InterContinental David Tel Aviv
You could start your day out in Tel Aviv with a jog along the beach, then wander down to buzzing Carmel Market, moments from the hotel, to pick up a delicious fresh fruit juice. From there you can walk to Old Jaffa in around 20 minutes, to explore the winding streets of the atmospheric ancient port district. Look out for the Ottoman Clock Tower on your way to the Jaffa flea market, where you can browse stalls overflowing with handmade jewellery, vintage lamps and antique prayer shawls.
After three, when the sun is past its peak, is the perfect time to relax on the beach. Play matkot, an Israeli beach game similar to badminton, or take a dip in the warm Mediterranean waters. For a little mid-day snack, taste a frozen yogurt or ice cream with a variety of toppings and flavors nearby.
In the evening, head to Rothschild Boulevard, a main street famous for its beautiful Bauhaus buildings and vibrant bar scene. Finish your night out with a late-night bite at Benedict, Tel Aviv's famous 24-hour breakfast-only diner.
The neighborhood of Neve Tzedek in Tel Aviv was the first only Jewish neighborhood to be built outside Old Jaffa. It was built in 1887, 22 years before the establishment of the city
Although Jerusalem is the capital of Israel, all the foreign embassies are located in Tel Aviv.
The White City
In July 2003, UNESCO, proclaimed 'The White City', the unique urban and historical fabric of the center of Tel Aviv, as a World Cultural Heritage site.
Israel is the world leader in diamond polishing and the centre of the industry is located in Ramat Gan, a suburb of Tel Aviv.