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Guidebook for Tel Aviv-Yafo

Dany And Danna
Dany And Danna
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Dany And Danna

Guidebook for Tel Aviv-Yafo

Food Scene
The bast mall in Israel! Dizengoff Center mall has well more than 400 stores, plus a multiplex movie theater, restaurants, design and exhibition center, specialty stores, and rooftop fitness center and swimming pool. Every Thursday and Friday, a Food Fair allows you to sample dishes from the mall’s eateries. Dizengoff Center is open daily and has free Wi-Fi throughout.
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Dizengoff Center
50 Dizengoff St
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The bast mall in Israel! Dizengoff Center mall has well more than 400 stores, plus a multiplex movie theater, restaurants, design and exhibition center, specialty stores, and rooftop fitness center and swimming pool. Every Thursday and Friday, a Food Fair allows you to sample dishes from the mall’s eateries. Dizengoff Center is open daily and has free Wi-Fi throughout.
The Ali Karavan restaurant serves the Best Humus in Jaffa, and has been serving it for almost 40 years now.
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Hummus Abu Hassan
1 Ha-Dolfin St
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The Ali Karavan restaurant serves the Best Humus in Jaffa, and has been serving it for almost 40 years now.
The Carmel Market, or Shuk HaCarmel, is the most famous of all Tel Aviv’s marketplaces. In recent years, it’s even joined the ranks of Tel Aviv’s trendy spots for bars, restaurants, coffee shops and chef-owned food stalls. It’s no wonder Shuk HaCarmel is Tel Aviv’s largest and most-centrally located shuk: From hand-made Jachnun, a traditional Yemenite dish, to boutique cheeses, and from one-off cotton clothes to designer threads, HaCarmel has it all. Plan your visit around your tastebuds and food preferences - salted fish, cured meats, Middle Eastern fare, fresh baked French pastries, and local-roasted coffee or fresh-pressed fruit or vegetable juice blends to wash it all down.
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HaCarmel Market
11 Street HaCarmel St
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The Carmel Market, or Shuk HaCarmel, is the most famous of all Tel Aviv’s marketplaces. In recent years, it’s even joined the ranks of Tel Aviv’s trendy spots for bars, restaurants, coffee shops and chef-owned food stalls. It’s no wonder Shuk HaCarmel is Tel Aviv’s largest and most-centrally located shuk: From hand-made Jachnun, a traditional Yemenite dish, to boutique cheeses, and from one-off cotton clothes to designer threads, HaCarmel has it all. Plan your visit around your tastebuds and food preferences - salted fish, cured meats, Middle Eastern fare, fresh baked French pastries, and local-roasted coffee or fresh-pressed fruit or vegetable juice blends to wash it all down.
One of Tel Aviv’s major streets, and certainly it’s most famous, Rothschild Boulevard has it all; bars, restaurants, cafes, etc... Also: a nightlife center with nearby Lillinblum offering the city’s largest concentration of quality bars; an architectural and historical relic, with a glorious collection of Bauhaus structures
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Rothschildův bulvár
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One of Tel Aviv’s major streets, and certainly it’s most famous, Rothschild Boulevard has it all; bars, restaurants, cafes, etc... Also: a nightlife center with nearby Lillinblum offering the city’s largest concentration of quality bars; an architectural and historical relic, with a glorious collection of Bauhaus structures
Sightseeing
Neve Tzedek is today a real oasis in the bustling city of Tel Aviv. The magnificent buildings are all individual, and a relaxing stroll through the neighborhood is a great way to spend some time. Shabazi Street is the main street through Neve Tzedek and, like many of the smaller side passages, is lined with with boutiques, galleries, and craft shops. The Suzanne Dellal Center is Tel Aviv’s dance center with a superb piazza and interesting gardens, whilst popular cafe Suzanna shouldn’t be missed. Shops in Neve Tzedek are unique. The small, narrow streets are home to small unique boutiques, design shops and other fascinating shops which you could even think are not shops. Restaurants and cafes in Neve Tzedek offer the full range of food that Tel Aviv has become known for. There is something magical about sitting out in the shaded courtyard of an Oriental style building with the sea breeze cooling you, enjoying a great light meal…
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Neve Tzedek
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Neve Tzedek is today a real oasis in the bustling city of Tel Aviv. The magnificent buildings are all individual, and a relaxing stroll through the neighborhood is a great way to spend some time. Shabazi Street is the main street through Neve Tzedek and, like many of the smaller side passages, is lined with with boutiques, galleries, and craft shops. The Suzanne Dellal Center is Tel Aviv’s dance center with a superb piazza and interesting gardens, whilst popular cafe Suzanna shouldn’t be missed. Shops in Neve Tzedek are unique. The small, narrow streets are home to small unique boutiques, design shops and other fascinating shops which you could even think are not shops. Restaurants and cafes in Neve Tzedek offer the full range of food that Tel Aviv has become known for. There is something magical about sitting out in the shaded courtyard of an Oriental style building with the sea breeze cooling you, enjoying a great light meal…
