Think of downtown Tel Aviv as a cat's cradle of boulevards and side streets leading to all of the city's great sights. These few square miles are the heart and soul of the city; they also hold the thousands of Bauhaus buildings, known as the White City, that have been named a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. As you explore, you might see surfers heading up from the beach, film crews shooting commercials, and couples walking their dogs along leafy boulevards.
Not everyone has the courage to explore these macabre destinations. Do you?More