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Guidebook for Tel Aviv-Yafo

Adam

Guidebook for Tel Aviv-Yafo

Sightseeing
Rothschild Boulevard is one of the most important and iconic streets in Tel Aviv. Located in the heart of the White City of Tel Aviv, Rothschild Boulevard is a commercial center, with major financial institutions lining the street, a cultural center, with the main theater and concert hall of Tel Aviv, a culinary center, with tens of top restaurants, and a leisure center, with the center of the boulevard popular with dog walkers, bikers, and some of Tel Aviv’s wealthiest and most beautiful who stop off at the amazing coffee kiosks found in the center of the street.
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Rothschild Boulevard is one of the most important and iconic streets in Tel Aviv. Located in the heart of the White City of Tel Aviv, Rothschild Boulevard is a commercial center, with major financial institutions lining the street, a cultural center, with the main theater and concert hall of Tel Aviv, a culinary center, with tens of top restaurants, and a leisure center, with the center of the boulevard popular with dog walkers, bikers, and some of Tel Aviv’s wealthiest and most beautiful who stop off at the amazing coffee kiosks found in the center of the street.
Nachalat Binyamin Market in the heart of Tel Aviv opens twice every week and is one of the best places in the city to find original, handmade items. Located in one of the oldest neighborhoods in Tel Aviv, Nachalat Binyamin Market features a massive range of different arts and craft products presented by over 200 artists who set up every Tuesday and Friday to offer their sometimes fascinating creations to the public.
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Nahalat Binyamin Street
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Nachalat Binyamin Market in the heart of Tel Aviv opens twice every week and is one of the best places in the city to find original, handmade items. Located in one of the oldest neighborhoods in Tel Aviv, Nachalat Binyamin Market features a massive range of different arts and craft products presented by over 200 artists who set up every Tuesday and Friday to offer their sometimes fascinating creations to the public.
Shenkin Street is one of the most famous, happening streets in Tel Aviv. Considered to be a local attraction for over 20 years, the renovations through 2012 that have converted the street into a pedestrian paradise, have rejuvenated a street that really does epitomize the Tel Aviv spirit. And with it’s proximity to some of Tel Aviv’s other must-sees, such as Carmel Market and Nachalat Binyamin, you really should squeeze in a visit to this part of town.
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Sheinkin Street
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Shenkin Street is one of the most famous, happening streets in Tel Aviv. Considered to be a local attraction for over 20 years, the renovations through 2012 that have converted the street into a pedestrian paradise, have rejuvenated a street that really does epitomize the Tel Aviv spirit. And with it’s proximity to some of Tel Aviv’s other must-sees, such as Carmel Market and Nachalat Binyamin, you really should squeeze in a visit to this part of town.
Shopping
The Carmel Market, or Shuk HaCarmel, is the most famous of all Tel Aviv’s marketplaces. In recent years, it’s even joined the ranks of Tel Aviv’s trendy spots for bars, restaurants, coffee shops etc..
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HaCarmel Market
11 Street HaCarmel St
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The Carmel Market, or Shuk HaCarmel, is the most famous of all Tel Aviv’s marketplaces. In recent years, it’s even joined the ranks of Tel Aviv’s trendy spots for bars, restaurants, coffee shops etc..
Dizengoff Center is a special mall, designed to make you feel as if you are on the streets of tlv and not in a closed indoor mall
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Дизенгофф
50 Dizengoff St
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Dizengoff Center is a special mall, designed to make you feel as if you are on the streets of tlv and not in a closed indoor mall
Drinks & Nightlife
Don't miss this excellent and cool place. Fantastic atmosphere, great music and vibe and the food is good too. The design is very unique and there some art exhibitions sometimes.
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KULI ALMA
10 Mikveh Israel St
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Don't miss this excellent and cool place. Fantastic atmosphere, great music and vibe and the food is good too. The design is very unique and there some art exhibitions sometimes.
Located in the Berdichevsky hotel in the centre of Tel Aviv, you’ll find the Bellboy bar. This small sized cocktail bar has an atmosphere which makes you feel like you got into a time machine and flew all the way back to the 1920’s. With characteristic background music, hand-picked furniture pieces, and, of course, an outstanding list of cocktails, this bar definitely has all the pieces together to further develop its status of local hotspot.
