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One of city's principal streets, located in the city center. Beginning in Neve Tzedek, it runs north to Habima Theater and features trees, pedestrian and cycle lanes. A focal tourist destination, the boulevard is home to many historical Bauhaus buildings.
You must go on a walk in Rothschild Boulevard. One of the trendiest areas in Tel-Aviv, full of restaurants and Coffee shops. With a great view of renovated Bauhaus buildings next to modern commercial, high rising towers.
many things going on at the Rothschild BLVD you can walk the entire BLVD from Israel theater or the opposite, the BLVD have a bike-lane, and its full with bars, restaurants, and interesting peoples and activities the entire day and night
The best Boulevard in Town. Wake up and walk few meters to the most amazing scene in town. From 16.00 till 9.00 AM, Having a small snake at one of the best cafes on the Blvd then some drink and pizza at Tony Vespa
The main blvd. of TLV. The best restaurants, Burgers, Pizzas, Bars and everything you can think of - is right there.
Main TLV Street today, just go around you will have a lot of things to do there
The street is lined with Bauhaus Buildings, the iconic architecture of Tel Aviv which led to its recognition as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Many of these have been beautifully restored .
Take a stroll and soak up the variety of architecture, outdoor coffee culture, boutique hotels and a number of good restaurants and wine bars.
Rothschild Boulevard (known in Hebrew as Sderot Rotshild) is one of the main streets in Tel aviv. It begins at the southwesterly neighborhood of Neve tzedek and runs all the way to the Habima Theatre in the centre of Tel Aviv. It is an extremely busy and pricey street and a huge tourist attraction
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