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This neighbourhood is not touted in any of the Tel Aviv tourist brochures, the way its next door neighbour, Neve Tzedek, is. Few of the 50 to 70-year-old buildings have been renovated, though here, in terms of density, is Tel Aviv's largest...more
One day in Florentine is good to meet the zone. Around 20 minutes walking to Tel Aviv downtown. The streets have a multicultural views. The graffitis in the walls make art when you walking, there are to many little galleries for spend all day, pictures,...More
We arrived on foot from Neve Tzedek, after getting lost a few times. Everyone was very helpful in directing us, as well as to bus stops back to the city center. It is a funky neighborhood bordering on a bit seedy, but we did not...More
This neighborhood contains a marketplace where you can find all the different spices, you can fill easily you whole suitcase with specific middle eastern spices, but also dried fruit and all kinds of other things to cook with. Recommended!
I have been to Israel many times, but this time I found an ad for a clothing boutique in Florentine. I had never even heard of Florentine, but it is SO good! There is a handmade shoe store called Walk. A jewelry store, and clothing....More
The Street Art tour with guide Amit Raz was a terrific experience. He is so knowledgeable about the various street artists because he has personally interviewed them for their artistic perspective and philosophy. What are they trying to communicate and why? You will find out...More
Lots of graffiti and artsy types ,as well as regular workers and students. Sort of run down ,but many hidden gems to be found. Wonderful Bauhaus buildings that certainly need some TLC. Well worth a visit if you have spare time on hand.