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Беллбой
14 Berdyczewski St
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Located in the Berdichevsky hotel in the centre of Tel Aviv, you’ll find the Bellboy bar. This small sized cocktail bar has an atmosphere which makes you feel like you got into a time machine and flew all the way back to the 1920’s. With characteristic background music, hand-picked furniture pieces, and, of course, an outstanding list of cocktails, this bar definitely has all the pieces together to further develop its status of local hotspot.
One of Tel Aviv’s newest and coolest bar restaurants, Drama is a hidden gem in the heart of Tel Aviv on Nahalat Binyamin near the corner of Rothschild Boulevard. Spread across 3 floors, there’s a chilled indoor bar when you come in, head up a few stairs to their beautiful outdoor patio, and on the top floor is a dance floor! The outdoor patio is going to be one of the stars of the Tel Aviv summer – it’s like an oasis in the middle of the city. The food is delicious, the atmosphere chilled, and the drinks are refreshing
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Drama Bar
52 Nahalat Binyamin St
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One of Tel Aviv’s newest and coolest bar restaurants, Drama is a hidden gem in the heart of Tel Aviv on Nahalat Binyamin near the corner of Rothschild Boulevard. Spread across 3 floors, there’s a chilled indoor bar when you come in, head up a few stairs to their beautiful outdoor patio, and on the top floor is a dance floor! The outdoor patio is going to be one of the stars of the Tel Aviv summer – it’s like an oasis in the middle of the city. The food is delicious, the atmosphere chilled, and the drinks are refreshing
Food Scene
If you like eggs, this is the right place for you. all kind of eggs and omlets you can find here with a nice vriety of fresh breads ang freash juces.
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If you like eggs, this is the right place for you. all kind of eggs and omlets you can find here with a nice vriety of fresh breads ang freash juces.
This sort of place is a rare find in Tel Aviv- a unique concept taken all the way and executed perfectly. The deli located in the lower floor of the two has everything you could possibly ask for: a charcuterie, a cheese section, a bakery, various hard-to-find international produce, and even a pizza section where you can find toppings, sauces, and pre-prepared bases. If you’re feeling lazy but are in the mood for a home cooked meal, you can even order their freshly made delicacies for pick up or delivery. They’re great to order in large quantities and a perfect way to impress guests with “your cooking”. In the restaurant you can sit downstairs on the street-facing patio, upstairs indoors, or on the terrace- our favourite. The atmosphere is always lively and busy, frequented by the who’s who of Friday brunch. As usual, the owners of Brasserie, Coffee Bar, Rothschild 12, Bakery, and Hotel Montefiore have hit the nail on the head. We recommend giving their bagel a try, it’s the best we have found in Tel Aviv (please let us know if you know of better!)
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דליקטסן - Delicatessen 79/81
79/81 Yehuda ha-Levi St
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This sort of place is a rare find in Tel Aviv- a unique concept taken all the way and executed perfectly. The deli located in the lower floor of the two has everything you could possibly ask for: a charcuterie, a cheese section, a bakery, various hard-to-find international produce, and even a pizza section where you can find toppings, sauces, and pre-prepared bases. If you’re feeling lazy but are in the mood for a home cooked meal, you can even order their freshly made delicacies for pick up or delivery. They’re great to order in large quantities and a perfect way to impress guests with “your cooking”. In the restaurant you can sit downstairs on the street-facing patio, upstairs indoors, or on the terrace- our favourite. The atmosphere is always lively and busy, frequented by the who’s who of Friday brunch. As usual, the owners of Brasserie, Coffee Bar, Rothschild 12, Bakery, and Hotel Montefiore have hit the nail on the head. We recommend giving their bagel a try, it’s the best we have found in Tel Aviv (please let us know if you know of better!)
Eyal Shani has invented gourmet fast food! The menu offers pita with various fillings including minute steak (44 NIS), entrecôte with fried egg (37 NIS), and ratatouille (34 NIS). All the ingredients are fresh and of the highest standard, especially the delicious and soft pita. We also recommend ordering the DIVINE baked cauliflower (32 NIS) to share with whomever you’re with. Whilst you’re waiting for your name to be called, help yourself to the pita slices and delicious tehina and salsa which they leave for customers to nibble on (be careful not to fill up!) When a friend visits from abroad, we always make Miznon a priority- it is a great place to experience the loud and chaotic Israeli atmosphere along with some delicious Israeli-style food. As if it couldn’t get better, they now deliver too!
