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Tel Aviv is one of the most vibrant cities in the world. Titled the 'Mediterranean Capital of Cool' by the New York Times, this is a 24 hour city with a unique pulse, combining sandy Mediterranean beaches with a world-class nightlife, a buzzing cultural scene, incredible food, UNESCO recognized architecture, and an international outlook. Don't miss it!
Places to visit in Tel Aviv
From beautiful beaches to large parks and historical monuments, Tel Aviv has many things to offer to its travelers and many sights to be discovered.

Here are some of the most important places you must visit while in Tel Aviv:

  • Tel Aviv beaches: Tel aviv beaches are something you dont want to miss, especially if you visit the city during the summer months.
  • Old city: The Old City is home to winding alleys filled with craft shops and art galleries, and stalls selling antiques and jewelry at the lively Jaffa Flea Market. Ottoman-era landmarks include the Clock Tower and St. Peter's Church, while the Ilana Goor Museum shows Israeli and international art. The area is also popular for its hip wine bars, creative Mediterranean dining and seafood restaurants near Jaffa Port.
  • Neve Tzedek: Artsy Neve Tzedek has avant-garde design stores, fashion boutiques and handicraft shops, as well as a weekly farmers' market in HaTachana, a restored railway station. Trendy European restaurants sit alongside stylish bistros, and many of the area's al fresco cafes turn into live jazz bars and cocktail lounges at night. The Suzanne Dellal Center showcases contemporary dance, while surfers head to beaches nearby.
  • Tel Aviv museum of Art: The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is an art museum in Tel Aviv, Israel. It was established in 1932 in a building that was the home of Tel Aviv's first mayor, Meir Dizengoff. The Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art opened in 1959. The museum moved to its current location on King Saul Avenue in 1971
  • Carmel market: An Outdoor market with local foods & goods Established, open-air market featuring local produce, spices & other grocery items, plus home goods.
  • Port of Jaffa: Cultural & culinary center at an ancient city & fishing port dating from the 18th century BCE.
  • Yarkon Park: Yarkon Park is a large park in Tel Aviv, Israel, with about sixteen million visits annually. Named after the Yarkon River which flows through it, the park includes extensive lawns, sports facilities, botanical gardens, an aviary, a water park, two outdoor concert venues and lakes
  • Tel Aviv port: Historic harbor with dining & shopping. Former dock turned waterfront development with a boardwalk plus restaurants, stores & nightclubs.
  • The white city: Tel Aviv's White City might be a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but the words boring, historic, or ageing do not describe it at all! The White City of Tel Aviv is the world's largest collection of International or Bauhaus style buildings. Since being designated one of the first 'modern' UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world in 2003, restoration of these buildings constructed by German immigrants in the 1920's and 1930's has picked up and this quarter is now being restored to its earliest glory.
  • Eretz Israel Museum: The Eretz Israel Museum is a historical and archeological museum in the Ramat Aviv neighborhood of Tel Aviv, Israel. Eretz Israel Museum, established in 1953, has a large display of archaeological, anthropological and historical artifacts organized in a series of exhibition pavilions on its grounds
Shopping in Tel Aviv
Food & Drink Prague
Prague is a cosmopolitan city and you'll find restaurants of all types and cuisines; without exaggeration, it's safe to say that everyone can eat well in Prague, including vegetarians. Of the restaurants featuring international cuisine, Italian leads by a mile, but you'll also find high quality Vietnamese, Mexican, and Korean establishments. The Prague beer and café scenes have experienced a boom in recent years; in both cases, the quality is among the best in Europe. Wine lovers will delight in the number of cultured wine bars and restaurants. For more information about the Prague culinary scene, look at the Food and Drink section at www.prague.eu. Restaurants and Payments – most restaurants in Prague accept the usual international payment cards.

Czech Cuisine in a Nutshell Although Czech cuisine isn't generally considered to be world‑class, it has its own undeniable charm, and your visit to Prague is a great opportunity to experience its tastes. In the words of one pub wit, it was invented to have something to eat great Czech beer with. Of course that's not true at all, but what is true is that beer is the perfect accompaniment to many Czech dishes. Czech cuisine is similar to that of Bavaria or Austria – primarily combinations of meat and potatoes or any of the many types of dumplings, served with a variety of sauces. Typical ingredients include fresh and dried wild mushrooms, cabbage, potatoes, and root vegetables; meat includes pork, duck, and goose, as well as venison when in season.

These days, dining in Prague means much more than Brazil-sized slabs of pork, layers of dumplings and mountains of sauerkraut. Thanks to the latest gastro revolution sweeping the city, the range and quality of food have finally reached levels worthy of Prague's legendary beauty.

There are about 35 breweries adorning the beer map of Prague these days. Some have roots stretching far back into history, others were established only quite recently. Alongside the mainstays of the Prague beer scene, a growing number of establishments are serving their own beer brewed on the premises, or Czech and imported specials.

Wine may not be the first beverage that comes to mind when thinking of Prague. But the country's wineries have been making a name for themselves at international wine competitions, notably for their white wine varietals.

