‘Travel Bug (and his humans) recently touched down in Israel’s capital city. These are the fascinating facts about Tel Aviv he’s uncovered while he was ‘splorin’Why is Tel Aviv called the White City?Tel Aviv is known as the White City because there’s an area of the city that’s made up of predominately white buildings (well, kind of an off-white…). The area is located between the Mediterranean Sea to the west, Ibn Gvirol Street to the east, Allenby Street to the south and the Yarkon River to the north. The White City is a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site and has more than 4,000 buildings. The area has the largest collection of Bauhaus/International Style architecture in the world. Is it true that Tel Aviv has a dog beach?Yes! Hilton Dog Beach is a small area between the two other beaches, which is dedicated to doggos and their humans. the dog beach in Tel Aviv is a lead-free zone, so if you want some puppy love and somewhere to dole out belly scratches to…
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