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A new Isrotel hotel in the Basel St Tel Aviv
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A new Isrotel hotel in the Basel St Tel Aviv

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A new Isrotel hotel in the Basel St Tel Aviv will open in 2024 with 132 rooms.

A hotel that is a huge complex that includes not only guest rooms, but also a shopping center, entertainment and restaurants, 1200 square meters of an innovative spa that offers dozens of body, health and beauty treatments, a swimming pool and more. Located in the heart of one of the most beautiful and sought-after neighborhoods in Tel Aviv, walking distance from Yarkon Park, the sea and the main streets of the city.

Tel Aviv new Red light rail line is about to open!

Tel Aviv new Red light rail line is about to open!

The red line of the light rail system in Israel is a popular transportation option for tourists visiting the Tel Aviv metropolitan area. This line connects five municipalities, including Petah Tikva, Bnei Brak, Ramat Gan, Tel Aviv-Yafo and Bat Yam, and it is built to serves approximately 70 million passengers each year. The red line covers a total distance of 24 km and has 34 stations, 10 of which are located underground. The red line offers quick and convenient access to many of the busiest and most popular tourist areas in the region, including Neve Tzedek, the Azrieli Center, and Yerushalayim Boulevard in Jaffa. With its exclusive right of way in the underground tunnel, the red line provides fast and reliable service to its passengers, making it an ideal option for tourists who want to easily explore this vibrant and exciting city.

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

Tel Aviv port - Night Time, busiest nightlife center of the city

Tel Aviv port - Night Time, busiest nightlife center of the city

The Tel Aviv port was shut down in the 60's as an active sea port, and was awaken in the 80's as a nightlife and water sports center. Nowadays it is the busiest nightlife area of the city. Some of its bars and clubs are certainly worth a visit even just to get a glance of the crowded mingling scene of Tel Aviv's nightlife. The biggest club in the Tel Aviv port area is TLV. It used to be one of the city's nightlife scene leaders for years, but has no fixed schedule anymore. TLV still holds parties every once in a while, playing mostly house and trance music, so if you consider yourself a clubber, you might want to check if there's a party there during your stay. The club itself is equipped with a state of the art sound and lighting systems, and has a sea front section with cool vibes. Whisky-a-go go, one of the hottest bars in Tel Aviv, is just nearby. This is where Israel's famous actors, models, athletes and celebrities come to eat, drink and mingle. Whisky-a-go go is a mixture of a lounge, a dance bar and a dining place. After midnight, the atmosphere there changes, while trendy DJs lift up the energy level. Another trendy place is Shalvata (which means peace or tranquility), named after a famous mental institution in Israel. Shalvata Offers a relaxed atmosphere, good music and superior view of the Mediterranean, accompanied by friendly service, though it tends to get very crowded on summer weekends and holidays. Galina is another Mega-bar at the Tel Aviv port which is friendly, well designed and usually quite packed. It is built around a round bar that occupies most of the space, a design that makes it a good place to meet people and mingle. There are many other bars in the Tel Aviv port and there's always enough parking. You can also take a bus all the way to the north end of Dizengoff and just follow the crowd, on their way for another night of drinking and dancing till dawn.

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