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מזנון Miznon
30 King George St
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Eyal Shani has invented gourmet fast food! The menu offers pita with various fillings including minute steak (44 NIS), entrecôte with fried egg (37 NIS), and ratatouille (34 NIS). All the ingredients are fresh and of the highest standard, especially the delicious and soft pita. We also recommend ordering the DIVINE baked cauliflower (32 NIS) to share with whomever you’re with. Whilst you’re waiting for your name to be called, help yourself to the pita slices and delicious tehina and salsa which they leave for customers to nibble on (be careful not to fill up!) When a friend visits from abroad, we always make Miznon a priority- it is a great place to experience the loud and chaotic Israeli atmosphere along with some delicious Israeli-style food. As if it couldn’t get better, they now deliver too!
Great coffee, great pastries, great cakes and great service. This is a small place, no seats so you can take away coffee and pastry. great quality.
בוטיק סנטרל - שנקין
53 Shenkin St
Great coffee, great pastries, great cakes and great service. This is a small place, no seats so you can take away coffee and pastry. great quality.
Eating out can be very pricey but if you know some insiders’ places, it can be even cheaper than buying products in grocery stores. Tel Aviv is well known for its amazing street food. If you’re traveling to Tel Aviv, eating hummus has to be on your must-do list. I wanna tell you about a hummus place I discovered last summer in the heart of Shuk HaCarmel – “Hummus Magen David”. Once you’ve tried Magen David hummus, you would never compromise for industrially made hummus in supermarkets again. This place is always busy and you have to wait in line for a while but it’s worth it. All tables are shared, so feel free to grab a seat with strangers.
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Hummus HaCarmel
11 HaCarmel St
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Eating out can be very pricey but if you know some insiders’ places, it can be even cheaper than buying products in grocery stores. Tel Aviv is well known for its amazing street food. If you’re traveling to Tel Aviv, eating hummus has to be on your must-do list. I wanna tell you about a hummus place I discovered last summer in the heart of Shuk HaCarmel – “Hummus Magen David”. Once you’ve tried Magen David hummus, you would never compromise for industrially made hummus in supermarkets again. This place is always busy and you have to wait in line for a while but it’s worth it. All tables are shared, so feel free to grab a seat with strangers.
A very small stall in the middle of the Carmel Market that specializes in a wonderful falafel. In front of the stand you will find some homemade sauces, spicy, amba, Yemenite Hillbe and more. The place has existed for over twenty years and jealously preserves its secret recipe for falafel. Cheap, delicious, satisfying and memorable.
Falafel Rambam
2 Rambam St
A very small stall in the middle of the Carmel Market that specializes in a wonderful falafel. In front of the stand you will find some homemade sauces, spicy, amba, Yemenite Hillbe and more. The place has existed for over twenty years and jealously preserves its secret recipe for falafel. Cheap, delicious, satisfying and memorable.
HaKosem means “the magician”, so it’s no wonder they serve the best falafel in town! This is a great place to stop for a quick and good quality lunch. They serve really great schnitzel too, and the combination plates are great value for money. The staff are extremely friendly and the atmosphere is warm. Whilst waiting in line, they give you a hot, fresh falafel to taste- if that isn’t enough to entice you then I’m not sure what will
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HaKosem
1 Shlomo ha-Melekh St
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HaKosem means “the magician”, so it’s no wonder they serve the best falafel in town! This is a great place to stop for a quick and good quality lunch. They serve really great schnitzel too, and the combination plates are great value for money. The staff are extremely friendly and the atmosphere is warm. Whilst waiting in line, they give you a hot, fresh falafel to taste- if that isn’t enough to entice you then I’m not sure what will
Pronto is one of the oldest Italian restaurants in Tel Aviv that serves creatively presented pasta, meat and fish dishes. The formal, yet friendly and unpretentious ambiance makes it a popular spot amongst a sophisticated crowd. Every Monday there is an additional menu with Vegan specials. If you are a truffle fan like us, you HAVE to order the simple “Tagliolini al Tartufo” (94 NIS), it’s absolutely mouth-watering! Warning: prices are high and portions are small. Be sure to check out the business lunch Sunday-Thursday.
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Pronto Restaurant
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Pronto is one of the oldest Italian restaurants in Tel Aviv that serves creatively presented pasta, meat and fish dishes. The formal, yet friendly and unpretentious ambiance makes it a popular spot amongst a sophisticated crowd. Every Monday there is an additional menu with Vegan specials. If you are a truffle fan like us, you HAVE to order the simple “Tagliolini al Tartufo” (94 NIS), it’s absolutely mouth-watering! Warning: prices are high and portions are small. Be sure to check out the business lunch Sunday-Thursday.
