Tel Aviv in Photos

Tel Aviv is one of the most photogenic cities we know of. Not called ‘The White City’ for nothing, Tel Aviv embraces its Mediterranean flair with an intriguing mix of architectural styles (from Ottoman to Bauhaus), influences and colour. We’ve reached into the depths of Flickr to find some of the most beautiful photos by talented photographers who’ve managed to capture some of Tel Aviv’s beauty from behind the lens.

And if this gallery leaves you feeling inspired, head over to the newly launched Hg2 Tel Aviv guide to start planning your trip.

Tel Aviv Kissing

Tel Aviv Carmel Market. Photo Julien Menichini

Tel Aviv Ruins. Photo israeltourism

Tel Aviv Night. Photo israeltourism

Tel Aviv Rootop Bar

Tel Aviv Sea. Photo Dainis Matisons

Tel Aviv pishpeshuk

Tel Aviv Sunset. Photo by RonAlmog

Tel Aviv Cyclist. Photo isrealtourism

Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Photo TijsB

Tel Aviv from Jaffa. Photo upyernoz

Tel Aviv House. Photo Yaniv Ben-Arie

Tel Aviv Promenade. Photo Claire Gribbin

Tel Aviv Singer. Photo naamanus

Tel Aviv Sunset Skyline. Photo Claire Gribbin

Tel Aviv Band. Photo [nivs]

Tel Aviv Old Jaffa. Photo Claire Gribbin

Tel Aviv Street Food. Photo happyjed1

Tel Aviv Tower. Photo Roni G

So what do you think? Will Tel Aviv be on your wish list of places to visit now? Leave us your thoughts in the comments below!

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One comment

  1. it’s on my wish list of places to LIVE in ;)

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