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Rothschild Blvd one of Tel Aviv’s central boulevards
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Rothschild Blvd one of Tel Aviv’s central boulevards

Rothschild Blvd one of Tel Aviv’s central boulevards

Tel Aviv travel guide

Rothschild Blvd is one of Tel Aviv’s central boulevards, spreading from Neve Tzedek in its south-western end to Habima, the national theater, in the north. It’s a wide street with a designated promenade for pedestrians and bicycle as its centerpiece; around it you’ll find a variety of cafés, restaurants, kiosks, and some of Tel Aviv’s most impressive Bauhaus architecture, at the heart of the “White City”, the name given to this UNESCO World Heritage site in 2003.

You can spend few lovely hours walking around Rothschild Blvd, mixing a bit of people-watching, resting on one of the promenade’s benches, sipping great coffee in Bar Rothschild (8 Rothschild Blvd) or Under The Tree (10 Rothschild Blvd), or sitting in one of the most popular restaurants in Tel Aviv scattered all around.

If you’re interested in some history, the Eliahu Golomb House (Beit Hagana – the Israel Defense Forces Museum) is located at 23 Rothschild Blvd. This small museum tells the history of Jewish defense from the days of the “Hashomer” organization until the establishment of the Israel Defense Force.

If you’re more of an artistic type, don’t miss the many galleries along the boulevard: Sommer gallery at 13 Rothschild Blvd and Julie M. at 10 Bezalel Yafe St. (right off the boulevard), among others.

For culinary purposes, you’ve come to the right place. A wide selection of restaurants are available, from Japanese cuisine (Yakimono at 19 Rothschild Blvd, Sushido at 15 Rothschild Blvd), Italian (Cantina at 71 Rothschild Blvd, Fabiana at 64 Rothschild Blvd), microbrewery (Brewhouse at 11 Rothschild Blvd) to Hamburgers (Mose’s at 35 Rothschild Blvd, which continuously wins the “Best Tel Aviv Hamburger award”). For desert, don’t miss Max Brenner’s Chocolate Bar, at 45 Rothschild Blvd.

Is Tel Aviv worth visiting?

Is Tel Aviv worth visiting?

Discover the Magic of Tel Aviv Blog Introduction: If you’re looking for a city with an unbeatable combination of culture, cuisine, and nightlife, then look no further than Tel Aviv. A coastal metropolis in Israel, Tel Aviv has something for everyone - from stunning beaches to fascinating museums, to a thriving culinary scene. In short, Tel Aviv is one of the most exciting cities in the world, and it’s definitely worth a visit! History & Culture Tel Aviv is home to more than 400 years of history. Explore the old Jaffa port, where you can experience archaeological sites that date back to Biblical times. Walk through ancient alleyways as you take in views of the Mediterranean Sea. And if you’re looking for more modern attractions, Tel Aviv also offers great museums such as Beit Hatfutsot (The Museum of Jewish People) and the Eretz Israel Museum. Coastal Beauty & Nightlife No visit to Tel Aviv would be complete without a trip to its beautiful beaches. Whether you want to take a dip in the Mediterranean or just relax on the sand with a good book, there are plenty of beach options that will suit your tastes. When night falls, make sure to check out some of the city’s best bars, you will find a place to drink anywhere in the city - many located right by the beach! From classic pubs to trendy rooftop venues and hipster hangouts – Its seems like one big party! Food Scene Tel Aviv is home to some truly amazing restaurants! With influences from all over Europe and North Africa, Some in some restaurants you will not get a table for months (OCD For example)! be it's no wonder that this city boasts an incredibly diverse array of cuisines – from traditional Israeli dishes like Hummos, falafel and shawarma to Italian eateries and sushi bars. No matter what type of food you’re into, you won't be disappointed by what’s available here! Conclusion: Whether you’re looking for some cultural exploration or just fun in the sun - Tel Aviv has it all! With its bustling nightlife, stunning stretches of coastline, incredible food scene and fascinating history – this city offers something for everyone. So why not plan your next vacation here? You won't regret it!

