Summer travel in Tel Aviv

Author: Ira Riklis  |  Category: Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv Boardwalk: Tel Aviv promenade runs along the Mediterranean shore. This promenade has been a hit since it opened in 2009. The Tel Aviv promenade is paved with concrete, with separate sections for bicyclists and walking pedestrians. Many of the areas maintain natural touches, as you’ll find many sections of the promenade with vegetation, while the Western side allows access to untouched beaches. These beaches tend to be particularly secluded, allowing for a relaxing atmosphere that you can enjoy by yourself or with a friend.

Ancient Cities: Neve Tzedek is one of Tel Aviv’s ancient neighborhoods. Neve Tzedek has been gaining momentum as an attraction spot for tourists and natives. Many of Neve Tsedek districts have been renovated, restoring the neighborhood to its former glory. The neighborhood was built in the late 1800s, with Neve Tzedek being one of the first exclusively Jewish neighborhood outside of Jaffa. Neve Tzedek has very unique structures, with many of its infrastructures being influenced by Asian architecture. Many of the streets are narrow and intimate, with many lined with family shops and boutiques. Step into Tel Aviv’s pasts by visiting Neve Tzedek.

Tel Aviv Natural Greenery: The green sanctuary of Hayarkon Park is located in the hustle and bustle of the city. The park attracts families,tourists and natives alike. You will find the park being visited by joggers, picnickers, and bicyclists. You will be able to rent out a bike or a boat for your enjoyment. There are many things to do in Hayarkon Park, with the park being recommended for anyone who is out in Tel Aviv on a summer excursion.