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Guidebook for Tel Aviv-Yafo

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Guidebook for Tel Aviv-Yafo

Arts & Culture
Haut lieu de la Dance, du Théâtre et de la culture à Tel Aviv. Hot spot for Dance, Theater and Culture in Tel Aviv.
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Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater
5 Yehieli St
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Haut lieu de la Dance, du Théâtre et de la culture à Tel Aviv. Hot spot for Dance, Theater and Culture in Tel Aviv.
The culmination of the Neve Tzedek tour is at the beautiful Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater. The compound features a mural by David Tartakover, depicting the history of the neighborhood, as well as the most prominent figures involved in foundation and development of Neve Tzedek. David Tartakover is an Israeli artist, graphic designer, political activist, and design educator. The Suzanne Dellal Center includes four performance spaces and hosts Israeli and international dance companies all year round. It is also the home of two renowned Israeli dance companies, the Batsheva Dance Company and Inbal Dance Theater, Israel’s first and oldest modern dance company. The grounds on which the Suzanne Dellal Center is built was the site of the first education center in the neighborhood of Neve Tzedek, which included the Yechiely Girls School and the Alliance School for boys, built opposite each other in 1908. The original buildings were renovated and stand here to this day.
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Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater
5 Yehieli St
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The culmination of the Neve Tzedek tour is at the beautiful Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater. The compound features a mural by David Tartakover, depicting the history of the neighborhood, as well as the most prominent figures involved in foundation and development of Neve Tzedek. David Tartakover is an Israeli artist, graphic designer, political activist, and design educator. The Suzanne Dellal Center includes four performance spaces and hosts Israeli and international dance companies all year round. It is also the home of two renowned Israeli dance companies, the Batsheva Dance Company and Inbal Dance Theater, Israel’s first and oldest modern dance company. The grounds on which the Suzanne Dellal Center is built was the site of the first education center in the neighborhood of Neve Tzedek, which included the Yechiely Girls School and the Alliance School for boys, built opposite each other in 1908. The original buildings were renovated and stand here to this day.
Tel Aviv is renowned for its extensive array of Bauhaus architecture, so much so that it has been nicknamed ‘The White City’ and deemed a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2003. Since its establishment on April 11th, 1909 by a group of 60 families, the city of Tel Aviv has taken on an iconic look, marked by International Style design converged with Middle Eastern influences. As a testament to the city’s rich cultural history, epitomized by its unique architecture and design, the Bauhaus Center was established in 2000 as a platform for experiencing, discussing and learning about Bauhaus architecture. The Bauhaus Center is made up of four parts; the gallery, shop, tours and library. The center has been working closely with the Municipality of Tel Aviv, as well as other cultural and educational institutions, art galleries, museums and significant partners for engineering and architecture. This centrally located institution has become a must-see for tourists thanks to its tours and souvenirs, as well as an excellent source for information about Tel Aviv’s historical significance to the architectural style of the 1920s. The center organizes walking tours around the city to visit the most noteworthy Bauhaus  buildings from the city’s height of development in the 1930s and 1940s. The center has ever-changing and fascinating photography, artwork and design exhibitions, showcasing the best of Israeli design, contemporary art and architecture. They also have a permanent multi-media exhibition on display at the gallery, called The Revival Of The Bauhaus In Tel Aviv, which focuses on 25 buildings that exemplify the Bauhaus architectural movement.
