In town and looking for things to do and see? Here is a list of top 3 places to check out in the heart of Tel Aviv!
One of Tel Aviv’s major and most famous streets, Rothschild Boulevard, has much to offer its residents. Considered to be Lev Ha’Ir, or the heart of Tel Aviv, the area’s venues for entertainment, thriving nightlife and the city’s financial district is what makes it place so special. It attracts the young and beautiful, the rich big spenders, as well as parents with strollers and dog walkers that are taking a stroll throughout the city.
Rothschild has some of the most beautiful Bauhaus building structures that have been kept in excellent condition. The most exclusive housing project, the Meier tower, was designed in the highest standard by well renowned architects, adding to the neighborhood’s authentic character. This area promises residents high standard design and renovation, making it one of the most expensive streets in Tel Aviv.
It’s a culinary hotspot, with posh restaurants on either side of the boulevard and a nightlife center with nearby Lillenblum offering the city’s largest concentration of quality bars makes it worth visiting.
Whether you’re in town visiting or simply looking for things to do, check out this list of places to see and experience in the neighborhood!
The most unique market rests in the heart of Tel Aviv. Nahalat Binyamin Market is open twice every week, Tuesday and Friday, and features a massive range of different arts and craft products presented by over 200 artists. Specializing in all sorts of original items from all corners of Israel, you are almost certainly going to find something you love here. No matter what your artistic style, buying it directly from the artist makes it all that bit more special. If arts and crafts doesn’t interest you, enjoy from the outdoor fair with street performers, clowns and musicians, providing free entertainment for visitors. The market is open on those two days from 10am until sundown.
Situated on the infamous street of Rothschild, Habima is probably Israel’s most important Theatre. This modern theater of world-class proportions has been rebuilt and reopened in 2009, offering a truly modern theatrical experience in a historically important Tel Aviv location. From its wide selection of plays which many have simultaneous subtitles in English, this impressive theatre offers endeavors in 20th century Jewish culture.
The Carmel Market:
The charming Carmel Market is the largest food and vegetable market in Tel Aviv. They provide fresh food and local specialties in this bustling culinary culture. The atmosphere is very friendly and casual and tourists often come here to absorb the different smells and colors. In order to keep a fond memory, avoid the butcher section which isnt a pretty sight. The entrance of the market is from Allenby street, and you will need to pass through the clothing area before arriving to the fresh food section.
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