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Property: 1446 Tel Aviv vacation rentals apartment close to the beach
|2 bedroom Vacation Apartment
|Sleeps 5 guests
Apartment to rent in north tel aviv, 5 minutes from the beach.
3 bedrooms, living, kitchen, 2 bathrooms, all renovated and new.
Washing machine, tv. a/c. internet connection. available for 1 week up to 3 months.
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|Wireless Internet|| || ||
||Non smoking only
||Pets not allowed
||Fully equipped kitchen
|5 minutes from the beach. All shops and coffee shops are 1 minute walk
Please contact us for latest rates
|Minimum Stay requirment: 1 week|
|Region:||Greater Tel Aviv|
|Area:||Tel Aviv North|
|Location:||North Tel Aviv, 5 minutes from the beach|
|Nearest Airport:||Ben Gurion 15 km|
| Satellite View (An estimated location, for detailed location, please contact owner)|
Some Facts About Tel Aviv
When you are always in for a supreme and ultimate clubbing experience, the best place to be is in Tel Aviv. Yes, Las Vegas is known as the city which never sleeps in America but if you are in Asia, nothing will ever beat Tel Aviv because you will never experience dull nights in this city. All you have to do is to enjoy them with all your friends. Get wild on the dance floor as you dance, drink and party all night! The succeeding clubs and bars are just some of the hottest entertainment and party places you should not have to miss if you are spending your vacation in this one of a kind city. Do you want a rugged type of party? Well, Florentin is the best place for you to spend the night out because this appeals especially to the indie and artsy crowd. The following are just some of the most notable bars where you can find a one of a kind enjoyment: Comfort 13, Hudna located in the Abarbanel Street, Haoman 17 and many others. Are you 18-19 years old? Get up and invite your friends to go with you to the Ha'Masger - Ha'Rakevet St. The remarkable places that you should not miss there are Vox, Dome and many more. By hanging out in any of these places, you might get to know the long lost love of your life. Do you love literature? Does the blood of a poet run in your veins? Well, the best place to be during warm nights in Tel Aviv is at King George-Tshernechovsky. Some of the bars and clubs here just like Almonit Lane and Geatzel Shapira are definitely devoted to the revival movement of poetry. Aside from that, there are also recommended places such as Yemen Falatel and Hakosem Falatel because of their highly artistic atmosphere and ambiance. On Karlibach, there are new clubbing areas such as Ve’Hakelev, Hachatul, and ZiziTripo as well. If you are in for high-tech clubbing, then you must go to Ramat Ha’Chayal. The following are just some of the party places which you should not miss: Molly’s Sushi Samba, Frame and Leo Blooms. Do you want to be in the coolest pubs in Tel Aviv where you can meet and socialize with other pubbers and tourists? Choose from the following pubs where you want to party all night: Liliroz, Dorothy Gales, Brasserie and Vila Sokolov. Are you craving to experience an American style of having fun even though you are in the heart of Asia? Then go to Mike’s Place which is located in 86 Herbert Samuel which is just next to the Embassy of America. Having fun all night is a bit tiring, right? So you have to rest in an accommodation that will give you the kind of relaxation you need. The answer is simply an apartment rental in Tel Aviv. In every out of the country escapade, this is the most economical way of having fun because the amenities this offers is just the same as what first-class hotels give. You must know that the only difference is the price.
The Carmel Market, Bursting With Life, With Surprises Tucked Away
For those who are mad about markets, this place is heaven.
And for fans of freshness, there could be no better destination – perfect parsley, the juiciest melons, the most marvelous mangoes.
Not to mention the meat, the fish, the cheeses, the flowers – a true cornucopia of flavors and aromas. Stalls line both sides of the covered market's main walkway, but don't miss the shops in the tiny alleys behind.
That's where you'll find the genuine gems: the cheese and smoked meat delicatessens, the barrels full of herring and other salted fish, all varieties of pickles, halvah and other sweets, even clothing and fabric shops. Your nose will guide you to the bakeries, spice shops and coffee-roasters.
The Carmel Market is a feast for the senses, an anthropological and gastronomic adventure.
Just behind the flea market and Jerusalem Boulevard, in a sort of no-man’s land that links Florentin to Jaffa, lies the American Colony. This tiny, picturesque neighborhood of wooden homes with gabled roofs looks as though it was transported from a New England museum about life in the nineteenth century – which it was, in a way.
In 1866, a group of American Evangelical Christians from Jonesport, Maine docked in Jaffa, bringing with them the wood they used to build their homes in the holy land. They later sold the tiny colony to German Templars, which is why it is sometimes referred to as the German Colony. The story of the American Colony is told at the Maine Friendship House, which is open daily to visitors.
Coffee shops have always been part of Tel Aviv's cultural lifestyle ever since the city was founded, as cafés were always the favorite hanging spots of the local Bohemia. It is therefore no surprise that Tel Aviv boasts many cafés, which can be found everywhere in the city, offering aromatic Italian Espressos and Capuccinos (called "Hafukh", meaning upside-down, in Hebrew). Espresso-bar, Cafeneto, Café-café and arcaffé are some of the local chain-cafés. Aroma's the biggest among them. Feel free to spend hours in a coffee shop - no one will slap the check on your table or require you to order more stuff.
Bohemian 'Puah' (located in the Jaffa flea market), Café Noah, Chic 'Le Central' (Rothschild av.), and 'Tolaat Sfarim' (Rabin sq.) are recommended for their very distinctive and Israeli café-drinking experience.