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Tel Aviv Marina and Sea Center

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Tel Aviv Marina and Sea Center

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dustythoughts wrote a review Jul 2020
Manchester, Connecticut1177 contributions654 helpful votes
This beautiful marina is a fantastic way to spend an afternoon (or a whole day, if you're so inclined). Walk along the marina, enjoy the spectacular view of the Mediterranean Sea, watch a sunset, go for a swim in the warm water of a bordering beach, or simply people-watch while you enjoy a fresh drink at one of the many bars along the marina. This is also a popular place for people to go for a run or bike-ride. Everything is very clean, which is nice - not all marinas are well-maintained. Keep in mind that with the temperatures soaring in warmer months, it gets incredibly busy and there are crowds of people here, so plan your visit accordingly. We like coming here later in the afternoon, once the crowds have started to disperse a little bit. Also, some of the restaurants are pricey, although that seems to be the norm for most marinas as restaurants capitalize on prime real estate.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Pierre Mansour wrote a review May 2020
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Along the coastal promenade, beaches are packed despite virus regulations as Israelis swell under hot flashes With the mercury closing at 40 ° C, thousands are cooling off at sea despite the official closure; Surprised crowds in the parks, squares instead of bars with little police intervention, thousands of people visited the state's beaches since Friday as the state swelled in hot flashes, despite restrictions continuing within the Corona virus epidemic. Thousands of people have visited the state's beaches since the beginning of the heatwave as the country swelled in hot flashes, despite restrictions continuing within the radiation virus epidemic. The crowds hit the beaches for the second straight day, following the mess on Friday. Israel is gradually easing restrictions on outdoor activities, but beaches should be officially open in a few days. Some beaches had lifeguards, although the sea is only supposed to open for bathers on Wednesday after a nearly two-month period because of the Corona virus. On my way along the boardwalk, I witnessed some police involvement in the situation, but in my opinion they made things worse, as well as Tel Aviv seaside municipal inspectors, they did not enforce the regulations, and the uncertainty added to the irrational regulations. "It's weird" - you can sit on the boardwalk but not on the sand, it's delusional. There were inspectors and they told the crowd that they couldn't sit on the sand and that made us cuddle and crowd the boardwalk, they just asked us to wear masks.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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886Annie wrote a review Jan 2020
Bowling Green, Kentucky156 contributions33 helpful votes
Beautiful place to spend an afternoon. It is very well maintained and I noticed that it seemed to be a busy spot on the afternoon of the Jewish Sabbath.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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airport2015 wrote a review Mar 2019
Tel Aviv District, Israel973 contributions270 helpful votes
On Hyarkon Street, going down from the Hilton hotel to the South,you reach Hyarkon 181, A special architecture residence called by the locals the Crazy House. Built 1989 by the French architect Leon Guneyva, a combination of Oriental and Art Nuovo. Just on the West near the ground floor of the Carlton hotel, you enter the modern marina very well organized like walking on the wood deck in a yacht exhibition. Plenty of good restaurants ,nice views Areal romantic walk especially late afternoon
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Date of experience: March 2019
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545medva wrote a review Feb 2019
Budapest, Hungary3975 contributions909 helpful votes
If you walk on the shore of the sea, on the northern part of the promenade you will find the marina. Nothing special, like any other marina, where ships are anchored.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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