Of all the nations of the world, Israel probably has the most contrast between different regions, cities, regions and the people in it. Among contrast, of course, is the difference between the traditional and the modern and new, international and ethnic.
Even within an individual city, and sometimes within just a few blocks, the contrast is still there. In case you are looking for Jerusalem trips from Tel Aviv then you can make an online search.
The most international city in Israel might Tel Aviv. Few people realize that Tel Aviv itself was only first developed in 1909, and that before that, the settled area is the ancient port city of Jaffa.
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Jaffa bordering on Tel Aviv, and today visitors can enjoy the scenery and see ancient relics and remnants, while walking through artistic shops that have been located in the Old City.
Tel Aviv, contrast, modern in the acceptance of Jews of all religious traditions and beliefs, as well as Arabs, druses, Christian, etc. While many kosher restaurants in Tel Aviv, there are many who do not. However, the work week in Tel Aviv, like the rest of Israel, Sunday through Thursday, as opposed to America Monday through Friday work week. Tel Aviv port area has been developed as a 'type Seaport'- South Street area, and is known as the Port of Tel Aviv.
The most popular and most expensive hotels are situated in settings that many will see as reminiscent of Miami Beach (in Hebrew), with luxurious hotels large and luxurious amenities, close to many shops and restaurants, as well as typical 'tourist trap'.
Tel Aviv Rothschild Street is a beautiful tree area, with a large central area for a walk, walk and enjoy. Here, there are many attractions and many restaurants and shops.