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Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv
77 Dizengoff St
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Tel Aviv is renowned for its extensive array of Bauhaus architecture, so much so that it has been nicknamed ‘The White City’ and deemed a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2003. Since its establishment on April 11th, 1909 by a group of 60 families, the city of Tel Aviv has taken on an iconic look, marked by International Style design converged with Middle Eastern influences. As a testament to the city’s rich cultural history, epitomized by its unique architecture and design, the Bauhaus Center was established in 2000 as a platform for experiencing, discussing and learning about Bauhaus architecture. The Bauhaus Center is made up of four parts; the gallery, shop, tours and library. The center has been working closely with the Municipality of Tel Aviv, as well as other cultural and educational institutions, art galleries, museums and significant partners for engineering and architecture. This centrally located institution has become a must-see for tourists thanks to its tours and souvenirs, as well as an excellent source for information about Tel Aviv’s historical significance to the architectural style of the 1920s. The center organizes walking tours around the city to visit the most noteworthy Bauhaus  buildings from the city’s height of development in the 1930s and 1940s. The center has ever-changing and fascinating photography, artwork and design exhibitions, showcasing the best of Israeli design, contemporary art and architecture. They also have a permanent multi-media exhibition on display at the gallery, called The Revival Of The Bauhaus In Tel Aviv, which focuses on 25 buildings that exemplify the Bauhaus architectural movement.
Nachum Gutman was a Russian-born Israeli painter, sculptor, and author, who helped pioneer an Israeli style of painting, moving away from the European influences of his teachers, which he deemed unsuitable for depicting Israeli landscape. His mosaic works are showcased throughout public buildings in Tel Aviv and at the Nachum Gutman Museum of Art.
Nachum Gutman Museum
21 Shimon Rokah St.
Nachum Gutman was a Russian-born Israeli painter, sculptor, and author, who helped pioneer an Israeli style of painting, moving away from the European influences of his teachers, which he deemed unsuitable for depicting Israeli landscape. His mosaic works are showcased throughout public buildings in Tel Aviv and at the Nachum Gutman Museum of Art.
Food Scene
Best Beach in Tel Aviv
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Banana Beach
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Best Beach in Tel Aviv
Japanese restaurant : Great food - Signature Sushis. Home delivery available. Très bon restaurant japonais. Ils peuvent livrer.
Okinawa
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Japanese restaurant : Great food - Signature Sushis. Home delivery available. Très bon restaurant japonais. Ils peuvent livrer.
Great food and ambiance in Shabazi. Bon restaurant et très bonne ambiance sur Shabazi.
Lulu
55 שבזי
Great food and ambiance in Shabazi. Bon restaurant et très bonne ambiance sur Shabazi.
The best Shahshuka in the WORLD. Typical restaurant in Jaffa. La meilleure chakchuka du MONDE. A Jaffa.
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Dr Shakshuka
3 Beit Eshel St
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The best Shahshuka in the WORLD. Typical restaurant in Jaffa. La meilleure chakchuka du MONDE. A Jaffa.
Incredible Georgian Vegan Restaurant.
Lilienblum St 30
30 Lilienblum St
Incredible Georgian Vegan Restaurant.
Gordon Beach. Great vibrant beach
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Gordon Beach
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Gordon Beach. Great vibrant beach
The Best Shakshuka in the world
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Dr Shakshuka
3 Beit Eshel St
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The Best Shakshuka in the world
Go for their light frozen yogurt with an amazing assortment of toppings or select from one of their rich ice cream flavors that change daily. Even vegans can satisfy their sweet tooth at this ice cream shop — they have a wide array of dairy-free options. Though every flavor is delicious and creamy, a stand out is their signature Cookieman, a mélange of chocolate, hazelnuts, biscuits and meringue.
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Anita
23 שבזי
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Go for their light frozen yogurt with an amazing assortment of toppings or select from one of their rich ice cream flavors that change daily. Even vegans can satisfy their sweet tooth at this ice cream shop — they have a wide array of dairy-free options. Though every flavor is delicious and creamy, a stand out is their signature Cookieman, a mélange of chocolate, hazelnuts, biscuits and meringue.
