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It is called the Opera Tower because that's its name.
It stands at a main intersection at the Tel Aviv beach.
It used to be a plush elegant addition to the city, but that was in the 1970's.
Now- it is run down and not...More
Besides being one of the ugliest buildings in recent memory it’s actually closed and virtually un occupied. I know because I stayed in the hotel across the street. However there is a good automatic money exchange machine which is open 24 hours on the sidewalk...More
Don't know why this conventional modern building was including in this list of attractions. Here is any attraction, nothing outstanding. Conventional modern building, not better than a lot of others. Several simplest cafe inside in lobby. Yes, it was historical opera house here, who is...More
if your looking for a little shopping area or just to rest with ac on - escape from the hot weather well you shod go there - if not - well... lets just say u wont miss a thing if you wont go there -...More
Nothing to see here and no real reason to go out of your way to visit this site.
I have no idea why it is a place listed on Trip Advisor.
A little different from the outside but nothing to see inside except a few...More
The Tel Aviv Opera presentations are a call for visitors ; not only for visiting the new ISRAELI OPERA modern building and to see your selected show, but also in order to participate to the show interval in the foyer or the garden where it...More