Tel Aviv has many interesting places to visit. Carmel Market, the largest in Israel, stretching from Allenby Street to the east, towards the sea.
In Jerusalem, most often fly with two goals: religious and medical. Jerusalem, where the biblical scenes unfolded, and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher – a place of Orthodox pilgrimage.
Tel Aviv is often called the opposite of Jerusalem, as it is free from religious prejudices.