Tel Aviv Living
Tel Aviv is truly a city that never sleeps. It is vibrant, full of life, and provides an endless amount of activities and places to explore. Whether you enjoy sipping coffee at boutique cafes, eating your way through delicious street food stands, relaxing on the beach, or dancing the night away, Tel Aviv has it all. From Jaffa to the Namal (the new North port), and everywhere in between, you will find it very difficult to get bored. Year round sunny weather doesn’t hurt either! The New York Times has described Tel Aviv as the 'capital of Mediterranean cool.' Lonely Planet ranked it as a top ten city for nightlife, and National Geographic named it one of the top ten beach cities.
Additional information on the city of Tel Aviv can be found here:
• City of Tel Aviv: http://www.tel-aviv.gov.il/english/
• Tel Aviv Entertainment Guide: http://telavivcity.com/eng/
• Ministry of Tourism: http://www.tourism.gov.il/Tourism_Eng
• Secret Tel Aviv: https://www.secrettelaviv.com/
Tel Aviv University is located in Ramat Aviv, a northern neighborhood of the city of Tel Aviv. Central Tel Aviv is a short bus or train ride away, and Tel Aviv’s northern beaches are a 20-30 minute walk from the campus. Prior to arrival, all TAU International students are given detailed information regarding the neighborhood, the city of Tel Aviv, public transportation for getting around, and also travel within the greater Tel Aviv area and within Israel.