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Things to do in Tel Aviv:  Strolling through Neve Tzedek

Neve Tzedek Tel Aviv with EL AL. Photo: Dr. Avishai Teicher. Taken from PikiWiki

Neve Tzedek – Tel Aviv walking tour

Neve Tzedek was established in 1887. A walking tour there is indispensable for romantic people, history fans, and amateurs of short, meandering bystreets. Because of its architectural novelty the neighborhood was even called Little Paris.
Splendidly restored, Neve Tzedek’s buildings and streets retained romantic spirit of the early Jewish urban settlement. And Suzanne Dellal Centre, an extremely popular theatrical and dancing facility, is their finest.

What to do in Tel Aviv: Recommended places to visit

“White City” Route makes you feel deeply multiplicity, diversity, and rare resplendence of the splendiferous Israeli city.

Tel Aviv Markets
Tel Aviv attracts its residents and guests with markets and bazaars no one can pass by.

Tel Aviv Seashore
At the seashore, you can revel in amazing peace and quiet or stroll through the long promenade with its never-ending restaurants and cafes all along.

Tel Aviv Port draws to its spacious wooden promenade thousands of people, who would like to enjoy delicacies, shopping, and entertainments in the atmosphere of romantic sunsets, salty sea breeze, and white sails on the horizon.

Millenniums of history meet in Jaffa, the birthplace of Tel Aviv and one of the oldest towns on Earth. Today Jaffa is the center of tourism, connoisseurship, and recreation in exotic Levantine spirit.