Tel Aviv – Tips & Suggestions
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Carmel Market- The Carmel Market is Tel Aviv’s largest food and vegetable market. Visit this charming place which is at the heart of Tel
Aviv’s culinary culture.
Nachalat Binyamin Market-A festival of arts, crafts, pottery, and street performances, Nachalat Binyamin offers a pleasant stroll and some pretty bits and pieces.
Open every Tuesday afternoon and Friday morning.
Rothschild boulevard- one of the busiest and most expensive streets in the city, and one of Tel Aviv’s main tourist attractions.
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Jaffa – an ancient port city believed to be one of the oldest in the world.
The Tachana – Hidden from the public eye for many years, the Tachana (or Station), the historic Tel Aviv-Jaffa train station complex located between the Neve Tzedek neighbourhood and the Mediterranean Sea, has recently re-opened to the public after a NIS 100 million, 10 year restoration program. The site has quickly become one of modern Tel Aviv’s hottest new entertainment and leisure complexes.
Neve Tzedek neighborhood- undoubtedly one of the most beautiful areas in Tel Aviv. It has become one of Tel Aviv’s latest fashionable and expensive districts, with a village-like atmosphere.
Dizengoff Center – the heart of Tel Aviv. This famous shopping mall, offers a wide selection of fast food, films, shops and more.
The new Tel Aviv port – The port of Tel Aviv is a flourishing area with new restaurants opening all the time, a multitude of events and beautiful views.
Gucha- Fish and seafood restaurant. 171 Dizengoff Street. 057-948325.
Barbunia- Fish and seafood restaurant. 163 Ben Yehuda Street. 03-5240961.
Benedict – Breakfast, round the clock. 171 Ben Yehuda Street.
Buddha Burgers (vegan) – 21 Yehuda HaLevi Street. Another smaller branch is located at 86 Ibn Gavirol Street, close to Rabin Square.