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What you should know about Ramat Gan

Tel Aviv has grown to become one of the most significant economic centers worldwide, and Ramat Gan is the pinnacle of this global success, home to high-tech giants, major banks, and international embassies. Its skyline is filled to the brim with soaring skyscrapers, with glass facades which glimmer under the bright Israeli sunshine. And the ceaseless commerce also spreads down on the ground, thanks to the busiest diamond exchange district in the country located in the northwest of the district.

Hotels in Ramat Gan

There are several fantastic Ramat Gan hotels to be found in the center, as well as a great selection of rooms along highway 20 to the west that accommodate all types of travelers. Kfar Maccabia Hotel and Suites is a top choice for luxury Ramat Gan accommodation—its stunning structure is sure to draw you in, and its 3 indoor pools, spa, and warmly decorated rooms guarantee a comfortable, restful stay. The 4-star Rimonim Tower Ramat Gan is another great luxury hotel just outside the district. And for an excellent budget Ramat Gan hotel, try the Laguardia Hotel, with excellent transport links.

Things to see in Ramat Gan

For the best possible glimpse into the rich diamond trade, visit the Harry Oppenheimer Diamond Museum. Learn all about these precious stones by getting a guided tour of the exquisite displays of minerals and diamond-inspired artwork and see for yourself why these diamonds are so highly valued. There’s also a shop where you can buy some of these amazing rocks to take back with you, should your funds stretch far enough. Wildlife enthusiasts should head south to the safari park in Ramat Gan National Park. This highly popular zoo houses an incredible range of exotic creatures—from zebras, giraffes, and elephants, to lions and cheetahs—in open, expansive environments. Take the train running through the park for a laid-back safari experience. But stepping away from the animal life, take a walk along Sheinkin Street. This crowded market street has a wealth of clothing stalls for fashionistas and bargain hunters, as well as a splendid array of cafes and restaurants.

Good for business travelers

With so many global names in one area, visitors on business should certainly consider a hotel in Ramat Gan. Stay overnight in first-class accommodation close to the center, and travel into Ramat Gan easily thanks to route 20 to the west leading directly from the airport, as well as a central train line running through Tel Aviv. But families can also enjoy a stay here, with wonderful 4-star Ramat Gan hotels available, as well as a highly rated safari park nearby for both parents and kids to enjoy. Furthermore, solo travelers will love the cultural highlights of the district and the authentic shops and stalls.

How to get to Ramat Gan

If flying in, it’s a 20-minute car journey from Ben Gurion Airport to the southeast to the center of Ramat Gan. You can also take the train directly from the airport to Tel Aviv Hashalom. From here, bus 63 will take you into the district. Moniyot sherut, Israel’s shared taxi scheme, is a popular way to get around, with many cabs starting from nearby the central bus station. Buses also run regularly along many of the streets in Ramat Gan. If you want to visit a nearby location, Old Jaffa is approximately 30 minutes away by car or cab, and Tel Aviv-Yafo only 20 minutes.