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“Neve Tzedek is bordered with Shabazi, Florentin, Jaffa, Shapira, and “Lev Hair”, located on the southwestern of Tel Aviv, the city’s oldest neighborhood and most picturesque, with an atmosphere of artist’s colony or a little village. many years ago it was a slum, until the artists and the rich people discovered it. The winding streets are lined with elegantly renovated homes, fashionable cafes, bakery, bars and chic boutiques, from clothes to jewellery to unique crafts. You can enjoy a good cappuccino at one of the outdoor cafes, shopping for style or take a walk to Neve Tzedek residents and beaches. Neve Tzedek has it charm and authenticity, feels comfortable, relaxed and unpretentious. Recommended places: food: Cafe Nina – great coffee with European decor – 29 Shabazi st. Suzana – Tel Aviv’s food institution – 9 Shabazi st. Bellini – italian cuisine – 6 Yechieli st. NG – for carnivores – 6 Ahad ha’am st. Dallal – chef restaurant / bakery – 10 Shabazi st. Anita – best gelato in Tel Aviv – 23 Shabazi st. Nightlife: Breakfast club – hottest nightspot with best DJ’s –  6 Rothschild st. Zazo wine bar – 47 Shabazi st. Vicky Cristina – Tapas bar – Hatachana compound Shopping: Hatachana compound (the station) – reconstruction of the first train station in Tel Aviv to a cultural, entertainment and leisure, with chic shops, markets and restaurants. Agas and Tamar jewellery – 43 Shabazi st. Hafatzim – home decor – 27 Shlush st. Culture: Suzanne Dellal center – home of the Batsheva modern dance troupe and the performances of acclaimed contemporary dancers – 5 Yechieli st. ”
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“Old Jaffa Port (also known as Namal Yafo) was the ancient port of the city of Jaffa, out of which modern day Tel Aviv has grown. The Old Jaffa Port is reputed to be one of the oldest ports in the world, notably being the port from which Jonah set off in the famous Biblical story of Jonah and the Whale. Its long and fascinating history as strategic port in the Eastern Mediterranean continued until only recently when new ports were built south of Tel Aviv in Ashdod and north in Haifa, to cater for modern-day shipping methods. Today the port is used largely by local fishermen who continue the centuries old tradition of the area.”
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“Welcome to the Yemenite vineyard (Kerem Hateimanim). this tiny neighborhood located beyond the Carmel market, originally founded in the 1930’s by immigrants from Yemen (therefore her name). since then it became discovered by bohemian Tel Avivians looking for inexpensive houses. even though many of the buildings are nicely renovated and influence by the artsy crowd, the neighborhood is still populated by old timers and hasn’t lost its authenticity. it is full of charming and quaint, like a village. If you are looking for spicy Yemenite food in a homey atmosphere, there are plenty of restaurants to try, Carmel market for fresh ingredients, clothes, flowers and many more, street art, bike rides in the small streets and enjoy the peace and quiet. Recommended places food Hamitbahon – jewish home food – 18 Rabi Akiva st. Maganda – Yemen traditional cuisine – 26 Rabi Meir st. Aziza – Surean traditional cuisine – 4 malan st. Yom Tov coffee shop – 30 Yom tov st. Shlomo & Doron – the best hummus – 29 Yishun st. Shimon restaurant – for best traditional soups – 28 icha kapach st. Nightlife Norman bar –  8 Hilel Hazaken St. Haminzar bar – 19 gadera st. Shopping Mike bike – 11 Rabi Akiva st. Salon Berlin – secondhand designers clothes & bar – 15 Israel Nagara st. Shlomit ofir – designer clothes and jewelry – 10 Hilel Hazaken st. The chinese grocery – 48 Hakovshim st. Culture Arts and craft market – every Tuesday and friday on Nahalat Binyamin st. ”
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“Florentin is the most wanted neigborhood to visit these days, calld the 'soho' by many thanks to its mixed population, youthful and yuppie vibe. U can find here great food, bars, parties, and lots of graffiti that will make your visit more then interesting. ”
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“Ajami is a very special neighborhood, like a diamond that yet to be discovered. Small allies with old Arabic style houses, amazing sea view and above all good people and great food”
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“close to everthing!! 2-10 min walk from nearly all places in town! Tel aviv museum is 2 min ,end of manne st.the beach is 10 min. easy walk,down Frishmann st..many coffeshops and restaurants aroun”
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“The "old north" area located between Eben Gevirol BLVD to the beach, below the Yarkon river on the north side of the city. The population is mainly of famalies. and there are a lot of resturants, bars and shops on it main roads - such as Dizingoff st & Ben Yehuda Av. The area is extremely safe to travel and very culm and quiet in the inner-smaller streets... The Public transportation is easy to get to the majority of the city.. needles to say that the beaches are very close. ”
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“Old school Tel Aviv mixed with new. Start-up scene, hip design studios, friendly long time residents, young people, home made food and non chain eating establishments. Located on what was a German Templar farm on the banks of the River Ayalon. Super easy transport, quiet, safe charming and authentic.”
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