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All reviews beautiful beach tel aviv beach long promenade great walk mediterranean sea walk along the beach bike ride jaffa port sunny day old port cafes and restaurants joggers shore stroll yam waves benches
It is clean and safe. Most of the best hotels in town are right there too so you can’t miss the beach front. It is an ideal place if you like walking and enjoying the sea. Great place to take pics too.
A truly vibrant and lively seaside promenade at any time of the day.This promenade is truly exceptional at sunset,especially on a fine day,when many people congregate to watch this natural spectacle .
Tayelet must be one of the longest and most spacious seaside promenades anywhere...More
Talk to some of the old-timers from the 60's and 70's, when Hayarkon St was the center of commercial sex and seediness in the new Tel Aviv, a one-lane windy paved path between shanty houses (especially in the southern part) and to ones from the...More
The Mediterranean Sea is truly beautiful and the best way to experience it in Tel Aviv is to walk along the Tayelet boardwalk. If you happen to get a chance to do so on a Friday or Saturday you’ll see many local folks enjoying the...More
You can ask by name of the beach section. Don't ask for Hilton (there's no promenade there), but you can pick one of the other beaches, which go (North to South): Gordon beach, Frishman beach, Bograshov beach, and Jerusalem... More
You can ask by name of the beach section. Don't ask for Hilton (there's no promenade there), but you can pick one of the other beaches, which go (North to South): Gordon beach, Frishman beach, Bograshov beach, and Jerusalem (no kidding!) beach. I would go for Jerusalem beach and then walk either north or south from there
Hello! I am arriving this Sunday afternoon and leaving Tuesday morning. My plan is to walk along Tayelet and Neve Tzedek the first day/evening and take a Dan Tour bus the next day. I have following questions: 1) I am staying in Kerem Ha Teimanim. What is a cheap way to get there from Ben Gurion? A train to Ha Shalom and Taxi from there? 2) What part of Tayelet is particularly nice? 3) Which areas of the White City are the most beautiful (Wikipedia says there are several distinct parts)? ...More
September 19, 2012|
The tayelet is just a walk along the beach and has nothing if particular interest along the way except the beach and hotels. Neve Tzedek is a quaint neighborhood with historic buildings and is near the core of Tel Aviv such as Rothschild Blvd where some of the Bauhaus buildings are located. You can visit Shalom Tower and see models of Tel Aviv then and now. Go visit Old Jaffa with its visitors center, art galleries and historical signifcance. Yes the train and and a taxi ride are the best...More
Rancho Mirage, California
Help to plan itiniary for 8 hours in Tel-Aviv (4 Replies)
We will be taking the train from Haifa to Tel-Aviv during our ship's visit to this port. Please advise how to fit the following sites during this visit: 1. Independent Hall Museum 2. Nachlat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall 3. Tayelet 4. White City or where to see the unique architecture of the city A recommendation for lunch at any of these stops. Thanks very much.
May 18, 2010|
Taking the train to Tel Aviv is an excellent idea. Get off the train at Savidor station and take a taxi to Nachlat Benyamin Pedistrian Mall. There is a fair there on Tuesdays and Fridays from 10a.m. to 6 p.m. and till 7 pm. in August. From here you can take a walking tour of the neighborhood, many interesting homes on the mall and then on Rothschild to see the Bauhaus buildings and of course Independence Hall (no reservation necessary if you are not in a group). Don't miss the Hagana museum...More
Haifa Tayelet/Beach/ Restaurants? (2 Replies)
How far, by foot, is the beach/tayelet/restaurants from the German Colony? Also, is it in the direction of the train station to Tel Aviv? Thank you.
April 24, 2016|
From German Colony to Merkaz Hashmona train station is a short walk. Down Ben Gurion st to the very end. Turn right on HaAzmaut blv. and about 300 meters to the left is the train station. It is not practicale to walk to the beach promenade and restaurants as it is 1.5 hours (7.5KM) . Suggest to take a taxi