Source: www.prague.eu
Visiting Prague with children
Keeping Your Kids Entertained in Prague

No one gets bored in Prague! This beautiful city has dozens of interesting places and events that are either specifically dedicated to children, or family-friendly. Here are some places you should visit with your kids when being in Prague!

1) Prague Zoo: A day at the zoo has been a favorite family activity for generations and Prague Zoo is definitely on to remember. This world-famous zoo has 10km of routes to explore.

2) Dinopark Praha: DinoPark Praha is the closest we're getting to the real thing. Located on the roof of the Harfa Shopping Centre, DinoPark features life-size models of various dinosaurs, a paleontological playground with a dinosaur skeleton to be excavated, and a 4D cinema.


3 ) Gutovka: is your ultimate tool for entertaining teenagers. This large outdoor recreation center is packed with facilities including askate park, climbing wall, waterpark and even mini golf.

4) Hamleys: Enter a magical word full of toys, teddy bears, dolls, games and other devices and items for children of all ages. Traditional as well as modern toys. A branch of chain founded in London in the 18th century.

5) Lazer arena Praha: If you're looking for something to do indoors and the main priority is fun – it has to be laser tag.Laser Arena Praha has nine different game modes and welcomes the young and the young at heart alike

6) Escape rooms: Escape Rooms have become increasingly popular in recent years, and nowhere more so than Prague. Especially if you're visiting with teenagers, an Escape Room is a great way to spend an afternoon and get the family working together and bonding to solve a puzzle.

7) Illusion art museum and museum of senses: Right in the center of Prague, the Illusion Art Museum explores the history of illusion in art in a way that's engaging for all the family. Guests are encouraged to touch and interact with the exhibits, ensuring even small children can have a great time without parents having to worry.

8) Paint ball Prague: There are a variety of different games to be played during both the day and the night including an optional addition of archery

9) Water Zorbing Prague: Take a walk on the surface of the Vltava without getting your feet wet. How, you ask? It's easy with a zorbing bubble or cylinder, as the transparent walls protect you from any direct contact with the water.

10) Aqua palace Praha: The largest entertainment aquapark in Central Europe rightfully belongs among the most visited leisure attractions. It will delight not just adrenalin junkies, but devotees of sea surf, fitness swimmers and especially families with children.


Source: 1) https://www.praguevisitor.eu read full article here: https://www.praguevisitor.eu/21-things-to-do-in-prague-with-kids/
2) www.prague.eu
Top 7 Events in Prague
Top 7 events in Prague that are worth seeing, hearing, and experiencing. From the count‑ less events that our capital city hosts every year, we've selected seven of the most interesting whose significance and uniqueness extend beyond the borders of Prague and the Czech Republic.

March

Prague International Film Festival Febiofest www.febiofest.cz The festival screens the top films, including Oscar‑nominated films, from prestigious festivals from around the world and is one of the biggest film events of its type in Prague.

May

Volkswagen Prague Marathon www.runczech.com One of the most beautiful marathons in the world winds through Prague's historical centre, continues along the Vltava, and through various Prague districts.

May 12 – June 2

Prague Spring www.festival.cz The most important classical music festival in the Czech Republic featuring a plethora of international and local stars. Every year, it offers audiences several dozen concerts in the beautiful Smetana Hall of the Municipal House, the Dvořák Hall of the Rudolfinum, and other spectacular Prague venues.

June

United Islands of Prague www.unitedislands.cz United Islands of Prague is a multi‑genre music festival, held annu‑ ally on Vltava River islands and nearby locations in Prague. Enjoy the unique atmosphere of live music surrounded by beautiful parks and in pedestrian zones – for free!

Metronome festival (21/6-22/6/19) : Metronome Festival Prague is a two-day music festival whose stellar lineup combines major international performers with a "best of" from the local scene. The headliner of this edition are the pioneers of electronic music, Kraftwerks who promised to prepare a unique 3-D show. The line-up also includes the popular British band Morcheeba who will bring their latest album Blaze Away released in June 2018. They will be joined by KAMP! from Poland and other stars.

July

Ford challenge Prague - 27/7/19

A unique experience – a prestigious triathlon race in the historic centre of the capital, with thousands of enthusiastic fans along the route. The start and swim finish are on Střelecký (Shooter's) Island; the overall finish line is on Vítězná Street.

August/September

Letní Letná www.letniletna.cz Stars of the international contemporary circus scene, premieres by leading Czech companies, children's shows – wrapped in a casual, relaxed atmosphere…all this at Letní Letná, an international festival of contemporary circus and theatre.

Riverside Cross 3/9/19 : a unique sport event, during which the best canoeists and kayakers compete in unusual combination of canoe slalom and biathlon while shooting from laser guns.

October

Signal www.signalfestival.com An international light festival – one of the entire year's most unique events. The chilly autumn gloom lights up with videomapping pro‑ jections on Prague monuments, special site‑specific projects, as well as interactive installations where every visitor becomes a bit of an artist.

October

Designblok www.designblok.cz The biggest design and fashion show in Central Europe offers the best of contemporary furniture and industrial design, home accessories, lighting, fashion, and jewelry

For more information about other events, visit www.prague.eu.

*Source: www.prague.eu


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