February 8th 2017
Nobody likes to be caught out in the rain, particularly on vacation. But if you are going to have the weather rain on your parade, it might as well be in Tel Aviv where there is literally something to do indoors every minute of the day. From art galleries and exhibitions to a hopping and bopping nightlife, there’s always something awesome going on in this city that never sleeps. Check it out!
A veritable smorgasbord of art and culture, Tel Aviv has no shortage of museums. You could visit a few every day of your trip and still not run out of places to visit! Here are a few of our favorites:
Tel Aviv Museum of Art Library: The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is known for its eclectic collections of art and expressionism, but the library is a little-known secret that will delight any book lover, holding a massive collection of catalogs, books, periodicals, e-journals, and more.
Palmach Museum, Eretz Israel Museum, and Rabin Center: A three for one deal, when you visit this area, you’ll get to enjoy three different museums at the same time. Learn about history, art, culture, politics, government, and more when you spend the day in this fascinating arena for education and enlightenment.
Once you’ve filled your culture palette, it’s time for a little retail therapy and fine dining. Tel Aviv hosts fabulous shopping centers that have top of the line retail and some eateries that will have you second guessing your present location because they’re just that good!
Dizengoff Center: From flowers to iDigital, there’s nothing you won’t find in Dizengoff Center, so be prepared for a shopathon that’s loads of fun!
Azrieli Center: Azrieli is home to the latest fashions, kids activities, and even a farmer’s market. Check out their app for some steals and deals along with updates on the hottest trends.
Go for an IMAX: While you’re mall hopping, be sure to visit Kenyon Ayalon where you can find one of the most exciting theaters in Israel. Check out the Yes Planet theater complex along with VIP and IMAX options for an exciting presentation.
Like we said, there’s no such thing as being bored when you’re in Tel Aviv, no matter what the weather is like outside. So, the next time you’re traveling to Israel in the winter months, head straight for this art and culture capital of the world. You won’t be disappointed.