Square area of municipality: 16,300 dunams
Population: 161,000 residents
Location: center of Gush Dan – bordering the cities of Tel Aviv, Givatayim, Bnei Brak, and Kiryat Ono.
The uniqueness of Ramat Gan is found in its parks and green areas surrounding quiet, pastoral neighborhoods, alongside the Bursa (Israel Diamond Center) and entertainment complexes – a bustling and colorful metropolitan hub.
Ramat Gan is the greenest city in Israel, with 25% of its area being parkland. The city continues to meticulously maintain and improve its parks for the benefit of residents and visitors so they can enjoy well-developed green expanses in the heart of Israel. To the north of the city is the Yarkon River and Yarkon Park, while to the south can be found the open spaces of the Ramat Gan National Park and the Safari. The Ramat Gan National Park, which is one of the most unique and beautiful parks in Israel, attracts millions of people annually.
The city hosts the largest diamond center in the world, and one of the biggest business complexes in Israel – the Bursa (Israel Diamond Exchange) complex - where 50,000 people work every day. The Bursa is currently undergoing renovations and renewal, and is expected to become one of the leading recreation and entertainment areas in central Israel.
In Ramat Gan you can find 5 institutions of higher learning, which include the leading Bar-Ilan University, Shenkar School of Engineering, Design, and Art, ranked fifth in the world thanks to its trailblazing thinking, and Beit Zvi School of the Performing Arts. Ramat Gan also hosts the largest in hospital Israel
(Sheba – Tel Hashomer), 11 museums, and 3 theaters.