Mazal tov! Tel Aviv-Yafo invites couples to marry in the city's most stunning locations

* Intimate open-air weddings to be held at picturesque Tel Aviv locations, including the Tropical Garden, Rocks Garden, Old Train Station and Botanical Garden *

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Tel Aviv-Yafo, August 4 – Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality is extending its major efforts to provide creative solutions for residents impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.

Now, the municipality is offering a special wedding package in Tel Aviv-Yafo's most stunning outdoors locations to assist couples whose wedding plans have been disrupted as a result of COVID-19.

Couples will now be able to celebrate their special day with their immediate families (up to 20 attendees) free-of-charge in unique locations across the city: The Tropical Garden, Rocks Garden, Sporteque, Wohl Amphitheater (Ganei Yehoshua Park), Menachem Begin Park, Botanical Garden, and the Old Train Station.

The picturesque sites will be available for wedding ceremonies six days a week. The municipality will provide couples with tables, chairs, white tablecloths and electricity.

For couples wishing to marry through the Chief Rabbinate, a rabbi and ketubah (Jewish marriage contract) will also be provided cost-free.

Online registration (in Hebrew) for is now open to couples, offering a choice of possible dates and locations:

Ron Huldai, Mayor of Tel Aviv-Yafo: "The many challenges resulting from the coronavirus crisis obligate us to respond, in all aspects of life. As time passes by, we are aware of additional needs of our residents.

"These include holding wedding ceremonies in public spaces, supporting couples who were unable to mark the happiest day of their lives in a large celebration due to the coronavirus restrictions.

"By offering public spaces for intimate wedding ceremonies, we will be able to bring sheer joy to couples and their families – and provide them with an unforgettable Tel Avivian experience, even in these complex times."

media contact
Eytan Halon

Head of International Press

Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality