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Yet another great beach in Tel Aviv. Clean and great for long walks and swimming. Lots of activities ,open air gyms and restaurants. I enjoyed the Saterday morning dancing on the sidealk adjacent to the beach a lot!
Visited Frishman Beach which is directly across the street from our hotel, Prima. Beach was so clean and wonderful to walk on. Too windy and cold to swim but wonderful to walk. Lots of people but not crowded. Tons of surfers.
We spent 3 afternoons, after a day of touring Tel Aviv at this beach. loved this beach! You can rent lounge chairs, tables and umbrellas for approx 17 NIS. The beach is clean and the water is warm. Bring your own beach towel or use...More
Very well located beach and not too crowded either. No litter, clean sand and friendly athmosfire. Many activities to enjoy: volley ball, all kinds of machine for exercising. Activ also by evening and night time.
It's a beach which offers you everything. We went before sun-set. There were a few still in the waters, There were others playing beach volley-ball. People were cycling along the promenade. You can take a long walk with the breeze on you. People watching is...More
We're (2 adults, 50+) are considering visiting Tel Aviv for a week during late September. As yet, we've not considered a hotel, although looking at something within the 4 / 5* category Is Frishman Beach OK for a week's holiday?.
February 25, 2018|
The each is fine. Are you planning on spending the whole week siting on the beach. I hope you realize that the last week of September is the holiday of Succot. ( Tabernacles) Hotels will be more expensive than usual and may have minimum stays. Public transport will not run on from Sundown Friday to Saturday (normal Sabbath) and again from Sundown Sunday, Sept. 23-Sept 24, the following Sabbath Sept 28-29 and then again Sunday night Sept 30- after sundown Sept 1. Beaches and attractions...More
Need advice/tips about trip to Israel on Sept 2 (23 Replies)
Hello all, myself and a friend are flying in to Ben Gurion airport on Friday Sept 2nd at 4:30 am (on Canadian passports). Once we land (no checked baggage just carry ons) we will proceed to get our car rental. We are getting a GPS unit so hopefully we won't get lost. We will then drive to Old City Jerusalem (hoping to be there by 6 to 6:30 am) (we are told to park outside the Jaffa gate, is parking free outside the gates?) to see the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the Via Dolorosa. We...More
July 12, 2011|
Wow - a real quickie visit. You cannot drive into the Old City of Jerusalem with your rental, nor is there any real parking outside the walls that you will be able to find easily on a Friday morning. There will be some street parking but after 8 am it becomes metered parking. You can park at the Mamila or Karta parking lots which are on Kariv St. under the Mamila Mall, just outside the Jaffa Gate - probably the easiest to find and the best bet for you. I suggest that from there you...More
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Tel-O-Fun - Any advice? (3 Replies)
My wife and I will visit in May. We have a few days in Tel Aviv before our tour begins. I used the bike sharing program in Washington DC two years ago. It saved a lot of walking but there were issues including unavailable bikes at some locations, no space to dock returning bikes and problems with docking. Will we have similar problems when we rent in Tel Aviv? We are planning to use the bikes at least once and as many as three days. The first night (Thursday) we may walk from our hotel near...More
March 10, 2018|
Tel-o-Fun is, reliable but just like anywhere, if there is demand there may not be any bikes exactly when you need them or a place to dock them when you want to. This being said Friday is the weekend so very few people will be using the bikes early in the day. Regarding all your stops, there are not docking stations at each of the places you want to visit although there may be closed by, keep this in mind. Carmel Market will be virtually impossible to go through with a bicycle. If there are...More