Background

Tel Aviv University resides on a hill in the Northern part of Tel Aviv. In recent years, just outside of the university (to the east) Porter Building for environmental studies was built. Nearby, a new walkway was created. It’s called the Science Walkway. The Science Walkway was created at the end of 2012. It’s a short one (800 meters) but has several viewpoints that offer nice cityscapes of Tel Aviv.

Map of the area:

At Science Walkway

In this post, I’ll show my photos from the Science Walkway.

I parked next to the Porter Building and walked towards Tel Aviv University train station.

B.S.R. towers and other buildings at Bnei Brak:View from Tel Aviv University, Israel

Not far from B.S.R. towers you can see the Champion tower (also at Bnei Brak):View from Tel Aviv University, Israel

The tower and a cloud:View from Tel Aviv University, Israel

B.S.R. towers once again:View from Tel Aviv University, Israel

This is how one of the viewpoints at the Science Walkway looks:View from Tel Aviv University, Israel

View of Ayalon highway running through Tel Aviv:View from Tel Aviv University, Israel

Closeup:View from Tel Aviv University, Israel

In this wider view I was standing just above the stairs leading to Tel Aviv University train station (and the station itself is on the left):View from Tel Aviv University, Israel

This is pretty much what I had in my head when I headed there:View from Tel Aviv University, Israel

Tel Aviv’s center is becoming higher every year:View from Tel Aviv University, Israel

Tel Aviv and Ramat Gan (on the left):View from Tel Aviv University, Israel

On the left of this photo you can see Moshe Aviv Tower, the tallest building in Israel (235 meters high and has 68 floors):View from Tel Aviv University, Israel

The road down:View from Tel Aviv University, Israel

And two last photos were taken from further away (closer to Porter School of Environmental Studies):View from Tel Aviv University, Israel
View from Tel Aviv University, Israel

In this post, I showed a less know viewpoint in Tel Aviv. But, there is much more info on my blog. For additional points of interest nearby see Tel Aviv-Yafo page.

 

That’s all for today and I’ll see you in future travels!

Stay Tuned!

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