Tel Aviv is a metropolis that is the center of Israel’s economy, culture, media and arts.
It is the city with the highest cost of living in Israel and among the highest in the world. In Tel Aviv there are over 150 educational institutions, the most important is Tel Aviv University.
the city of Tel Aviv is an attraction for many due to its young character, closeness to many industrial areas and the fact that it is a city with a rich cultural life.
Transportation in Tel Aviv is one of the busiest and complicated transportation systems in Israel due to the city’s metropolitan character. Every day hundreds of thousands of people enter the city and the city suffers from heavy traffic congestion and shortage of parking places. The city operates an array of urban bus lines such as Dan, “Eged”, “Metropolin” and “Kavim”, and in addition, there are intercity bus lines operated by the “Afikim” company.
The city’s west border is the Mediterranean Sea. On the South it borders with the cities of Bat Yam and Holon. East border is Ramat Gan, Givatayim, Bnei Brak and Petah Tikva and on the north Ramat Hasharon and Herzliya.