Tayelet

Tayelet, Tel Aviv: Address, Tayelet Reviews: 4.5/5

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This is the paved beachside walkway which provides a 2km path between Tel Aviv and Jaffa.
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Kim G
Pacific Grove, CA3,134 contributions
Dec 2019
While touring Tel Aviv with my adult son, we found ourselves walking the Tayelet (Promenade) on numerous occasions throughout our three day stay. Wide, wonderfully maintained and active, the Promenade has designated areas for walking/running and bike riding. Spanning from Jaffa north to the Tel Aviv Port, this attractive walk along the clean Mediterranean beaches of Tel Aviv is a convenient and attractive walkway while touring the sites of Tel Aviv. We stayed one block back from the Promenade at the Embassy Hotel, and easily accessed the Promenade to visit the Old Train Station in the Neve Tzedek neighborhood, all the way to the terminus at Tel Aviv Port. Along the way, we stopped for coffee and later on, refreshments at a cafe on the beach. Keep your eyes open for creative and fun art along your journey.
Written November 28, 2020
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Pierre Mansour
19 contributions
Jun 2020
Today I am in Tel Aviv in the HaYarkon Park, pedaling along the beach promenade, a little wandering near the ancient Jaffa port, this is the real city, or yes, or not. Street wisdom, there's time to think, street life, Tel Aviv is easy to love.

I have nothing to worry about, well, I'm not missing anything, because I live on the streets of Tel Aviv.

And if my age is what I'm missing, I find it in the parks and streets of Tel Aviv, this city has a rhythm that has already infiltrated my blood, it drives away all sadness, and I'm here with everyone. Everything here is good, even better! Feels like a guest of honor, in all its intersection in this city, and if a little doesn't work out for me, it will always find my help on the street. Listening carefully to the environment, I learned that to survive you must think, and if I know how to use my head, I'll be good here on the street too



Listening closely to the environment, I learned that in order to survive one has to think, and if I know how to use one's head, I will be good here on the street too, when there is a little sense, then everything here is cheap and free, here I learned that one can survive, it is an art that one has to learn.
On the street he will find gold, and beep over the world. Indeed, here in Tel Aviv, every alleyway has one treasure waiting just to reach out. At my age I continue to be diligent as there is not much choice as my habits continue to persist with the pedal.
Written June 25, 2020
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Aug 2021 • Friends
Yes- even though it is not wood planks (except for the Old Tel Aviv Port at the north end of this trail), it is the walkway adjacent to the Mediterranean Sea shoreline.

As such, it is usually and almost always very very busy with those strolling, walking, jogging, running, exercising, biking (dangerous motorized ones) and playing games etc. Only the few people watchers sit on the side.

It’s a good place to watch the active life.

It’s a good place to watch the sunset, as I documented in my ten “helpful” photos here.
Written August 29, 2021
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RCM
Herzliya, Israel46 contributions
Feb 2020
Over the past twenty years this former backwater has been developed into a superb seaside promenade. The public-sector improvements and upgrades are ongoing, especially at the as yet incomplete southern end nearest to Jaffa. Private sector redevelopment of the buildings facing the sea are also picking up pace.
Written February 29, 2020
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Pantelis Nikiforidis
Greece21 contributions
Jan 2020 • Couples
Tel Aviv's most loved place. Beautiful view to the Mediterranean sea, really good organized and clean. It really is a place to calm down and boost your energy. Prefer to walk or cycle along the entire beach from the city center to old Jaffa!
Written January 16, 2020
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malkan2018
Tel Aviv, Israel21 contributions
Dec 2019
This is Tel Aviv's "Cornice" or "Ipenema" look-like. Is runs all along the Mediterranean shore within the city. Ideal for biking or just walking. Not enough shade, lots of resting points with banches.
Written January 7, 2020
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Ray K
Moscow, Russia19 contributions
Jan 2020 • Family
Famous Tayelet getting better and better as time goes by. Run, walk, jog, bike-amazing. Breathe the sea air, even when it's rainy, see shiny happy people, enjoy life.
Written January 14, 2020
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TheShis
Tel Aviv, Israel34,625 contributions
Nov 2021
This is a fantastic place for a jog or a slow stroll.
The beautiful beach, the promenade, the towering buildings and the crowds - all make this a great Tel Aviv experience.
Written November 28, 2021
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anmejoshme
Ottawa, Canada6,604 contributions
The tayelet is the promenade walk along the beach front in Tel Aviv. It doesn't look very long but during the summer the heat can be stifling so you need to bring water to drink along the way. You will walk past several different beaches, each a little different. The beaches have lifeguards (the undertow here is very dangerous) and indicate where and when it is safe to swim, most have beach chairs and umbrellas for rent, showers, bathrooms and snack locations or restaurants. The promenade stretches most of the way down the main strip of Tel Aviv so you can start at the marina in the north and end at Jaffa. If doing this walk in the summer, be prepared for the extreme heat and take your time, the heat reflecting off the cement walkway adds to the heat of the air. I highly recommend walking this promenade at sunset. The colours of the sunsets are stunning and the air is much cooler. Restaurants put out tables and seating right on the beach. One note: In late June and early July the water warms up and the medusa jellyfish come in right to the shoreline. Several wash up on the beach. Stings from the jellyfish are very nasty and children, especially, could get a nasty injury. This lasts for 2-3 weeks.
Written April 18, 2009
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NBLondon
London, UK481 contributions
Aug 2018 • Friends
Israel does public spaces really well and this promenade (tayelet) is a great example. It's separated from the nearby traffic for most of its length and it runs from north of the Old Port down to Jaffa (Yafo) in the south of the city, something like five miles or more. Along the way there are beautiful beaches, cool bars and restaurants, the staple 'cafes in the sand' for a cooling drink or cocktail and it allows you to see frenetic Tel Aviv at your own pace. Best done early evening when it's cooler and felt safe even at 11pm and later.
Written August 30, 2018
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