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Tel Aviv port – Day Time
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Tel Aviv port – Day Time

Tel Aviv port – Day Time

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Though not active as a port anymore, the old port of Tel Aviv is a very lively part of the city, day or night. It is where the first immigrants’ ships landed, and though it was shut down in the 60’s as an active sea port, it was awaken again in the 80’s as a nightlife and water sports center.

The Tel Aviv port today is a great place to hang out, eat or take a walk along the old pier. The center of the Tel Aviv port is a small area packed with great restaurants and few bars and nightclubs. It is definitely worth a visit during the day in spring, summer or one of the many sunny winter days.

Some of the best seafood restaurants in Tel Aviv are located here, most of which are open during the day, and offer great view of the Mediterranean, relaxed atmosphere and business menus.

Mul-Yam (Tel: 03-5469920) is a superb seafood restaurant that was chosen in 2003 as one of the top 140 restaurants in the world. Prices there match their flavor, so it is pretty expensive, yet it’s recommended to visit Mul-Yam at least once, especially during the day when there’s an opportunity to enjoy the sea view.

Gilly’s (Tel: 03-6057777) is another great option, and is well known for its excellent breakfasts, served every day till 5PM. Another option for some great seafood in front of the water in the Tel Aviv port is Boya (Tel: 03-5446166). It is a great restaurant, though again, not for low budget visitors.

During the day the Tel Aviv port is a great place to visit and enjoy the beautiful view, the laid back atmosphere and the excellent seafood restaurants.

Hotels that are located very close to the Port are:
The Port Hotel Tel Aviv
The Grand Beach Hotel
The Tal Hotel

Yakimono Hilton: A Leading Japanese Culinary Institution in Tel Aviv

Yakimono Hilton: A Leading Japanese Culinary Institution in Tel Aviv

Located in the heart of Tel Aviv, Yakimono Hilton is a Japanese restaurant managed by a chain and is strictly kosher. Since its establishment in 1998, the restaurant has become a leading and respected culinary institution, known for producing Japanese food at the highest level while maintaining kosher rules. Yakimono Hilton offers an extensive menu of traditional Japanese cuisine, and the chefs take great care to use only the freshest ingredients available. The restaurant also provides kosher training under the supervision of the Tel Aviv Rabbinate, ensuring that guests can enjoy their meal with confidence. On Friday evenings and Saturdays, the restaurant serves a menu of cold dishes without electricity or gas, ensuring that guests can still enjoy a delicious meal even during the Sabbath. Reviews of Yakimono Hilton rave about the restaurant's food quality and exceptional service. Customers have praised the restaurant for its perfectly executed miso soup, sushi, and other traditional Japanese dishes. Many have also noted the lovely ambiance of the restaurant, which is staffed by professional and attentive waitresses. One reviewer even mentioned how impressed they were with the service provided by a waitress named Tais on Valentine's Day. Despite the rush and pressure of the evening, Tais provided exceptional service, making the customers feel as if they were the only ones in the restaurant. Overall, Yakimono Hilton is a must-visit for anyone looking for exceptional Japanese cuisine in Tel Aviv. With its focus on using fresh ingredients, strict kosher rules, and exceptional service, Yakimono Hilton is a culinary institution that lives up to its reputation. Yakimono Hilton Tel Aviv Serving hours of the business menu: Sunday - Thursday: 16:00 - 12:00 Shabbat mochas - an hour from Shabbat mochas until 9:30 p.m.

Hatachana - The Old Train Station Tel Aviv

Hatachana - The Old Train Station Tel Aviv

Hatachana Complex, is a renovated historical site on the border of Jaffa and Tel Aviv. Visitors can now enjoy a closed area for pedestrians only with shops, cafe's, restaurants, organic market art galleries and a family fun activities. Across the road to the west is the new beach promenade and also the excellent Manta Ray restaurant.

Habima theatre

Habima theatre

Habima is a theatre in Israel that is important because it is helping to revive Hebrew language and culture. The theatre is also committed to promoting issues of national importance, holding conversations with diverse communities, and fostering the next generation of theatre professionals. History In 1958, the Israeli government declared Habima to be Israel's national theatre. That same year, Habima was awarded the Israel Prize for its significant contribution to Israeli culture and society. Habima began as a professional Hebrew theatre in Moscow, before immigrating to the land of Israel and eventually constructing a theatre hall in Tel Aviv. Today, around 120 of the best actors in Israel make up Habima's remarkable company, which includes both young and veteran actors. The company is conducted by a team of creators who are at the top of their fields in Israel and around the world. Architect Ram Karmi was chosen to redesign Habima, a historic building. He is experienced in designing many different types of buildings and won the Israel Prize. His design for Habima combined old and new elements to create a traditional yet innovative design. Useful Information List of Parking Lots Hatarbut Parking – Huberman St 1 Givon Parking – HaArba’a St 10 (entrance from Arania Osvaldo St 32) Dizengoff Center Parking – Dizengoff St 50 Daniel Frisch Parking – Daniel Frisch St 3 Naot Aviv Parking – Dubnov St 7 Dubnov Parking – Dubnov St 4

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