Going to Tel Aviv for tourism? Or traveling there for work? Or just returning home after a period of work in Italy? Tel Aviv does not stand out for its historical vestiges. It fully deserves to be visited though, if only for the contrast with Jerusalem.
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Modern, vibrant and cosmopolitan, Tel Aviv is characterised by an enterprising creative landscape. From the world-class Tel Aviv Museum of Art, which houses works by international greats, to the secluded street art alleys and avant-garde galleries scattered around bohemian Florentin, inspiration comes in myriad mediums. And it doesn't end with the visual arts – there's plenty of performance, too. Enjoy the rich theatre scene, live music ranging from beachside buskers to big name international acts, and plenty of classical music, opera and ballet for high culture cats. [extract from Lonely Planet]
Founded in 1909 by a group of residents of the nearby city of Jaffa, led by the future mayor Meir Dizengoff, the city's name refers to a passage from the Bible: in the Book of Ezekiel, the "hill of spring" is indeed the place where - in the prophet's vision - the Jews in exile find a home. After the Second World War the city developed to become, as a conurbation together with neighboring cities, the main Israeli center in terms of population and economy.