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Yarkon River

Nahal HaYarkon

Shaded walking trails along the river. Romantic area, where you can lay on grass and watch the river flow.

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  • Old Jaffa

    Jaffa is simply place not to be missed. Very picturesque city, believed to be one of the oldest in the world. Day or night, always charming!

  • Carmel Market

    The biggest marketplace in Tel Aviv. Place of fresh produce and bargains. Worth visiting, even though you'll probably get ripped off since you're a tourist.

  • Jaffa Clock Tower

    One of the seven clock towers left from Ottoman period. Usually a starting point of tours around Jaffa. Nice place to hang around!

  • Jaffa Flea Market

    Copper, brass, jewelry, old Persian tiles, Judaica items and many more are to be found here. Open Sunday to Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Bargaining is a must!

  • Neve Tzedek

    First Jewish neighborhood outside Jaffa. It is historic, scenic and kinda became „in“ again. Little boutiques, picturesque alleys, narrow streets.

  • Dizengoff Square

    Public square with once famous landmark – kinetic Fire and Water Fountain by Yaacov Agam.

  • Rothschild Boulevard

    One of the main streets of Tel Aviv, popular among bikers, dog walkers and tourists. It makes for pleasant stroll with various coffee kiosks and top restaurants.

  • Jerusalem Beach

    Place where teenagers and foreigners go. Convenient is proximity of showers, toilets, dressers, water taps and lifeguard.

  • Nachlat Binyamin Artist Market

    Long, pedestrian only street, full of artists, run down buildings, caffes. Every Tuesday and Friday (10 a.m. – 5 p.m.) there's a festival of arts and crafts!

  • The Great Synagogue

    Built in 1926 and restored in the 70's. It has huge dome and stained glass windows that replicate those in Europe destroyed during holocaust.

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