You absolutely cannot miss this spot. You begin on the Tel Aviv promenade and following it south, you come to Jaffa. Just before reaching a viewpoint it delves a bit into the sea, giving a beautiful view of both the historic Jaffa as
Yafo, The city from which emerged the first inhabitants of Tel Aviv. It's city with the largest port in Israel for many years. It's worth going for a walk and getting lost in these arab streets and taking a look around the market.
This is the beach in Tel Aviv. It is a nice place to be for its fresh air that comes directly from the Mediterranean Sea. The large beach is beautiful and spacious with fine sand to allow you to rest. The day we were went there were
The structure is almost like a tunnel and is really full of people. It's the market, where fruit and vegetables, spices, nuts, candy, food stalls, clothes, flowers, bread, and oils are sold. There is bustle and entertainment. The
The Tel Aviv nightlife is fantastic. The city is full of bars that despite their exterior appearance, have an interior that combines the modern with the traditional elements.They have the great architecture of ancient sites with
A stroll along the Charles Clore Garden when the sun is setting is one of the best ways to end the day in Tel Aviv. I went on the eve of Sabbath and there were families singing and praying while the sun set. The views of the old part
Saturday evening in Tel Aviv. After enjoying the viewpoint of Abrasha Park, with its breathtaking views of the city, our guide offered to take us to the interesting Ilana Goor Museum, open Sunday-Friday from 10 to 16h and Saturday
It does not have the huge amount of fruit and vegetables that the market next door does, but this market is full of curiosities and local craft products that touch every branch. Painting, sculpture, ceramics, glass, metal, pendants,
Not much to say, it's a good place to sit back and relax, if possible with some good company and peace of mind. My first impression is that the area is not in need of money, and the service in local cafes probably won't be best, but
Something you should not miss during your visit to Tel Aviv is a sunny morning on the Tel Aviv promenade. Here you must discover the people and enjoy the fine Mediterranean breeze while going for a walk or a bike ride.
Along with its magnificent decor it offers a very nice environment, because along with its terrace it gives a calm air that make it seem that it is in a different zone than in one of the central streets of Tel Aviv. It is usually
Tel Aviv boasts one of the best nightlifes. It´s full of bars and restaurants so even if you´re very tired after spending all day touring the city and hanging out on the beaches, you still have to give it a try and get out for some
I never tire of recommending this restaurant so I will tell you something very clearly: GO. The Humus restaurant is in the main part of the Carmel market. To be more specific, closer to Rothschild Avenue then the Neve Tzedek
For a quiet breakfast or brunch, this cafe is a great choice. The eggs benedict should be compulsory - absolutely delicious! If the weather permits, there's a terrace for outdoor dining, but the interior is also very welcoming.
Port Said is a spectacular place, a Spanish style tapas bar with a great, if not a little hipster, atmosphere. There's always a DJ mixing and hundreds of vinyl on the walls. Here summer is very long so people eat outside in front of
Simply the best pitta in the entire city. Miznon is another place devised by Eyal Shani, famous Israeli chef (and star of the local Masterchef). He interprets street food with high quality, and fresh ingredients. Although prices are
Lovely restaurant in a shared courtyard on the side of Jaffa street, And despite it's intimacy Barood wouldn't go unnoticed. The restaurant is tastefully decorated with warm and inviting colours with an air of disorder, without ever
Tel Aviv is one of the most relaxing places i've visited, especially the beautiful beach. We were lucky to find Tsfoni, bar-restaurant on the beach to eat all day long: local and international cuisine and wine, all very simple as you
The rooms in this hotel offer the best view of Tel Aviv's skyline. We were on the 15th floor. The hotel is quite new, free wifi with excellent signal in the rooms and is just steps from the beach. The buffet is excellent and very
Small boutique hotel, elegant, central, modern and full of little details that make small hotels well worth the visit. You can enjoy a coffee in the Quiet garden lounge or relax in the upper terrace overlooking Tel Aviv and the sea.
This hotel is situated near to the famous Dizengoff Street with many shops and restaurants with an eclectic design. It serves a buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner, and room service is also available. The business rooms include fax and
Situated in the city center overlooking the Mediterranean, this historic 30-story Isrotel Tower Tel Aviv All Suites Hotel is situated just five kilometers away from the Eretz Israel Museum. The Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport is 20
The Sharon Hotel is located in the heart of Tel Aviv. It is in Herzlia, on the Mediterranean coast, with easy access to the beach. It has a total of 170 rooms perfectly equipped and designed to show off their large and comfortable
The Olympia Hotel is a modern, refurbished hotel in the business area near the beach. The area is surrounded by nightlife, stores and restaurants on the beach overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. All rooms have AC, satellite TV,
The Basel is a modern five-story hotel located in the center of Tel Aviv's Mediterranean coast, 100 meters from the beach. Tel Aviv Ben Gurion Airport is only 20 kilometers away, approximately 30 minutes driving time. The Basel Hotel
The City Hotel is in the center of the city of Tel Aviv, within 500 meters of the Mediterranean beach. The famous Plaza is located just a kilometer away. This hotel offers a buffet breakfast service every morning. The restaurant
The Best Western Regency Suites (Tel Aviv - Tel Aviv - Israel) is a small hotel situated on Hayarkon Street (city center), just minutes away from the lively old town of Jaffa, where you can find offices, embassies, art galleries,
Dan Panorama Tel Aviv is a 5 star Luxury establishment. It has a convention center, 482 rooms. It's located in the front of the Mediterranean Sea. You can walk to most of the attractive places in Tel Aviv. See the "The Charles Clore
The hotel "Adiv Hotel" is situated in Tel Aviv, Israel, 150 meters away from the beach and three kilometers away from the port area. The "Rakevet Tzafon" station is also just two miles away. They have meeting rooms. The hotel offers a