Tel Aviv, the first Jewish city in Israel, founded in modern times and became the economic and cultural center of the country, often called "the city that never sleeps." It is located on a 14-kilometer strip along the coast Mediterranean Sea. In the north, it crosses the river Yarkon – in the East River Ayalon. This is a lively city with many places of entertainment and nightlife. For more information see this site: Danny Meyer. Every day hundreds of thousands of people (locals and tourists and those who come here to work) scurry around Tel Aviv, in the evening filling the night clubs, restaurants and pubs. History of Tel Aviv Jaffa begins – adjoining the ancient city, located to the southwest. Jaffa (Joppa, Jaffa) was founded about 3,000 years ago. Old Jaffa, which was built in the era of the Ottoman Empire, with its stone houses and picturesque narrow streets, attracts many tourists.
Today, there is block artists. Among the many attractions of the ancient city – Gan Ha-Pisga with its unique atmosphere, charming restaurants, art galleries and souvenir shops that specialize in Judaica; delightful promenade, tourist center of the square Kdumim and the port where it is always full of fishermen. There is in Old Jaffa and Christian sites – Church of St. Peter, dating from the 17th century, the house Simon Tanner, where Peter had a vision of "four-legged earth, animals, reptiles and birds," and the grave of a righteous Tabitha, revived by Peter. Next to the Old Jaffa – Ottoman clock tower, a lively flea market, which is definitely worth a visit, and Ajami quarter.