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Neve Tzedek is an old district in Tel Aviv which today is known for having small, cozy shops, cafes, parks and a cozy atmosphere. Anyone who is in Tel Aviv should take a walk in Neve Tzedek and the side streets here to explore what the area has to offer.
Tayelet is the promenade in Tel Aviv, and this one runs along almost the entire mile-long beach in the city. Here you can walk at your own pace while looking at the sea, all the incredible buildings along the promenade, and all the people who live in the area.
Jaffa Old Town
Jaffa is the old city of Tel Aviv, and as with the rest of the old cities of the world, it is full of restaurants, cafes, small shops and old buildings around the area. This is the perfect place to look for unique souvenirs that you can take home.
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art
At the Art Museum in Tel Aviv you can see modern art from the 20th century and newer, but unlike many art museums, it is not only full of ancient paintings from famous names, and you can experience a lot of new and exciting there as well. Well worth a visit if you like art!
Carmel Market is a market in Tel Aviv where you can first and foremost buy fruit and vegetables, or clothes. Although the market specializes in this, there are other stalls there as well. There are few places in the area where you can get as cheap and good fruit as here.
Sarona Market is a food market where you can buy all kinds of food, whether you want to buy whole wheels with cheeses, fresh vegetables, ready-made food or olive oil from the area. Here you will find a lot of exclusive food at good prices, so remember to have some free space in the suitcase.
Nachalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall
Nachalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall is an area in Tel Aviv where there are stalls and small shops selling everything between heaven and earth. There are many typical tourist shops here, so it is quite possible to find some cool things to buy here, although many of the things are typically mass-produced and of poor quality.
Old Tel Aviv Port Area
Old Tel Aviv Port Area is the port district of Tel Aviv, and this is a cozy and atmospheric area where it is very cozy to walk along. There is not much going on here, but it is recommended to sit down with a cup of coffee while watching all the boats in the harbor and enjoying the sea air.
Rothschild Boulevard is one of the largest streets in Tel Aviv, and this street is well known for having exclusive shops selling expensive clothes and other products. It is also a major tourist attraction whether you plan to shop here or not, and there are many exciting buildings and shops to look at.
Yarkon River and Park Hayarkon
Yarkon River and Park Hayarkon is a huge park in the middle of Tel Aviv. Here there are several attractions such as a water park, a botanical garden, two concert arenas, a lake and a river that runs through the park. There are few places in Tel Aviv where you can really relax, but this is one of these.