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Neve Tzedek Tel Aviv

Neve Tzedek Tel Aviv

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This beautiful neighborhood, situated south of the Yemenite Quarter in Tel Aviv, is the first to be built in the new city of Tel Aviv back in 1887.

Today it serves as the city’s most stylish zone, a home for Israeli artists and yuppies. The gorgeous architecture of the old houses, packed within quiet narrow lanes, and the relaxed manner of the neighborhood’s residents, make it highly recommended spending a delightful afternoon around the area.

On your visit, make sure you don’t miss the Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater, located in the heart of Neve Tzedek and one of the most beautiful cultural centers in the city. Surrounded by lovely gardens and splendid piazza, this complex is a home to two of the best Israeli dance companies, and a host for the most unique performances in town.

Very close to Neve Tsedek is the now renovated Tacahana Complex, an old train station where visitors enjoy a a pedestrians only attraction with shops, cafe’s, restaurants, organic market art galleries and a family fun activities.

Exploring the Historic Streets of Neve Tzedek Tel Aviv

Neve Tzedek Tel Aviv is an iconic neighborhood located in the southern part of Tel Aviv. It was founded in 1887 as one of the very first Jewish neighborhoods outside of Jaffa and soon became a hub for some of Israel’s most prominent artists, writers, intellectuals, and activists. Today, it is widely considered to be a cultural center for Tel Aviv and is home to some incredible attractions like Shabazi Street, known for its quaint cafés and boutiques; Neve Tsedek Square, a popular spot for outdoor concerts; Shalom Tower & Clock Tower, two iconic landmarks; as well as numerous galleries, museums, restaurants and more.

In addition to its cultural attractions, Neve Tzedek also offers visitors a unique glimpse into the past with its preserved 19th century architecture. As you stroll through its cobblestone streets, you’ll find yourself surrounded by red-roofed buildings that evoke memories of days gone by. The quaint atmosphere makes it easy to forget that you’re in one of Israel’s most vibrant cities!

For those looking to explore beyond Tel Aviv’s city limits but still remain close by, Neve Tzedek is conveniently located near major attractions such as Jaffa Port (2 km away), Hayarkon Park (3 km away), and Dizengoff Center (4 km away). Whether you’re looking for an afternoon stroll or an evening out on the town – Neve Tzedek has something for everyone!

So if you ever find yourself in Tel Aviv looking for something special – don’t forget to check out Neve Tzedek! This historic neighborhood offers visitors a unique combination of culture and history coupled with modern attractions like cafes, boutiques and galleries. So grab your camera and get ready to explore – you won’t regret it! With that being said – welcome to Neve Tzedek! We hope your experience here will be unforgettable!

A Guide to Exploring Dalit el Carmel Village

A Guide to Exploring Dalit el Carmel Village

If you are looking for a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, then a visit to Dalit el Carmel village is just the ticket! This charming, rustic village in Northern Israel is full of nature trails and picturesque views that will take your breath away. Whether you're an avid hiker or just looking for a relaxing getaway, this destination has something to offer everyone. What to Do in Dalit el Carmel Village Dalit el Carmel village offers plenty of activities for nature lovers and tourists, including hiking trails through the lush forests surrounding the village, shopping and dining. The Muharka, the Carmelite Monastery, etc. Its place as a station on the King's Road, the favorable climatic conditions, its fertile soil, its spectacular scenery and the diverse vegetation attracted many to settle there. In the village there are many picturesque alleys winding between ancient houses, houses of prayer (halava), holy places, buildings with a historical past, the fabric house, the weaving house and art galleries. During the tour you can get an impression of a typical Druze house structure, with all its contents, trace typical customs, folklore, folk foods, traditional clothing and much more. The market located in the heart of the village is a meeting place of old and new and is a magnet for tourists and visitors who want to feel the atmosphere up close. The village itself is also home to several unique shops where visitors can purchase local crafts and artisanal products. You can also sample some of the area's famous dishes like hummus or falafel or try one of the many local restaurants. We ate at the Keves Restaurant (The Lamb), Restaurant - an oriental Druze restaurant with a healthy menu! The dishes are made on the spot! On Friday and Saturday you can enjoy more music and flutes.. The restaurant has a stove that gives an authentic feeling and spreads a lot of heat. The restaurant is surrounded by sheds of vine-grape leaves. Accommodations in Dalit el Carmel Village When it comes to accommodations in Dalit el Carmel Village, there are plenty of options to choose from. Visitors can stay at one of the many guest houses located throughout the town or book a hotel in neighbouring Haifa or Zichron Yaacov. The colorful village of Dalit El Carmel is worth a visit for anyone visiting the north of Israel, Haifa, or Zichron Ya'akov.

