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As a major Mediterranean center, Tel Aviv is a magnet for international tourism. It is described as a top international tourism destination.
Tel Aviv has been called "the city that never sleeps" due to its thriving nightlife, young atmosphere and 24-hour culture.
The night life in Tel Aviv begins late, with people usually beginning to party
at 11 p.m. Its myriad nightclubs and bars make it a wonderful resting place and
attraction for tourists around the world.
The city has several public parks and promenades (the Yarkon park, Dizengoff park), many malls (Azriely center), museums and theaters (Habima, Kameri, Tzavta and Tmuna). Vacation in Tel-Aviv promises many wonderful experiences.
Tel-Aviv hotels, located next to the seafront promenade, offer beautiful views and high-class accommodations. Among the many hotels are Grand Beach, Dan Panorama and Cariton.
Tel-Aviv is known for its openness and youthful atmosphere.
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There is a demographic split between Tel Aviv's north and south. North Tel Aviv is known for being affluent, European in outlook and a little snobbish.
South Tel Aviv is poor and working class.
For summer tourists a four mile long promenade lines the western edge of Tel Aviv. Beaches,
restaurants, bars, hotels and shops line this part of town. Luxury to
economy in hotels, restaurants, guided tours and entertainment are available
here. Year round outdoor weather gives the city a resort feel with cafes,
bars and restaurants influenced by European and middle-eastern flavors.
Is your style luxury? Five star hotels (The Carlton,
Isrotel Tower) and luxurious
boutique hotels are along the Mediterranean beaches
and in the center of town. Stay in areas with world class restaurants and original Israeli boutiques (jewelry, gifts, crafts).
In older established north Tel Aviv section are tree lined streets along residential buildings.
North Dizengoff street from Dizengoff circle to Yermiyahu is lined with dress and jewelry shops, small cafes and a few restaurants.
At night, Tel Avivians come out for dinner and a drink with friends.
The road by the beach is Hayarkon (later Herbert Samuel Boulevard) and it is
here that all of Tel Aviv&'s luxury hotels are to be found, along with many
other accommodation options.
One street back from the beach road is Ben Yehuda Street. It is here you will
find travel agents, backpacker facilities, souvenir shops and more eateries.
Since Tel Aviv is situated on a beach, the best way to get a geographic feel for the city is by using the Mediterranean coastline as a reference point. Head south along the beach from Tel Aviv and you will arrive in the ancient port town of Jaffa . Head north and you will arrive in the upscale neighbourhood of
Ramat Aviv, where the university is located.
The main roads in central Tel Aviv all run parallel to each other, which makes finding your way around easy. Going back to the coastline as a starting point, the beach is a highway of sorts, with walkers, joggers and cyclists breezing past. It is here that Tel Avivians come to relax: be that meditating, doing yoga at the water's edge, juggling, playing beach tennis, watching the waves, lying in the sun, flying kites or playing soccer. The
Tayelet is the beach promenade which stretches from the old harbor of Tel Aviv to Jaffa.
The road by the beach is Hayarkon (later Herbert Samuel Boulevard) and it is here that all of Tel Aviv's luxury
beach hotels are to be found, along with many other accommodation options. There are also a sprinkle of eateries aimed at tourists. One street back from the beach road is
Ben Yehuda Street. It is here you will find travel agents, backpacker facilities, souvenir shops and more eateries. As the road goes southwards, it becomes
Allenby Street. This street is known for its seediness, liveliness and bargains and is packed with strip bars, pre-clubbing hang-outs and cheap and cheerful stores. Allenby Street is a corridor to many interesting places. It intersects with the
Carmel Market, the Nahalat Binyamin craft market and the fashionable
Sheinkin Street, where the cappuccino-sipping crowd come to see and to be seen.
The third major road back from the street is Dizengoff Road. In its heyday, it was the Champs Elysees of Tel Aviv. A verb even existed in Hebrew, "To Dizengoff," meaning to window shop with friends and have coffee. Today's Dizengoff Street has suffered somewhat with the advent of the shopping mall. However, there are still coffee shops and clothes shops aplenty, with designer name shops located at the northern end of Dizengoff. The street also has a large concentration of bridal outfitters. Towards the southern end of Dizengoff Street are the landmark Dizengoff Fountain and
Dizengoff Centre shopping mall.
About a 10 minute walk away from the beach (some 5 minutes beyond Dizengoff Street), you will hit Ibn Gvirol Street, which is also a major thoroughfare.
City Hall and Kikar Rabin (Rabin Square) are located along here as well as a huge number of restaurants, cafes and businesses.
There are many distinctive neighborhoods in and around central Tel Aviv.
Kikar Medina in north Tel Aviv is the Rodeo Drive of Israel with designer stores located around a circular park. Also to the northern edge of town is
Basel Square, a quiet, cafe lined square with a Continental feel.
Neve Tzedek is a historic district, with pastel painted properties positioned along winding alleys and is now a sought after Tel Aviv address. Further south is
Jaffa , one of Israel's few mixed cities where Arabs and Jews co-exist. The old city of Jaffa is particularly quaint and is a popular spot for couples to have their wedding photos taken thanks to the surrounding gardens and sea views.
Florentine is also a south Tel Aviv neighborhood. It achieved cult-like status after the launch of an Israeli TV drama Florentine which followed the lives and loves of young Tel Avivians living in the area. Herzl Street, which runs through Florentine, is known as the place to go to for furniture shopping. Many of the back alleys of Florentine are filled with furniture workshops.
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