This is the northern-most beach along the main segment of Tel-Aviv's shore.
North of here there is the rennovated harbor area, the boardwalk, and the Yarkon river opening to the sea.
Got a 1950s hoover with a missing part? Fancy an ornate but useable nargilah? Or a Hanukiah? Even hand-made furniture or electrical goods/cameras from dubious sources?
Then the flea market in Jaffa... more
Neve Tzedek, now a neighborhood in central Tel-Aviv, is older than Tel-Aviv itself: It was founded in 1887 by Jews who decided to move out of the stifling, crowded streets of old Jaffa. They followed... more
To me, the Azrieli Centre represents the beginning of the 'new' for Tel Aviv, with its deeply impressive iconic architecture sprouting up besides the freeway.
Originally planned to be three buildings... more
In 2002 the Tel Aviv Museum of Art announced a competition for planning a new building, adjacent to the original building which was then 40 years old. Architect Preston Scott Cohen from Harvard... more
If you have walked the northern part of the promenade, from the Tel-Aviv Harbor to Oepra Tower, and continue to walk down the southern part of promenade towards Jaffa, you are bound to sense the... more
Known as 'Shuk Ha'Carmel", the Carmel Market is the city's biggest marketplace, that is worth visiting if you are in Tel Aviv. It's possible to find everything, from chlotes to pastries, from fresh... more
Twice a week, in every Thuesday and Friday, the Nachlat Bejamin St. becomes also an art market to whomever want to sale their store.
Many kind of artist who present art work for home, galleries,... more
The Tel-Aviv Harbor was born out of a dire need to be able to import and export during the Arab Revolt in 1936. Then other harbors took its place: Tel Aviv never had the right natural conditions for a... more
This is the large and famous Rabin Square in Tel-Aviv, it is by the city hall, nice place to take a break in the warm spring sunshine. Lots of demonstrations are held here, many demonstrations against... more
The Sheinkin street is in the centre of the city, between Alenvy st. to Dizengof st. Here you can find all the latest local and international fashion, good music stores and even some galleries. Also... more
I don't know if it is the most popular street in Tel-Aviv but its for sure one of the most interesting streets.
It's has a varied range of fashion stores, cafes, weeding dress boutiques , colorful... more
Overlooking the beach and found on the corner of Allenby and coastal Herbert Samuel Street, the salmon pink Opera Tower is one of the most distinctive buildings on the coastal strip with its stepped... more
While you are staying in Tel-Aviv - If you would like some relax and & quite time for your mind, If you like to enjoy fresh air, the beauty of nature, and magical sights of a river - I recommend to... more
Spent five hours inside, watching all the videos, the three floors of exhibits. First floor is dedicated to Jewish life. Second floor is dedicated to faith, reconstructions of synagogues across the... more
Like any major cities, there are a number of performance spaces spread throughout - ranging from the amphitheatre in Hayarkon Park where all the major concerts take place through to the tiny Tmu Na... more
Shalom Tower (Migdal Shalom) was the first magnificent highrise built in Israel, with its 34 floors achive 142 meters from the ground. The construction of the tower was completed in 1965 and it was... more
This park is well known as well as the Park of the Old Jaffa as it is placed at the top of the District narrow streets and from where it is possible to see all the city landscape
It is very peaceful... more
The Bezalel market is located at the corner of King George St. and Alenbi St.
You can find lots of catch, but at the same time, like in any other market - pointless staff that you never gonna need.... more
This Market is one of the oldest markets of Tel Aviv and Loacted in one of the oldest parts of Tel Aviv, (in the south of TA).
Lots of shopes for food things for the house, everything is very cheap... more
The Ben Gurion House is the old house of Israel's first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion. Later on he moved to the desert of the Negev with the idea of blooming the desert. Not so successful so far,... more
I have lived in Tel Aviv for a great number of years, and love it. I am lucky enough to live in a very nice area with a river and park close by. A great place to bring up children.
There is something...
Well, it's gonna be a tough project to built this page. I can show you the pictures, I can write as many tips as I want, and I can tell you everything I know about my hometown, but I can't make you......
Tel Aviv is a place once visited, never forgotten. I was priviliged to have lived here for more than five and a half years and continue to visit. A fantastic time, an amazing city (and country) and......