Tel Aviv’s Bauhaus Buildings
At the heart of Tel Aviv-Jaffa is a cluster of some 4,000 buildings built in the Bauhaus or International Style, an architectural imprint of the many German Jewish architects who settled here in the years before World War II.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
The Herta and Paul Amir Building here is the city’s boldest and newest architectural achievement.
Tel Aviv’s Mediterranean coastline is hugged by a paved boardwalk dubbed “The Tayelet," featuring restaurants, ice cream parlors, and a jogging path.
The Ozen Bar, Tel Aviv’s undisputed center of alternative music, is a rocking local venue that sits on the third floor above one of the oldest vinyl shops in the country.
Jaffa, one of the oldest ports in the world, has been a center of commerce and community for centuries, and today its cobblestones and courtyards are enjoying a renaissance.
Dvir is one of Tel Aviv’s most established contemporary art dealers, with spaces in the city center, Jaffa, and the Noga district.
Gordon Gallery has long been one of Tel Aviv’s flagship galleries with dual locations in the city’s posh north, but when it opened its third, it signaled a grand revolution for art in this city’s industrial south.