The Science Walkway was built several years ago next to Tel Aviv University. And today we will be visiting the walkway and its unexplored viewpoints. Let’s begin.

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 a 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!

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