The trusty R2M group has opened the new Herzl 16 around the corner. The new spot has a heavy-Asian twist to it featuring a lot of soy sauce, miso and glass noodles! Don’t panic. You can still get the familiar morning pastries, granola or croque madame that you all know and love, but from 12 noon the game changes. The lunch and dinner menus created by chef Guy Pollack, are Asian inspired. Friday and Saturday until 17:00 they offer an interesting Japanese inspired brunch which we are still waiting to try.
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Herzl St 16
16 Herzl St
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The trusty R2M group has opened the new Herzl 16 around the corner. The new spot has a heavy-Asian twist to it featuring a lot of soy sauce, miso and glass noodles! Don’t panic. You can still get the familiar morning pastries, granola or croque madame that you all know and love, but from 12 noon the game changes. The lunch and dinner menus created by chef Guy Pollack, are Asian inspired. Friday and Saturday until 17:00 they offer an interesting Japanese inspired brunch which we are still waiting to try.
A new urban sandwich shop just popped up courtesy of chef Raz Rahav (of OCD) inside the Hotel Saul. This joint is kicking it classic with a Grab & Go style. The sandwiches are made from locally prepared raw materials as if they were to star on a plate of a luxury restaurant. For example, you'll find pork ham pastrami, grilled chicken breast and potato cream, and a macaroni and cheese sandwich that burns the Instagram feed.
Barvazi Urban Sandwich
17 Tchernikhovski St
A new urban sandwich shop just popped up courtesy of chef Raz Rahav (of OCD) inside the Hotel Saul. This joint is kicking it classic with a Grab & Go style. The sandwiches are made from locally prepared raw materials as if they were to star on a plate of a luxury restaurant. For example, you'll find pork ham pastrami, grilled chicken breast and potato cream, and a macaroni and cheese sandwich that burns the Instagram feed.
In the busy King George street you will find plenty of street food variations, most of it is the Israeli kind, meaning the kind you can squeeze into a Pita, wrap it, get a napkin for the road and move on while eating or munching on it while standing up in the busy Falafel shops, this is Mifgash Osher (translation from Hebrew : Happiness joint). The place has only 3 dishes you can order, Falafel in Pita, Sabih in pita and a ‘friend’s dish’ which is labaneh, hummus , salad and fried eggplants, in one word, heaven. Prices are super low as street food is usually priced at $2-$5 , it’s all you need when exploring Israeli food.
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Mifgash Osher
105א King George St
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In the busy King George street you will find plenty of street food variations, most of it is the Israeli kind, meaning the kind you can squeeze into a Pita, wrap it, get a napkin for the road and move on while eating or munching on it while standing up in the busy Falafel shops, this is Mifgash Osher (translation from Hebrew : Happiness joint). The place has only 3 dishes you can order, Falafel in Pita, Sabih in pita and a ‘friend’s dish’ which is labaneh, hummus , salad and fried eggplants, in one word, heaven. Prices are super low as street food is usually priced at $2-$5 , it’s all you need when exploring Israeli food.
On the corner of Hashmonaim and Ahad Ha’am sits a quirky little cafe that serves delicious healthy food and top notch coffee all for very reasonable prices. The majority of people (including us) are regulars who use the cafe as their office space, which creates an excellent working atmosphere. All the waiters/waitresses are amazing- welcoming, friendly and helpful! The menu is made up of delicious salads, sandwiches, and a breakfast tray that won’t disappoint. We recommend the “Breakfast Platter” or the “Mujadara Salad” followed by the best chocolate chip cookie you will ever have in your life!
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Bucke Cafe
91 Ahad Ha'Am St
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On the corner of Hashmonaim and Ahad Ha’am sits a quirky little cafe that serves delicious healthy food and top notch coffee all for very reasonable prices. The majority of people (including us) are regulars who use the cafe as their office space, which creates an excellent working atmosphere. All the waiters/waitresses are amazing- welcoming, friendly and helpful! The menu is made up of delicious salads, sandwiches, and a breakfast tray that won’t disappoint. We recommend the “Breakfast Platter” or the “Mujadara Salad” followed by the best chocolate chip cookie you will ever have in your life!
