Port of Tel Aviv: More than a pretty picture

Since its redevelopment into a major site for tourism and entertainment, the Tel Aviv Port has become an area of great diversity in terms of food, recreation and culture.

By KAYLA ROSEN
August 25, 2016 19:30
3 minute read.
Port of Tel Aviv

Port of Tel Aviv. (photo credit: KAYLA ROSEN)

 
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Tel Aviv Port, in the northern part of the city, boasts a view of crystal clear blue water as far as the eye can see, so it’s no surprise that it gets millions of visitors annually.

Tel Aviv Port (Namal Tel Aviv) has much more depth than a scenic view. In fact, since its redevelopment into a major site for tourism and entertainment, it has become an area of great diversity in terms of food, recreation and culture.

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