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Hertzeliya is a thriving city on Israel's central coast, directly north of Tel Aviv, and is known for its strong business culture. It has a population of over 110,000. It was founded in 1924 in honor of Theodor Herzl, the founder of modern Zionism, and is home to Herzliya Pituah, one of Israel's wealthiest neighborhoods and home to numerous embassies, prominent Israeli businessmen and politicians.

The Herzliya Promenada stretches along 7.5 kilometers of golden coastline, divided into seven beaches supervised by the municipality. These beaches offer amenities such as lifeguard stations, first aid, restrooms, showers, changing rooms, cafes, and restaurants. In addition, there is a separate beach for the religious public. Recently, an accessible promenade for people with disabilities was inaugurated, including a beach lift and a direct path to the sea. 

Along the promenade, you will find beach sports facilities, cafes and public buildings.

The Herzliya Marina, built in the 1970s, encompasses 500 dunams, half of which are open to the public with tourist, entertainment and shopping areas, maritime sports clubs and hotels with holiday apartments. The other half is occupied by the quay, which can accommodate 800 yachts and boats.


Historically, Herzliya is home to Apollonia National Park, a fortress built by the Crusaders in the 11th century that served as a strategic point.

Herzliya Park, a green oasis in the heart of the city, connects the eastern and western parts, offering ample lawns, barbecue areas, a natural amphitheater, a lake, and a winter pond. The city has devoted considerable efforts to preserving nature, with jogging trails, biking routes, and mountain bike trails connecting to other trails across the country.

​Ulpanei Herzliya, Israel's largest film studio, where all TV shows are recorded, is located in the southern part of the city. With an airport, three prominent shopping malls (Arena Mall, Seven Stars Mall, and Outlet Herzliya), and a wide cultural offering that includes theaters, cinemas, and restaurants, Herzliya also has the Herzliya Cinematheque, a cinema of independent films by filmmakers from all over the world.

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