In spite of its youthful looks, Tel Aviv is the center of Israel’s culture, economy, and entertainment. The city has something to offer anyone who visit. In fact, the independence hall (where the State of Israel was officially declared) is an excellent stop for those interested in the history of the country. Furthermore, major museums such as the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, the Diaspora Museum, and the Eretz Israel Museum (Museum of the Land of Israel) are available for a nice, cultured afternoon.
For those looking for leisure activities, Tel Aviv also has many shopping centers, and is filled with cultural places such as the artist’s fair and the Carmel market.