Known as the city that never sleeps, Tel Aviv is a popular tourist destination. It is renowned for its 24-hour culture, historical sights, Mediterranean beaches, bars, restaurants, cafés, parks, shopping, and quaint neighborhoods. In 2003 UNESCO declared The White City – the unique urban and historical fabric of Tel Aviv – as a World Cultural Heritage due to the architectural qualities of the city’s buildings and streets. Tel Aviv emerges as the perfect mix of the contemporary and the classic.
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Israel is located in the Middle East on the southeastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea. It is regarded by Jews, Christians, and Muslims as the biblical Holy Land. The capital Jerusalem is home to numerous religious and sacred sites. Israel’s financial hub, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, is known for its Bauhaus architecture, magnificent beaches, the world’s oldest inhabited port, and renowned nightlife scene. Within its relatively small area, the country contains geographically diverse features with desert conditions in the south and snow-capped mountains in the north.