Flea Market: The colorful flea market is located in Jaffa, Tel-Aviv. This outdoor market is the biggest flea market in Israel. There you can find almost everything:
Antiques, second hand clothes and shoes, household goods and furniture.
The Jewish Diaspora Museum: The unique displays of the Nahum Goldmann Museum of the Jewish Diaspora showcase Jewish experience from the exile after the destruction of the First Temple 2,600 years ago to the present.
Six themes (or “gates” as the museum calls them) serve as the museum’s pathways to better understanding Jewish experience the world over: Family, Community, Faith, Culture, the Jewish people among the nations, and the return to the land of Israel.
Habima Theatre: Habima is probably Israel's most important theater, and
one of the most impressive endeavors in 20th century Jewish
Culture. From its wide selection of plays, many have
simultaneous subtitles in English. It would be best to call
the box office to inquire about specific plays and dates.
Old Jaffa Art Galleries and Antiques: According to Christian legend, Jaffa was named after Noah's son, Japhet, who built it after the Flood. There are others who believe that the name derives from the Hebrew word "Yofi" - beauty. From archaeological discoveries and ancient documents we learn that Jaffa existed as a port city some 4,000 years ago, serving Egyptian and Phoenician sailors in their sea voyages.
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Ben Gurion Airport: All flights schedule, map of International Ben Gurion Airport in Israel , Taxi services, Transportation from airport, Shuttle and Passengers services.
Israel Airports Authority: The Israel Airports Authority was set up in 1977 as a public corporation
through the Airports Authority Law. In this site you can find information
about all airports in Israel, borders crossings, immigrants information, passengers fees.