Most of the city's luxurious hotels are found along the beach, so it stands to reason that many of the shops are located ... More
Most of the city's luxurious hotels are found along the beach, so it stands to reason that many of the shops are located not too far away. One street away is Ben Yehuda Street, where you will find souvenir shops, jewellers, and restaurants. When it turns into Allenby Street (southwards), things become a bit more interesting. You will come across the Carmel Market, with all its wonderful treasures, the Nahalat Binyamin craft market, and of course, the hip and trendy Sheinkin Street, where everyone who is anyone comes to shop, sip fancy coffees and be seen. Also, visit Kikar Medina in north Tel Aviv, with its designer stores in rich surroundings, and Jaffa for arts and crafts. Easily walkable, with lots to see and to hear, as this middle eastern city is noisy, as well as modern. Great shops, great atmosphere.
This neighborhood was one of the first to be built (in 1887) in the sand dunes outside of Jaffa. The
narrow winding lanes, colorful plaster walls and tile roofs recall a small Mediterranean village. The area has become fashionable ...
This 20 year old diving school offers courses at all levels from the open water certificate (which costs less to
take in the off season) to courses to qualify as diving instructors. There is a dive shop with equipment ...
This fountain, entitled the Fire and Water sculpture is located on a raised roundabout that is painted in a bright,
rainbow design. Created by Yaacov Agam it has been dedicated to the friendship between the cities of Tel Aviv ...