Mapu 18

18 Mapu St, Tel Aviv, Israel
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Forum Posts

Is Thursday special?

by Golovacz

I was told by a friend that Thursday the Jaffa flee market has a special late closing and a festive atmosphere, is thst correct?
Golovacz

Re: Is Thursday special?

by Bregman

Yes. On Thursday night the flea market is open at night and it is full with people and activities. Only, this is a summer thing, so it might end any day now (if it haven't ended already...)

Re: Is Thursday special?

by Salocinoel

You bet! We rented an apartment last summer in the Flea Market area (just off Jerusalem Ave) and had a blast. Absolutely recommended to either walk around and check out stuff you might not see anywhere else (Israeli samba batucadas, jazz, 60's rock performed by teenagers, art auctions, chess games, stores selling amazing knick knacks etc etc.) Or eat out at some great eateries, down ice cold beer on the sidewalk or crash the rooftop parties...Thursdays at the Flea Market were the high point of the week while we were in TA. Arrive early stay late.

Travel Tips for Tel Aviv-Yafo

Tel Aviv is a non-stop city...

by Noa_l

Tel Aviv is a non-stop city pulsating with life. The action goes on round-the-clock with cafes, restaurants, and entertainment centers staying open till the early hours of the morning. Centrally located, Tel Aviv is the ideal base for taking one-day trips in the country. Its beautiful beaches are flanked by a promenade that ends in the ancient port town of Yafo. Tel Aviv is not only Israel's business capital, it is also a bustling cultural center, offering an impressive concentration of museums, art galleries, theaters, cinemas, restaurants, sidewalk cafes, pubs, and shopping centers. In the summer the municipality sponsors outdoor events (free admission) and festivals which take place against the backdrop of the promenade, Tel Aviv port, and the Old City of Yafo.
Tel Aviv has 44 hotels, with a total of 5,200 rooms, 16% of the total number of rooms available in approved hotels. In 1996, Tel Aviv's hotels hosted half a million tourists, more than a quarter of the total number of tourists visiting Israel that year. Tel Aviv's hotel occupancy is 75%, much higher than the national average. The tourist business provides work for 17,000 people, a third of whom are employed in the hotel sector. The city's direct income from tourism totals $55 million annually, a third coming from the hotel business.

tel aviv

by KianaInupiaq

this photo is on el al's jet headin back to america, if you ever end up flying el al you should beware that their security is very very tight which is cool but my first time there they broke my canon eos while inspecting it, the second, third and fourth time that I went to Israel I didn't fly el al and refuse to fly el al as long as I live. Plus my first time going to Israel they kept me in their office at the Newark Intl for 3 to 5 hours questioning me with the same questions over and over again, I can understand why they would ask me these questions but 3 to 5 hours!

An Interesting Sculpture!

by Jackiekg

Today I went for another walk to the seashore, entering the park in front of the Hilton Hotel (opposite 198 Hayarkon Street) and came across this piece of sculpture before following a path to the sea This is what is written on a plaque:
"Pietro Dascella
Gate of Peace
1972
Stone
Gift of the Artist
Baron and Baroness Urvater
The Yehoshua Rabinowitz Tel Aviv Foundation For Literature & Art at the initiative of Aviva Najar"
It is possible to walk through.
I wasn't able to find any history on this piece of work.
There is a lot of street sculpture in Tel Aviv and I hope to photograph more pieces.

Currency Exchange Rates

by Sharon

The Israeli Currency is NIS = New Israeli Shekel, in in short as we say Shekel.
From time to time im updating here the Currency rates just to give an idea of the aprx current rate: If you must have an updated one then check it on the web.

According to May 19th, 2007:

1 Euro = 5.5 Shekels

1 USD= 3.97 Shekels

Diving in Tel Aviv

by gjordan

Diving in Tel Aviv with Dive Tel Aviv Diving Center
Offers private dives, private scuba diving instruction, underwater photo & video shoots, and custom dives.
Whether you’re an expert diver looking to experience one of the best Wreck Dives in Israel, a beginner diver looking to improve your skills, or have never dived before but always wanted to experience it and never got around to it. Learning to scuba dive with Dive Tel Aviv is just the thing for you.
Dive Tel Aviv is dedicated to providing the highest level of professional, personalized service available to anyone visiting the shores of Tel Aviv and around the area.
Dive Tel Aviv specialize in private diving and private scuba diving courses to all divers and non divers. With a variety of amazing dive sites including Gordon caves and the Sea Wolf wreck diving in Tel Aviv can be a great vacation for the entire family.
The instructors at www.divetelaviv.com give excellent service, and can really improve your diving skills. The gear is new, and the dives are great. All gear can be rented at Divetelaviv.com, good condition and properly maintained.
If you want you can use your own gear.

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