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What you should know about Diamond Exchange District

The stunning Diamond Exchange District perfectly showcases the success of Tel Aviv’s thriving economy. Consisting of 4 monumental skyscrapers connected by bridges and an array of top-end businesses, this thoroughly modern community is the home of Israel’s diamond industry, along with a major part of the city’s commerce. The district also holds a few natural surprises such as parks, rivers, and gardens. Highway 20 and Tel Aviv-Yafo, the city’s cultural hub, are also just a short journey away.

Hotels in Diamond Exchange District

As well as several luxury Diamond Exchange District hotels dotted around the area, there is also a selection of amazing accommodation along highway 20 and on the east side of Tel Aviv-Yafo. Check out Leonardo City Tower Hotel—one of the 4 iconic skyscrapers of the district, this 5-star Diamond Exchange District hotel offers luxurious rooms and a pool at the very top. Treat yourself to a spa treatment at The Hotel Indigo Tel Aviv – Diamond District, where you can also dine at the hotel’s own restaurant. And save by renting your own vacation apartment at the Nahalat Yehuda Residence to the south.

Things to see in Diamond Exchange District

The newly constructed Israeli Art Museum has a wonderful collection of contemporary pieces. But for a spot of artistic pleasure that you can also take back with you, visit the Stern Gallery, which displays and sells both modern and classic fine art by Israeli artists and also international stars. Venture to the north for a different side to the metropolis—Yarkon River and Park Hayarkon. Wander around the wide, open fields and fauna, stroll by the gentle flowing river, and keep your eyes open for herons and blossoming cactus flowers. There’s also a lake with boats and kayaks for rent as well as a golf course, should you fancy something a little more active. And go back to the center of the Diamond Exchange District to view the tallest building across the whole of Israel, and additionally the most expensive, the Moshe Avir Tower, which stands an astounding 771 feet high.

Good for families

Both parents and children will love the opens spaces and activities offered at Park Hayarkon, while they can also explore the culture of the neighborhood through its art galleries. Enjoy staying at a family-friendly hotel in Diamond Exchange District, and don’t forget to make the most of the excellent links to Tel Aviv-Yafo for even more culture and entertainment. Traveling to Diamond Exchange District will also suit visitors on business, as a lot of major corporations have branches and offices here. The excellent highway and train line close by will also make your journey to and from the district easier.

How to get to Diamond Exchange District

First, fly to the international Ben Gurion Airport. Then, travel approximately 20 minutes by car or taxi to get to the Diamond Exchange District. There are also trains running regularly from the airport to Tel Aviv Center Savidor Station, where afterward, it’s only a short walk to the center. Highway 20 runs through the full Tel Aviv region, from ancient Jaffa, all the way up to Herzliya. Several buses also travel along this route and along many of the streets of the Diamond Exchange District, with the central bus station just 10 minutes away on foot.