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Amenities

Green, cozy and quiet yet close to the beach, the port and all that’s important Enjoy one of Tel Aviv's trendiest places

What's in it?

This charming holiday apartment in tel aviv is an attractive and sunny place for you and your family.
This vacation rental in tel aviv offers a sunny and cozy living room, a simple yet elegant and convenient kitchen, and a relaxing and spacious bedroom, a perfect place to unwind and relax after a full and fun day in the city. You'll find all that you need here and will feel well taken care of. Enjoy one of Tel Aviv's trendiest places.

Perfect for short term rental in tel aviv

 

What is the area like?

This is a European delight! You are in a very exclusive part of North Tel Aviv. You can enjoy the safety of this great neighborhood while getting out and walking. All Israelis would rather walk than drive. Get lost while walking to the beach or to The Eretz Israel Museum or south to Old Jaffa. There are cafes and restaurants along the way for you to choose. Roladin is a local favorite just outside the mall with choices of pastries that will make you loosen your belt. try the 'soufganyot" and a coffee while watching all the people walking by on the way to Israel's favorite pastime; shopping.

What shall I have for lunch?

Enjoy an Italian Lunch in the Rustico Restaurant, Sushi Basel, Hummus Basel, Hummus Ronen, a light patisserie appetizer, or a cafe in the small charming corners all around the Basel Square. There are also many choices along the walk to the Dizengoff Center. And a nice Sushi place around the corner.
If you want to try the local middle eastern flavors go south on the promenade to Old Jaffa. While there you will find many choices for schwarma, falafel and grill, (allah aish).
You have many choices in this great neighborhood. In Israel the food culture is unique in that many local restaurants and cafes pop on in the most unusual places. You can be walking along and suddenly find a cafe in the first floor of an apartment building or in an alleyway with great old Tel Aviv architecture on both sides of you.

Where can I empty my wallet?

The Basel area is one of Tel Aviv's trendiest places with plenty of shops of hand made artifacts, fashion, accessories, books and home decorations.
Within a few minutes walk there is the Dizengoff street with all its famous fashion shops, and further along the Dizengoff Center with all the new fashions for Israeli street wear and beach wear. You can dress like the local Tel Avivians or find some great souvenirs for friends and family. A further walk in the neighborhood will bring you to the famous Sheinkin Street which brings all Israelis and tourists here to shop. There are many unique shops in this area that are so different than the mall stores. You can find local artisans at HaAri Kabbalah Jewelry. This one of a kind Judaica shop is on the beginning of the shopping avenue and all artifacts are designed and created by. You will love shopping here as much as the Champs Elysee or New York. Many of the shops are local designers and owners so support the economy and buy from these shops. You can usually haggle at local shops rather than in the mall.
Tel Aviv comes to life after dark and gets livelier closer to midnight

Arts and Entertainment?

The Sportek is my favorite place. It has sports fields and jogging tracks. You can also walk along the promenade which runs parallel to the beach and find workout areas with kinetic machines to keep you in shape or just people watch. Near the Sportek is the Hayarkon River which has plenty of green and you can even rent a boat here for a nice romantic trek along the city river in the heart of Tel Aviv.
The Eretz Israel museum has a lot to offer and is a good half days trip for something to do besides the beach. You can find the Glassworks exhibit here as well as an active archaeological site and remnants from King Solomon's Mines.
The Tel Aviv Museum of Modern Art is on Shmuel Hamelek street and houses the largest collection of Israeli artists. You also find a great collection from Peggy Guggenheim of well known international artists.
The Elena Rubenstein Museum is a small place in the heart of the Dizengoff neighborhood. You can walk there or take a cab to the area and walk back.

Let's Get Practical

There are ATM's on every corner for cash exchanges to shekels although most places take international currencies. There are 24 hour supermarkets to stock your fridge and pick up some wines and cheeses for that picnic or relaxing on the beach. Cabs and buses are very inexpensive and found at ever turn on the streets. Tel Avivians are ready to tell you where you need to go so ask for directions.

Apartment Features
3 Guests
1 Bedroom,
1 Bathroom
Area 42 m 2
Ground Floor
Green, cozy and quiet yet close to the beach, the port and all that’s important
Rates starting at  € 
  • LCD TV
  • DVD player
  • Coffee press
  • Juicer
  • Washing machine
  • Air-conditioning
  • Bed sofa
  • Queen size double bed
  • Wireless Connection
  • Cable/satellite TV
  • Dishwasher
  • Gas stove
  • MicroWave
  • Pots & pans
  • Toaster
  • Kettle
  • Fridge-freezer
  • Shower
  • Iron & ironing board
  • Bed linen & towels
  • Oven

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