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Ben-Gurion St. Tel Aviv

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Ben-Gurion St. is one of Tel Aviv’s nicest places to have a walk and a cup of coffee in the middle of the Street. There are a couple of places along the boulevard worth visiting.

Ben-Gurion’s house (17 Ben-Gurion St.) is the former residence of Israel’s first Prime Minister. It is a very modest house converted into museum, and has an impressive library that contains thousands of books. The design of the house is interesting, and reflects the simple lifestyle of its former residents which were the common values at the early years of the state of Israel.

Alongside Ben-Gurion St., you will see many small outdoor cafes, with people sitting and chatting. All of them serve quality coffee and sandwiches. If you are looking for a nice restaurant in the area, Goocha (171 Dizengoff St.) is probably the place you were looking for. It is situated at the cross point of Ben-Gurion St. and Dizengoff St. and serves nice seafood dishes. The restaurant is well known for its pleasant atmosphere and reasonable prices.

Kikar Atarim, a small plaza with nice seafront view, is a popular hangout place for tourists during the summer months, and is situated at the west end of Ben-Gurion St. In the middle of the plaza there is a successful Mega-Bar named “La Kikar”, which is jammed every evening with fine looking crowd. The Marina hotel, overlooking the plaza and the Mediterranean, is located in the northern side of Kikar Atarim, and offers renovated rooms and underground parking lot for its guests, which is a rare feature in Tel Aviv.

For couples traveling with small children, there is the Dyada center at 17 Ben-Gurion St.. It offers a wide selection of children pass-times throughout the day and many types of amusements for kids. In Dyada the young ones can have some fun while you are sitting in the garden and having a peaceful light meal in the restaurant located inside the complex.

Tel Aviv Markets

Tel Aviv Markets

Tel Aviv has a number of markets, offering a unique way to spend time, and the best way to find "real bargains". Bezalel Market Bezalel Market in Tel Aviv is near the corner of King George and Allenby streets. Worth a visit especially because the abundance of picturesque falafel stalls. Carmel Market in Tel Aviv The Carmel Market, known in Israel as "Shuk Ha'Carmel", located close to the new rennovated Hatachana Complex, is the city's biggest marketplace, and a fascinating, enjoyable place to visit. It is basically one crowded narrow alley with long line of colorful stalls standing on either side, and where vendors proudly (and loudly) presenting their goods. Here you can find almost anything imaginable for the lowest prices in the city, from different kinds of bread and pastry to delicious olives, dried fruits and exotic spices. Carmel Market It is also the best place to buy the freshest produce, whether it is fruits and vegetables, fish and poultry, cheeses or flowers. The first part of the market, coming from Allenby St, is mostly clothing and footwear stands, where lovely bargains can be found. The easiest way to enter the market is from where Allenby St meets King George and Sheinkin Streets. However, it is also possible to get to the market from its other end near the Carmelit Bus Terminal. Take bus No 4, 1, 2, or any bus passing through Allenby St, and No 8, 24, 25, or any other going to the Carmelit Terminal. Flea Market Flea Market Tel AvivIn Jaffa, where one can find anything from second-hand clothes and shoes to antiques and household utensils, antique and modern furniture.

Tel Aviv City - A Worldwide Metropolis

Tel Aviv City - A Worldwide Metropolis

Tel Aviv is a worldwide business center, less than century years old, Tel Aviv today is a busy metropolis and a worldwide business center. It is a home for Israel's largest companies and for numerous branches of the world's leading enterprises. Traveling around the industrial zones in Tel-Aviv and its surroundings reveals modern buildings of renowned firms, such as Microsoft, Cisco, Google, IBM, Check Point, Better Place and many more. Being the third biggest country in the world in high-tech industry and start-up development especially internet companies , Israel, and Tel-Aviv in particular, is a world leader in various fields and, and a place of interest for many investors from around the globe. The city's landscape is dotted with well-designed skyscrapers, holding Internet and software companies, a diamond cutting center and the country's stock exchange.

How tel aviv became a global startup hub for tech companies from all over the world

How tel aviv became a global startup hub for tech companies from all over the world

Tech companies from around the world flock to Tel Aviv as a global startup hub. In the last two decades, Tel Aviv has become a global center of innovation and development for many global companies. In the city and surrounding areas, Google, Facebook, Amazon, Apple and others are present. Tel Aviv has become a global hub for tech startups for a few key reasons. First, the city has a strong culture of innovation and entrepreneurship. This culture has led to the development of a robust ecosystem of support for startups, including access to funding, mentorship, and a talented workforce. In addition, Tel Aviv's location in the Middle East makes it a strategic location for companies looking to expand into the region, and the city's high quality of life has made it a attractive destination for both local and international talent.

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