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Azrieli Observatory, Tel Aviv
(3.6/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
Look across all of Tel Aviv from the top of a skyscraper at Azrieli Observatory. One of three towers making up the Azrieli Center, the high-rise was completed in 1999 and reaches 187 m (614 ft). Travel up to the 49th floor in the elevator to the indoor observation deck for views of the sprawling city skyline. A kosher restaurant pairs fine dining with the vistas, while a short 3D film provides a condensed history of Tel Aviv. Audio guides and pamphlets point out major landmarks dotted across the view. Put Azrieli Observatory and other Tel Aviv attractions into our Tel Aviv itinerary builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • Comparing to roof tops over the world this one is poor but the view is still nice, it will give you a nice perspective of the city. in a good day you can see th eoccupied territories. and ofcourse on ...  more »
  • If you want to visit this place, tell reception (3 floor) that go just in the restaurant which is there and you pay 22 Shek. Firstly because it's not worth it (Windows dirty, all forced and -5 minutes maximum). Secondly, already at 49 floor nobody monitors and much more pleasant to drink coffee and contemplate what to pay and get that nothing special from an airplane more beautiful looks.
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  • Visited there during the day, and perhaps it was a fatal mistake. Observation deck itself was filled by what the tables, chairs and the like. Review of only one half of the building, and see not the most beautiful part of Tel Aviv. Glass dirty, so didn't even make a photo. On the other half be restaurant, there from the Windows look prettier but prevent tables standing right outside the Windows. During the day the restaurant do exactly nothing. Entrance 22 shejkelja. The ticket is bought on the 3 floor I think is better to go in the evening in the restaurant not to pay an entrance fee and the money Miss cocktail)
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  • First of all, it's not an open air observatory. You can only see the city view from behind the window. Windows are rather narrow. Adult ticket cost 22 shekels, but if you go to the bar it seem you can go for free. It is not an organised observatory. Its just an empty banquet hall. So dissapointed
  • As far as malls go, the Azrieli Center is a nice one (if you're into that kind of thing). It's a large, modern shopping mall, with many international store brands, as well as some local shops, and a multi-room cinema (the rest of the towers are office buildings). If you go to the top floor of the mall, there's access to an observatory at the top of the tower (worth a visit!), and during a large part of the year, you've also got a Pirate Park in the outside section of the top floor of the mall (there's an entrance fee), complete with swimming pool, water slides, and all sorts of fun things for kids to do. The Pirate Park in and of itself is a nice place to spend the afternoon with the family.
  • Epic view of the Mediterranean and Tel Aviv. Currently transformed into a playground of zones on top of the tallest tower. Features many photo opportunities, 360 photo and even a climbing wall! Tickets for specific time slots are purchased within the shopping centre. Tourists, make sure you check your email and name are correct (when you get tickets) so you don't have any trouble collecting the images through the link they email you. Fun attraction to visit during a hot summer day. 🔭
  • When you arrive, you have to enter through a complicated parking lot and mall. When you get up to the 49th floor, it's actually a banquet area/restaurant and not an organized observertory area. The views of Tel Aviv were very nice.
  • A nice , modern shopping centre and a great way to escape the afternoon sun. A small food court on each level. The observation deck is only open for special occasions but you can still get to the roof to take photos of limited views of the city