Reviews Tel Aviv
Beside the numerous shopping possibilities, markets, beaches, restaurants and active nightlife Tel Aviv is also the country’s biggest cultural center and offers museums, galleries, theatres and concert halls.
Tel Aviv is well connected to Israel’s most important centers and the rest of the world by rail, road, ship and air.
The city is Israel’s most important manufacturing center owning about 50 percent of the country’s ... More industrial plants.
Industries include chemicals, textiles, metals and engineering products, vehicles, furniture and wood products, food processing and so on. But Tel Aviv is also an important location for banks and insurance companies. The two main high education centers of Tel Aviv are the Bat – Ilan University and Tel Aviv University.
Tel Aviv is the second biggest city in Israel after Jerusalem and has a population of about 360.000 inhabitants.
There is a typical Mediterranean climate with cool and rainy winters and warm and dry summers. The average temperature in January is about 12°C and in August about 25°C.
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