Places to checkout
Rothschild Boulevard
Shenkin Street
Craft Fair - Nachlat Binyamin

Dizengoff Center
Neve Tzedek

Travel in Tel Aviv area
Old Jaffa
Azrieli Center
Hayarkon Park
HaCarmel Market

Free Tel Aviv tours
External link - visit-tlv.com

 

 

Places to checkout

Rothschild Boulevard
One of Tel Aviv's most beautiful boulevards, Rothschild Boulevard is a buzzing center of entertainment. You can grab a cup of coffee at one of the many coffee shops, eat a snack from the many snack shops (located on the boulevard itself) or just stroll along watching the beautiful guys passing by. You can also find several gay bars\clubs in the neighborhood; check out the gay map for details.
Rothschild Boulevard
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Shenkin St.
Each famous gay city has it's gay-oriented street, for Tel Aviv - Shenkin is that street. Stretching out for what seems to be forever - you can find anything, from trendy clothes to colorful accessories. A must-visit on Fridays or just a cool Saturday morning.
Shenkin

 

 

Craft Fair - Nachlat Binyamin
A variety of hand-made products, combined with bargaining merchants, the Craft Fair at Nachlat Binyamin is the perfect place to find unique presents for everyone back home. The fair is held on Tuesdays and Fridays. Don't miss a chance to get a cup of coffee in one of the many coffee-shops on the street while shopping.
Krafts Fair

 

Dizengoff Center
Calling Dizengoff Center a shopping mall would be an understatement. The Center is located in the heart of Tel Aviv and is therefore always buzzing with excitement. A huge variety of shops for clothes, food or just about anything, located within walking distance from every corner of the city. Don't forget to check out the Friday food market on the ground floor for delicious food and the cute guys that eat it!
Dizengoff
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Neve Tzedek and Suzanne Dallal Center
Neve Tzedek is one of the most beautiful neighborhoods of Tel Aviv, built back in 1887, as the first Jewish neighborhood outside of Jaffa’s walls, and considered to be the first neighborhood of Tel Aviv. Perhaps the main purpose for visiting this area would be the amazing architecture. The old buildings are gorgeous! Make sure to catch the Suzanne Dallal Center for dance and theater, the home of the world renowned BatSheva Dance Company.
Neve Tzedek is a unique and colorful neighborhood, and home for many artists.
Just stroll around the old houses starting behind Kolbo Shalom - the tall building that is near Allenby / Ahad Ha’am corner. You may just walk along Shabazi Street to the end and on the way sit in a nice cafe or restaurant. At the end of the road you must go out and see the sea, from Charles Clore Park. Every day is good for visiting Neve Tzedek, but the best time is Saturday afternoon..

Neve Tzedek
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Travel in Tel Aviv area

Old Jaffa: The Clock Tower, Flea Market and Jaffa harbor
Old Jaffa: The Clock Tower, Flea Market and Jaffa harbor
The clock tower of Jaffa is placed at the entry to Jaffa, coming from Tel Aviv (Northern entrance).
The clock tower was erected next to the Great Mosque. It’s not far from the Theatre Club, and near Jaffa harbor. Near to the clock tower there are lots of shopping opportunities, from big stores like Castro, to the unique shops of the flea market. At the flea market you can shop for clothing, presents, stuff for the house/office (small to big) and you can eat authentic Arab food. Good prices; don’t be shy to bargain (except for the food). After the crazy shopping, you can go to Jaffa harbor and relax with a view of the beautiful sea.
Old Jaffa
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Azrieli Center
Once you arrive in Tel Aviv you cannot miss these three huge buildings which comprise the Azrieli Center – triangle, circle and square. Most of the floors are offices but the lowest three form one of the biggest malls in Israel - shops, a gym, cafe's, restaurants, a supermarket, train station and more. On top of the circular building there's a great restaurant where you can dine and have a great view all over Tel Aviv and the surroundings. (not cheap). In the square building there’s a new hotel.
Azrieli Center
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Hayarkon Park
The Yarkon Park runs along the Yarkon River, which is not the place to take a swim, but a beautiful place to see while you walk along at the Yarkon Park. On a good day (but not too hot) you can take a long walk along the river, see people picnicking and kids swinging and playing. You can rest on the grass and watch the river and the animals in the area. from the park begins at the northern entrance of Tel Aviv, near the Yarkon Bridge.
Hayarkon Park
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HaCarmel Market
The Carmel Market stands at the heart of Tel Aviv – Magen David square, and ends near the sea and the Carmelit bus station. The market offers a livelier shopping experience than the usual air-conditioned markets of the rest of the city.
The market runs the length of one main street –Carmel Street, and has numerous small alleyways and side streets running off it. Large crowds make their way along the crowded street. Experience the fragrant bakeries, exotic fruits and spices, and fresh fish and meat hanging from butcher's hooks, mixed with fake designer clothes and electronic toys. It’s probably the loudest, liveliest and most colorful place in Tel Aviv.
Carmel Market
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