Discover the Unique Beauty of El Al Stream: A Comprehensive Guide to Hiking in Golan's Scenic Terrain

Unraveling the Etymology of El Al Creek. The captivating El Al stream in the southern Golan winds through the narrow Wadi Dufila canyon, colloquially known as the "Haunted Bush Creek." This picturesque stream spans 20 kilometers, the trek through its alluring central section offering a sight to behold. Adorned with two grand waterfalls, each with their own unique charm and inviting water pools at their bases, Nahal El Al holds the title as the southernmost perennial stream in the Golan region. The "Black Waterfall," a beautiful basalt spectacle, cascades from an impressive height of about 8 meters. In stark contrast, the "White Waterfall" is a limestone structure that flows from an approximate elevation of 20 meters. This year-round stream and its idyllic natural pools are sightseers' delights. The pathway through this wondrous terrain can commence at Moshav Eliad and conclude at the parking lot adjacent to the waterfalls, near Moshav Avni Itan. Alternatively, the journey can be experienced in reverse order. Strollers can enjoy a route parallel to the stream, teeming with life throughout the year. Exploring the Route Embarking on this journey, you'll descend into the stream as directed by signs, following the red-marked path through an olive vineyard, between hedgerows, and into the gorge that descends from the El Al village ruins. After crossing the gorge, you'll encounter a picturesque viewpoint. It's here where the stream forms a "knee," altering its flow direction from southwest to northwest. Continuing along the red path near the olive grove, you'll descend a white chalk rock slope towards the white waterfall after about 500 meters. Once you near the waterfall, a staircase fashioned from railway sleepers diverts you to the pool at the base of the waterfall. Progressing further to the Black Waterfall, you'll resume your journey along the red-marked path, situated at the top of the white waterfall, and cross the stream. The path meanders alongside the stream, within a thicket of haunted bushes, and ascends slightly after about 500 meters. The path stays a few meters above the gorge, where the white rock gradually transitions to black basalt rocks. As you continue your trek, ensure you follow the "transparent" marking (two white stripes with no color in the middle) towards the black waterfall. This waterfall cascades onto basalt rocks, forming a small pool surrounded by dolav trees that cast a cooling shade. Finally, return to the red trail, cross the stream's shallow bed, and ascend a steep climb back to the parking lot in Moshav Avni Eitan. Geological Wonder The coexistence of a white waterfall and a black waterfall is a truly unique and fascinating spectacle. The Golan's basalt kilhos blanket thick layers of white marine sedimentary rocks. The water first creates a waterfall as it travels beneath the black basalt rock, then continues to cut deeper until it reaches the sedimentary rocks beneath the basalt, forming a second waterfall. Note: Swimming in the creek pools is undertaken at the swimmers' own risk. Given the route's length, it's recommended to arrange transport at the endpoint. You can return to the starting point via a 3.5 km boardwalk connecting Eliad and Avni Eitan. Travel and Safety Guidelines: In the Golan, adherence to the marked path is critical; crossing fences or straying off the path can lead to dangerous minefields. Never venture into areas designated for army shooting training! Always pass through cattle fences at designated points, opening and closing gates as needed. Avoid climbing or cutting fences, and exercise caution when crossing or walking on roads. Overnight stays are only permitted at designated sites, and fires should never be left unattended or lit under trees. Toilet paper should not be burned, and all trash should be taken with you to preserve the natural beauty of the area.

The One Ice Arena  - Ice skating - hockey, and a figure skating arena

The One Ice Arena - Ice skating - hockey, and a figure skating arena

OneIce Arena is a new ice center, which serves as a public skating facility, an ice hockey arena, and a figure skating arena. The arena is located in the Tnuvot industrial area (10 km east of Netanya near Kfar Yona on the road leading to Highway 6. The center's huge area, including two skating rinks, the central one meets the strict international standards of the skating competitions and of the American hockey league NHL, and next to it is another rink that is used for training. A grandstand was erected in the central court, which can hold about 1500 spectators. The Arena also operates a pizzeria and a cafe, a dedicated store for the sale of skating and hockey equipment, gyms, a training studio and more. The arena, the like of which is not found in Israel, was built according to international standards, where besides the skating rink, it also contains an advanced multimedia system, television broadcasting, dressing rooms for athletes and judges, communication rooms and more. The arena serves as the new home of the Ice Hockey Academy, which has been operating in Israel for over 25 years, which is the largest and most professional school in its field in Israel with approximately 15 branches throughout the country and over 800 active players. The academy operates a regular ice hockey league for six age groups in addition to participating in the Israeli Ice League. Address: 1 Nirim St., Tnuvut. Phone: *8207

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