Tel Aviv is known to come alive at night, attracting visitors from all over the world to the city’s coolest bars, restaurants and music venues. But even beyond the famous city, there is much to see in Israel when the sun goes down.

From the illuminated Bahá’í Gardens in Haifa, to the ancient city walls of Akko, to the starry Negev desert, nighttime in Israel reveals a side of the country that shouldn’t be missed.

We invite you to take a closer look and discover the magnificent skies, sparkling seas and twinkling cities of Israel at night.

The Bahá’í Gardens on Mount Carmel, Haifa. Photo by Mendy Hechtman/FLASH90
Night landscape of the coast of the Dead Sea. Photo via shutterstock.com

 

The Azrieli Towers in Tel Aviv at night. Photo by Mendy Hechtman/FLASH90
The ancient city walls of Acre (Akko) at night. Photo via shutterstock.com
A long-exposure photograph at sunset over the Israeli coastal city of Netanya. Photo by Mendy Hechtman/FLASH90
Lights projected on Damascus Gate in Old City of Jerusalem, during the Light Festival, on June 29, 2018. Photo by Mendy Hechtman/FLASH90
An outdoor café in Old Jaffa. Photo via shutterstock.com
Children play in a water fountain on a hot summer night near the Tower of David in the Old City of Jerusalem. Photo by Gershon Elinson/FLASH90
Tel Aviv promenade at night. Photo via shutterstock.com