Jaffa (also known as Yafo) is the ancient port city out of which Tel Aviv has now grown. Jaffa has, in recent years, like much of South Tel Aviv, been regenerated with the old narrow streets and courtyards becoming a another highly desirable part of Tel Aviv’s urban tapestry. Jaffa flea market is a well known attraction of the area, with vendors selling a diverse range of interesting and unique products. Meanwhile the narrow passageways and ancient buildings in the Old City of Jaffa are worlds away from modern Tel Aviv.
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Jaffa
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Jaffa (also known as Yafo) is the ancient port city out of which Tel Aviv has now grown. Jaffa has, in recent years, like much of South Tel Aviv, been regenerated with the old narrow streets and courtyards becoming a another highly desirable part of Tel Aviv’s urban tapestry. Jaffa flea market is a well known attraction of the area, with vendors selling a diverse range of interesting and unique products. Meanwhile the narrow passageways and ancient buildings in the Old City of Jaffa are worlds away from modern Tel Aviv.
King George Street is one of the most iconic roads in Tel Aviv. Centrally located yet peaceful, cosmopolitan yet bohemian, King George Street provides not only a fulfilling tourist experience, but also a glimpse into the everyday lives of local Israelis who call the surrounding neighborhood home. Offers many cheap food stands and local shops.
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King George Street
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King George Street is one of the most iconic roads in Tel Aviv. Centrally located yet peaceful, cosmopolitan yet bohemian, King George Street provides not only a fulfilling tourist experience, but also a glimpse into the everyday lives of local Israelis who call the surrounding neighborhood home. Offers many cheap food stands and local shops.
Kerem HaTeimanim is one of Tel Aviv’s last authentic treasures, a hidden corner of the city that remains rich with nostalgia and authenticity. When you enter Kerem HaTeimanim you will notice a huge difference in atmosphere and overall pace of life. The streets are calm, the buildings remain in their original form and the whole area has managed to escape the wave of modern development that has swept the rest of the city.
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Kerem HaTeimanim
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Kerem HaTeimanim is one of Tel Aviv’s last authentic treasures, a hidden corner of the city that remains rich with nostalgia and authenticity. When you enter Kerem HaTeimanim you will notice a huge difference in atmosphere and overall pace of life. The streets are calm, the buildings remain in their original form and the whole area has managed to escape the wave of modern development that has swept the rest of the city.
Shopping
Shenkin Street is one of the most famous, happening streets in Tel Aviv. Considered to be a local attraction for over 20 years, the renovations through 2012 that have converted the street into a pedestrian paradise, have rejuvenated a street that really does epitomize the Tel Aviv spirit. And with it’s proximity to some of Tel Aviv’s other must-sees, such as Carmel Market and Nachalat Binyamin, you really should squeeze in a visit to this part of town.
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شينكين
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Shenkin Street is one of the most famous, happening streets in Tel Aviv. Considered to be a local attraction for over 20 years, the renovations through 2012 that have converted the street into a pedestrian paradise, have rejuvenated a street that really does epitomize the Tel Aviv spirit. And with it’s proximity to some of Tel Aviv’s other must-sees, such as Carmel Market and Nachalat Binyamin, you really should squeeze in a visit to this part of town.
Allenby street offer at day time a great opportunity to buy cheap-yet-neat clothing, or having a Falafel / Pizza for a good price, or simply to get to know Tel-Aviv - this is the street you would be going to. There are lots of shops, of absolutely EVERY sort and kind, cheap restaurants and much more... At night time, the bars and parties are taking control. Great place for a pub crawl.
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Allenby Street
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Allenby street offer at day time a great opportunity to buy cheap-yet-neat clothing, or having a Falafel / Pizza for a good price, or simply to get to know Tel-Aviv - this is the street you would be going to. There are lots of shops, of absolutely EVERY sort and kind, cheap restaurants and much more... At night time, the bars and parties are taking control. Great place for a pub crawl.
Drinks & Nightlife
A long street that stretches from north and meets the Namal (Tel Aviv Port) to Alenby street. Offers many bars, cafe's and restaurants among other local business. Offers one of the best Tel Avivian's night life scene.
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Ben Yehuda Street
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A long street that stretches from north and meets the Namal (Tel Aviv Port) to Alenby street. Offers many bars, cafe's and restaurants among other local business. Offers one of the best Tel Avivian's night life scene.