Tel Aviv, Israel’s largest metropolitan area, serves as a hub for innovation, culture and creativity. “Tel Aviv Nonstop City” is more than just a slogan. With the city’s beautiful beaches, diverse cultural scene, top-notch cuisine, and vibrant nightlife, there’s always something to see and do here. The city serves as a meeting point between old and new, reflecting tradition and history while embracing innovation, pluralism and diversity. Here you can be whoever you want to be - whether you’re a party-goer, culture enthusiast, or just like to chill - Tel Aviv has a place for you. 

*Most photos on this website are available on the municipality's Flickr account and were taken by photographers Maria Naiman, Barak Brinker, and Guy Yechiely. For more information regarding photos, please contact: 

Need Help Planning Your Trip?

Our tourist information centers provide useful tips in English and Hebrew on points of interest, tours, attractions and events around the city. Our team and volunteers will be happy to assist you. 

Pop-Up Information Centers

Additional information centers can be found scattered throughout the city during summertime and main events. Opening hours vary.


Free Wi-Fi is available at dozens of different locations citywide, including the beach, entertainment centers, and tourist attractions. For a detailed map of Wi-Fi hotspots, click here.  


The city of Tel Aviv constantly works to make its tourist attractions, modes of transportation, and accomodations accessible to all. Information about the accessibility of the city’s tourist attractions (including beaches) can be found at the “See & Do” section, and information about the accessibility of the city’s modes of transportation can be found at the “Move” section.

*For additional information, please visit Israel's Accessibility website or Wheel Map's website.