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Located in Tel Aviv, 2 miles from Park HaYarkon and 2.4 miles from Yitzhak Rabin Center, Summer Vacation in a Lovely Master Bedroom with Bathroom offers free WiFi, a terrace and air conditioning.
Feelhome - Luminous apt in Ramat Aviv is located in Tel Aviv and offers a terrace. This apartment has air-conditioned accommodations with a balcony and free WiFi.
Luxury Gush Agadol offers accommodations in Tel Aviv, 2 miles from Park HaYarkon and 2.4 miles from Yitzhak Rabin Center. The property features sea views.
Located in Tel Aviv, Beautiful Apts w/ Large Balcony & Parking by Sea N' Rent offers free WiFi and units equipped with a kitchen, seating area and flat-screen TV.
FeelHome - Ramat Aviv, a property with a terrace, is located in Tel Aviv, 2.4 miles from Park HaYarkon, 2.8 miles from Yitzhak Rabin Center, as well as 2.9 miles from Tel Aviv Eurovision Expo.
Ziv Apartments - Brasil 1 offers accommodations in Tel Aviv, 1.9 miles from Yitzhak Rabin Center and 2 miles from Park HaYarkon. Guests can enjoy free WiFi.
Providing free WiFi, Great Place For You in Ramat Aviv is located on the beachfront in Tel Aviv. The property features garden views. Almost everything about this apartment made our two week stay in Ramat Aviv perfect. The apartment was very comfortable, great beds and all that we needed. The kitchen was quite well equipped. Most of all, the location was excellent. The apartment is in a group that has a pedestrian street in front and parking in the rear; therefore, no traffic noise at all. Also, having a very well stocked grocery, coffee house and ice cream parlor withing a two minute walk was a big bonus....especially with children. There is also a children's playground within a two minute walk and the beach was about a 15 minute walk. However, you can drive to Tel Baruch beach and they have parking available. The Ramat Aviv Mall is located within a 20 minute walk too. The owners were so helpful and took care of all questions.
Located in Tel Aviv, within 1.9 miles of Park HaYarkon and 2.4 miles of Tel Aviv Eurovision Expo, Luxury Sea View Apartment offers accommodations with free WiFi, air conditioning and a garden. I had a really very nice stay, excellent location ! I would come back for sure!
Located 1.2 miles from Park HaYarkon, Sea View Penthouse W/ Huge terrace & Parking is in Tel Aviv and has a garden and a terrace.
Pasternak DLX Apartment enjoys a location in Tel Aviv, just 2 miles from Yitzhak Rabin Center and 2.1 miles from Park HaYarkon. The Tel Aviv Eurovision Expo is within 2.4 miles of the apartment.
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We were very surprised that everything (hotels, food, drinks, taxi, ...) is really expensive in Tel Aviv. If you want to visit Tel Aviv you should be aware that you need a larger travel budget than for most other city trips e.g. in Europe (except maybe Northern Europe).
Tel Aviv is a lively city with many activities to pursue from early morning to late night, past midnight, and dawn again. A minimum of a one-week stay is necessary to take in the liveliness and cultural opportunities that this city has to offer for visitors from all over the world. Many foreign languages are spoken here, so even if you get lost, chances are that you'll find someone speaking your language and helping you out. Parking is hard to find, so make sure to get a hotel that offers its own secured parking slots. Walk to Yaffo between 5-6 AM along the Boardwalk to take in the breathtaking beauty of the Mediterranean Sea, it is a sight to behold. Eat the local food, not the one that you are accustomed to, in order to appreciate the culinary culture.
Great city with a lot of life and lovely beaches!! Moved closer to the beach to enjoy the water and fresh air. Lovely people!! Close to other beautiful cities like Jerusalem, Engedi, Joppa port etc. Great experience!
Tel Aviv is an extremely vibrant and friendly city. The beaches are the best. Food prices in eateries are very reasonable for what you get. It’s a city that mixes the old with the new having buildings that are there from the turn of the century to ultra modern.
Oh no enough words about Israel The weather,The History Of Jerusalem they were so helpful so much to see went 2 weeks to The Old City, God is Good put people in my path I had amazing experience I will need weeks to write about it love the Jews Quaters,Museams And the Center City,is beautiful and they were so chelpful I’m 71 and love to travel,this young girl walk me to the bus stop and explain what to do to get places oww same in Tel-Vi just impressive such a tinny Country ca accomplishes so much, This The Lord’s hand in all this.the sunsets I will never forget long is I live my all experience Aleluya . Visit you won’t be dissapointed God Be with All for You went you visit,don’t forget Dead Sea and Masada a must see and walk Don’t by foot to see the mountains my second time was the best enjoy it.🙏🦋🌈🎶🦋🦋🦋 The music the joy happiness it was ,like I said before no words to tell you so much that went on enjoy.
We were a couple on a holiday. The city has a beachfront for days which is all new and pretty. It doesn’t have the typical feel most Europeans are used to though, it’s more American style. Almost all the restaurants we went to were more than amazing (e.g. Prozdor Burger restaurant, Bicicletta and The Thai in Har Sainai). There are nice bars in the city center area. The HaCarmel market is nice to visit. There are great day trips leaving daily from Tel Aviv which are really well organised with nice tour guides (we went with Bein Harim tours). We did 2 days of those and the other days we chilled at the Hilton Beach and Frishman beach. We’ll have to come back again cause we haven’t gotten round to doing all the amazing stuff the city has to offer (shopping, markets, art). Last but not least I think the Israeli are wonderful people who are so welcoming, helpful and pleasant. The only thing that was a little off putting was that the Israeli will ask for a tip if you forget (cause it’s not included in the bill) and if they think it’s not enough (at least 10-15%) they will tell you so. On the one hand I thought it was funny and and assertive (cause I have no idea how well people get paid in customer service in Tel Aviv) yet on the other hand I was annoyed by it.