Having mostly sat out the global recession in recent years, Israel‘s economy is booming, and Tel Aviv, with an influx of 3 million international visitors every year, is its seaside cultural and commercial Headquarters. Tel Aviv is a cacophonous mixtape of heritage that offers an exciting melting pot of cuisines, cultural traits, accents and world-views, it is often called ‘The City That Never Sleeps’ and we can promise it will amaze, delight, and have you begging for more with its verity of high end restaurants, trendy cafes, cool bars, wild nightlife, amazing architecture, white sand beaches and crystal blue water.
1 .Nachlat Binyamin art market –
The Nahalat Binyamin market is one of Israel’s biggest arts and crafts markets with ceramics, toys, paintings, framed photos and Judaical pieces. It is an excellent place to browse for original Tel Aviv souvenirs, all handmade and sold by their artist creators.