A small, neighborhood coffee shop with the highest quality coffee in the area and a personal and pampering treatment
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WayCup Coffee TLV
23 Yohanan HaSandlar St
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A small, neighborhood coffee shop with the highest quality coffee in the area and a personal and pampering treatment
how about wrapping the day up with a visit to Max Brenner, a chain of chocolate restaurants set up by one of Israel’s leading chocolatiers. Yes, the whole menu is chocolate-based! They currently have three branches in Tel Aviv – at Tel Aviv Port, 45 Rothschild Avenue, and 23 HaBarzel Street. Call 1-700-70-88-77 for further details.
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מקס ברנר - שוקולד בר
45 רוטשילד
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how about wrapping the day up with a visit to Max Brenner, a chain of chocolate restaurants set up by one of Israel’s leading chocolatiers. Yes, the whole menu is chocolate-based! They currently have three branches in Tel Aviv – at Tel Aviv Port, 45 Rothschild Avenue, and 23 HaBarzel Street. Call 1-700-70-88-77 for further details.
The unique atmosphere of Café Noir – an intimate bistro in the heart of Tel Aviv – combines European culture with a Tel Aviv experience at one of the city’s most charming corners.
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Café Noir
43 Ahad Ha'Am St
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The unique atmosphere of Café Noir – an intimate bistro in the heart of Tel Aviv – combines European culture with a Tel Aviv experience at one of the city’s most charming corners.
Essentials
AM:PM
24 Sheinkin St
Since opening its first store in 1978 Super-Pharm has grown to 160 stores spread across the entire country and achieving a market leading position as the largest drugstore chain in Israel
Super-Pharm
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Since opening its first store in 1978 Super-Pharm has grown to 160 stores spread across the entire country and achieving a market leading position as the largest drugstore chain in Israel
Parks & Nature
Gan Meir is a beautiful little park in the middle of the city, near the Dizengoff Center and King George. There are nice areas to sit and relax, plus there’s a cool dog park to let your dogs run free. Gan Meir is also home to the Gay Center, an important resource for the LGBT community, and a Landwer Cafe.
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Парк Мейр
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Gan Meir is a beautiful little park in the middle of the city, near the Dizengoff Center and King George. There are nice areas to sit and relax, plus there’s a cool dog park to let your dogs run free. Gan Meir is also home to the Gay Center, an important resource for the LGBT community, and a Landwer Cafe.
Arts & Culture
This is my favorite museum in Tel Aviv that I always visit out of the blue when strolling in the area. The museum has two buildings – the old one contains impressive collection of old masterpieces as well as contemporary and modern art; the new building, created by brilliant Preston Scott Cohen architect, is a home for Israeli art and design
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Тель-Авивский музей изобразительных искусств
27 שדרות שאול המלך
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This is my favorite museum in Tel Aviv that I always visit out of the blue when strolling in the area. The museum has two buildings – the old one contains impressive collection of old masterpieces as well as contemporary and modern art; the new building, created by brilliant Preston Scott Cohen architect, is a home for Israeli art and design
This Museum is actually located just outside Tel Aviv in Holon, a 20 minute drive away. The exhibits are geared specifically for kids aged 2.5 until 11, and getting hands-on is very much encouraged. For more info, see the official website, or call 03-6503000
Израильский Детский Музей
66 Mifrats Shlomo St
This Museum is actually located just outside Tel Aviv in Holon, a 20 minute drive away. The exhibits are geared specifically for kids aged 2.5 until 11, and getting hands-on is very much encouraged. For more info, see the official website, or call 03-6503000
Hiding just behind Gan Meir, Beit Ha’ir is an open house for all residents, artists, writers, scholars, tourists, and any other guest imaginable who yearn to take part in Tel Aviv’s story and spirit. The building (meaning “Town Hall” in Hebrew), is part of the Bialik Complex, a center of Israeli and Hebrew culture. As a part of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, the building was recently renovated to include a lively hub of art exhibits and information unraveling the White City’s deep cultural history. Beit Ha’ir also hosts public debates in an effort to advance urban processes.
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Museum of the History of Tel Aviv Jaffa
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Hiding just behind Gan Meir, Beit Ha’ir is an open house for all residents, artists, writers, scholars, tourists, and any other guest imaginable who yearn to take part in Tel Aviv’s story and spirit. The building (meaning “Town Hall” in Hebrew), is part of the Bialik Complex, a center of Israeli and Hebrew culture. As a part of the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, the building was recently renovated to include a lively hub of art exhibits and information unraveling the White City’s deep cultural history. Beit Ha’ir also hosts public debates in an effort to advance urban processes.