North Tel Aviv is an affluent residential area spanning the northern border of the city of Tel Aviv between the Yarkon River in Israel. Quaint entertainment attractions and encompassing green space make for growing tourist popularity, and cultural landmarks attribute to local adoration. This region serves for both commercial and tangible residential aspects and contains the Ramat HaChayal, a prominent business area.
Landmark attractions are highlighted by the Eretz Israel Museum which offers a blend of history, archaeology and culture containing the site of Tel Qasile for public viewing as well as a Planetarium. Additional points of interest include the Museum of Jewish Diaspora, Palmach Museum and Yitzhak Rabin Centre. Visitors enjoy exploring the expansive green space of Yarkon Park, experiencing the thrills offered by Luna Amusement Park and slipping down the water slides at Meymadion.
Public buses are the most efficient form of transit around the area of North Tel Aviv, serving most of the attractions in the area. The Tel Aviv University Station and Bnei Brak Station are the two nearest train stations that route to the northern region from other parts of the city. Personal vehicles are an additional transportation option.
Officially founded in 1950, the Ramat Aviv is one of the major residential areas comprising North Tel Aviv. An influx of immigrants and consequential population growth resulted in the expansion of the surrounding areas and the eventual establishment of iconic Tel Aviv University.
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