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Founded in 1909 as a suburb north to the ancient city of Jaffa, believed to be the oldest port in the world, Tel Aviv cannot be missed.

According to history, the city is named after Theodor Herzl's 1902 novel, Altneuland ("Old New Land"), whose title was later translated to Hebrew as Tel Aviv.

Aviv is Hebrew for "spring", symbolizing renewal, and Tel is a man-made mound accumulating layers of civilization built one over the other and symbolizing the ancient.


18 of Israel's 35 major centers for performing arts are located in Tel Aviv, including five of the country's nine large theatres.

Whether you are an art-amateur or not, this city has plenty to offer you.

Tel Aviv is divided into nine districts, among which Jaffa, the oldest, and Rothschild Boulevard which is  becoming famous also thanks to business and startups.


Carmel Market, the crafts market on neighboring Nahalat Binyamin Street and the Old City of Jaffa are just some of the key places to visit!

Whether you are an art-amateur or not, museums offer a great variety of both cultural and architectural elements.

Thanks to the its breathtaking and modern skyline (including the numerous Bauhaus style buildings), Tel Aviv is one of the most iconic cities of the 21st century.


Rooms at the InterContinental David Hotel (Congress Venue) are available at a special rate.

Please be kindly reminded that the Organising Secretariat won't take care of delegates' reservation but will do its best to give support and supply information

Here you will find a list of Hotels located near the Congress Venue:

- Dan Panorama Tel -Aviv****

- Boutique Molcho Neve Tzedek****

- Brown TLV Urban Hotel****

Group Code: EUG

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