounded up our can’t-miss spots and activities in Tel Aviv that are sure bets for foodies.
Bauhaus curves and barely there earth tones come together in the flawless, upmarket new boutique hotel R48, located in a blindingly white 1930s building on Tel Aviv’s prestigious Rothschild Boulevard.
Tel Aviv is Israel’s most cosmopolitan city. Founded in 1909, it’s young in both age and spirit. Here is a guide to the hotels, restaurants, bars, museums, and shops design lovers shouldn’t miss.
Progressive in spirit and alive with Mediterranean vivacity, Israel’s coastal city buzzes with a creative, relaxed energy—with plenty of room for R&R.
This restored historical complex is now a residential oasis with a culinary focus.