The Trumpeldor Cemetery

The Trumpeldor Cemetery

The Trumpeldor Cemetery is the first cemetery of Tel Aviv, and it is where many of the national Zionist leaders and famous Israeli artists are buried. For an historic journey in the center of Tel Aviv you should pay a visit to the Trumpeldor Cemetery at 19 Trumpeldor Street. The cemetery is named After Yosef Trumpeldor, a famous Russian Jewish war hero from the beginning of the 20th century, and is the first cemetery of the city and where many of its founding fathers, as well as central Zionist and cultural figures, are buried. Like many old cemeteries, the Trumpeldor Cemetery tells the story of Tel Aviv and its people in the past and present. The Trumpeldor cemetery was built in 1902 in the southern part of Tel-Aviv by Shimon Rokach, one of the city's founders and leaders, seven years before the foundation of the city itself. Since then, is has become a pantheon for major politicians and figures of Zionist movements, as well as Israeli artists and authors. Once visiting there, look for a relatively small area in which you will find the gravestones of some of the famous national figures of the country. Amongst others, you will spot the gravestone of the national poet Bialik, the city's first legendary mayor Arlozorov, some famous Zionist leaders, such as Sheinkin and Nordao, and some famous poets and writers, like Tshernichovski and Ahad Ha’Am. In many ways, the Trumpeldor cemetery is where the city's streets come back to life, and if you visit there a couple of days after wondering around the city center, surely you will recognize many of these names. Hotel Metropolitan is located on the very same street, at 11 Trumpeldor St. It is an affordable yet elegant lodging option right next to the beach and is very close to the city center. A second hotel in this area is the Sun City hotel, at 9 Trumpeldor St., which is very well kept and quite intimate. It has great location, too - right next to the city's lively markets and shopping areas, and only 500 meters from the Mediterranean promenade.

Yad Harutzim nightlife center in downtown Tel Aviv

Yad Harutzim nightlife center in downtown Tel Aviv

Yad Harutzim is probably not the best place to visit during the day, when it offers the not-too-sexy blend of auto repair shops, noisy multi-lane roads and old office buildings. But when the sun goes down, this area becomes one of the city's nightlife centers. Restaurants are packed, bars are massive and the nightclubs are lined one next to the other. Some of the biggest names in the city's nightlife scene are located here, and some excellent restaurants too, so if it's past 7 PM, it is definitely an area worth a visit. When it comes to the combination of casual atmosphere, great food and superb design the Coffee Bar (13 Yad Harutzim St., Tel 03-6889696) is probably among the best places to dine in Tel Aviv. This mostly French cuisine bistro is accompanied by a rich wine list and friendly service, in what is often referred to as one of the best casual restaurants in the country. Another culinary treat nearby is Vince and Tamar (10 Hazfira St., Tel: 03-6390407), which is an industrial-chic Italian restaurant. You will find no formal menus here, but daily specials listed on a blackboard. The moderate prices are more than reasonable for your diner value. Yad Harutzim hosts many nightclubs in a pretty condensed area. The Dome is one of the city's well established Mega-clubs, usually playing house and techno music. Prices are not cheap, but you will get your money's worth if Mega-Clubs are your cup of tea. Nearby are the SO and the VOX nightclubs, both offering the same type of music to similar crowd, happy and friendly (especially after a couple of drinks). If the underground scene and some experimental music are your thing, Café Barzilay is a smaller club that frequently hosts great DJs from abroad. Sometimes there are live performances of alternative Israeli artists too. If you're looking for mega-bars, mega-clubs or good restaurants in a downtown atmosphere, then Yad Harutzim is the place for you to visit. Bare in mind that traffic is pretty crowded there so you'd better come with Sherut (service) shared taxis, which has stops nearby on its way to the Central Bus Station. More about Tel Aviv bars and night life >>

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