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The Dan Region (Gush Dan)

The Dan Region is the pulsing hub of the country, the metropolis at the heart of Israeli business and culture.

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The Dan Region, or Gush Dan as it is called in Hebrew, is the pulsing hub of the country, the metropolis at the heart of Israeli business and culture.

The region is comprised of adjacent cities that surround Tel Aviv. The region’s boundaries are commonly said to start with Herzliya at the north around Petakh Tikva to the east and Rishon Letsion to the south, a region that includes about 1.6 million inhabitants. But many people claim that the region should also include Rosh Ha’ayin to the East and Rehovot in the south making it a region with two million people and the most densely populated part of the country.

There is never a dull moment in this part of the country. This is Israel’s entertainment capital and the center of gravity for business and shopping, with numerous theaters cafes, bars, museums and parks as well as amazing beaches, vibrant festivals and many historic and archeological sites of interest.

 

 

 

 Sites & Attractions

 
The winery was established in 1996 and it produces around 50,000 bottles annually. The ...
The winery was established in 2001 and it produces approximately 60,000 bottles annual...
Franciscan church and monastery on top of Jaffa Hill, built at the end of the 19th cent...
An extraordinary huge site, which attempts to portray the IDF, from the early struggle ...
The park setting of the antiquities at this site, which Herod the Great named Antipatri...
Ayalon Institute Museum. The institute’s story took place in 1945-48 – between the end ...
 

 Accommodations

 
Deborah Hotel is an 11-floor building offering standard accommodation for couples and ...
.: The hotel overlooks the breathtaking views of the lively boardwalk, white sa...
The hotel is near the American embassy and all its rooms have been renovated.
Inspired by the energy of the 'city that never sleeps', Prima City invites you to take ...
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