In the heart of northern Tel Aviv, Basel Square is the Yuppie and hip place to sit down for a drink of coffee and croissant in the morning or afternoon. It is a large square with shops, cafés and small restaurants scattered around it. There isn’t any particular sightseeing attraction, but the ambience is very pleasant and it might give you a feel of the local vibe.
The Old North
The Old North is a residential area of Tel Aviv, Israel. It is bounded by Arlozorov Street in the south, the Yarkon River in the north, the Mediterranean Sea in the west andIbn Gabirol Street in the east.
HaYarkon Street is a major street which runs roughly parallel with the coastline in Tel Aviv, Israel, carrying traffic north and south. The street was named after the Yarkon River and ends in the Yarkon River. The street is the tourist center of Tel Aviv, along which many institutions and businesses that serve tourists to the city, including hotels, travel agencies, airline offices and many entertainment venues.
Rothschild Boulevard was one of the first streets to be built in the city of Tel Aviv little over 100 years ago. Named originally as Rehov HaAm (the street of the people), it was renamed to reflect the generosity of Baron Edmond James de Rothschild of the French Rothschild banking dynasty. Interestingly, the street was not designed to be a boulevard, however draining the dry stream (wadi) which ran along the middle posed too big a challenge, and it was decided that the street would be constructed on either side, forming the first of a number of boulevards which can be found in the city, and have come to characterize the city’s image and architecture.
Neve Tzedek may well be one of Tel Aviv’s oldest districts , but its still young at heart! Newe Tzedek or Neve Tsedek, as it is also known is another district of Tel Aviv which has become increasingly fashionable in recent years, as restoration works have taken place to restore it to its former glory. Built in 1887, Neve Tzedek was the first Jewish neighborhood outside of the old port city of Jaffa, built as a suburb. Its Oriental architectural style, combined with quaint, narrow streets with boutiques, make Neve Tzedek, which means Oasis of Justice, quite literally an oasis in the modern city.
city center, you can find there everything, shopping, Restaurants, coffee shops and even culture, You will find there Beit Lessin Theatre and more. Dizengoff Street is like Oxford in London and the Shan Ze Li Ze in Pariz.
Florentin is a neighborhood in southern Tel Aviv. You will find there markets including the Levinsky Market in the eastern part of the neighborhood. Florentine nightlife are grown in popularity so if you want to go for a beer, this is the place.
Old Jaffa is a beautiful area that includes homes and alleys of Old Jaffa, you will find there remains of a wall Ottoman era, churches and mosques and also Clock Square – the center of city life, the square gets its name because of the clock tower at its center.