Israel's second largest city, Tel Aviv boasts golden sands and towering skyscrapers that hug the picturesque Mediterranean coast. A thriving metropolis, this city has a modern vibe serving as the country's tech hub and economic center. Established in 1909, the city soon absorbed the ancient port city of Jaffa next to which it grew. Tel Aviv's White City, an area characterized by modernist construction and iconic Bauhaus architecture is a designated World Heritage Site. Miles of pristine beaches, vibrant nightlife, thriving economy and a cosmopolitan atmosphere have catapulted Tel Aviv into the international sphere, inviting over a million travelers every year.
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