Best Breakfast in Tel Aviv
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Benedict
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Best Breakfast in Tel Aviv
Thanks to Delicatessen, the memories of old European joints are coming to life right at our doorsteps. Like in the old continent, Delicatessen offers the best fine products to eat on the premises or to take home. The boker delicatessen starts off with a freshly squeezed orange juice or grapefruit juice, followed by a delicious plate of smoked fish: the fish are flaky and light, and smoked to perfection. Freshly baked bread and a plate of cheeses handpicked by the chef from the best dairies in Israel. A standard omelet is replaced by creamy rich eggs salad paired with an abundance of scallions. Delicatessen, 79 Yehuda Halevy St. Tel Aviv, Israel +972-3-968-1010
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דליקטסן - Delicatessen 79/81
79/81 Yehuda ha-Levi St
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Thanks to Delicatessen, the memories of old European joints are coming to life right at our doorsteps. Like in the old continent, Delicatessen offers the best fine products to eat on the premises or to take home. The boker delicatessen starts off with a freshly squeezed orange juice or grapefruit juice, followed by a delicious plate of smoked fish: the fish are flaky and light, and smoked to perfection. Freshly baked bread and a plate of cheeses handpicked by the chef from the best dairies in Israel. A standard omelet is replaced by creamy rich eggs salad paired with an abundance of scallions. Delicatessen, 79 Yehuda Halevy St. Tel Aviv, Israel +972-3-968-1010
La La Land For a more ‘beachy’ breakfast, head over to Gordon Beach and take a seat at La La Land, a ‘people watching’ paradise. The Israeli breakfast comes with the typical assortment of Bulgarian and soft cheeses, olives and tuna fish. This is accompanied with eggs as well as an Israeli salad. The meal comes with a cold or hot drink. The breakfast at La La Land is best for those who love their eggs with a view. La La Land, 131 Herbert Samuel St. Gordon – Beach Tel Aviv, Israel +972-3-529-3303
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Lala Land
131 הרברט סמואל
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La La Land For a more ‘beachy’ breakfast, head over to Gordon Beach and take a seat at La La Land, a ‘people watching’ paradise. The Israeli breakfast comes with the typical assortment of Bulgarian and soft cheeses, olives and tuna fish. This is accompanied with eggs as well as an Israeli salad. The meal comes with a cold or hot drink. The breakfast at La La Land is best for those who love their eggs with a view. La La Land, 131 Herbert Samuel St. Gordon – Beach Tel Aviv, Israel +972-3-529-3303
VICKY CRISTINA Mitcham Hatachana (The Station Compound) Neve Tzedek Tel Aviv Great tapas Bar and Restaurant located in the very vibrant Station Compound (Mitchum Hatachana). Tel : +972 3 7367272
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Viky Cristina
2 פרופסור יחזקאל קויפמן
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VICKY CRISTINA Mitcham Hatachana (The Station Compound) Neve Tzedek Tel Aviv Great tapas Bar and Restaurant located in the very vibrant Station Compound (Mitchum Hatachana). Tel : +972 3 7367272
The most famous restaurant of Shabazi. Great place with different rooms and relaxing amothsphere. The place to be ! Tel : +972 3 5108181
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Dallal Restaurant
10 Shabazi St
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The most famous restaurant of Shabazi. Great place with different rooms and relaxing amothsphere. The place to be ! Tel : +972 3 5108181
Located in the Station Compound (Mitcham Hatchana), Cameo brins a fresh new arty vibe in Tel Aviv. The unique experience starts at the restaurant, through a fabulous lounge bar and goes on to the open terrace. Cameo offers a rich culinary experience that combines a variety of fusion dishes along with an exciting atmosphere. RESERVE IN ADVANCE ! Open from Monday to Saturday - from 7pm. Tel : +972 3 5582855 Tel : +972 3 5589855
Cameo
Located in the Station Compound (Mitcham Hatchana), Cameo brins a fresh new arty vibe in Tel Aviv. The unique experience starts at the restaurant, through a fabulous lounge bar and goes on to the open terrace. Cameo offers a rich culinary experience that combines a variety of fusion dishes along with an exciting atmosphere. RESERVE IN ADVANCE ! Open from Monday to Saturday - from 7pm. Tel : +972 3 5582855 Tel : +972 3 5589855
Inside the Mendeli Street Hotel, the kitchen of Mashya is filled with the spicy aroma of mace, the local spice that the restaurant is named for and which inspired chef Yossi Shitrit's reinvented traditional cuisine. Mashya is a restaurant with a focus on design, whose bright, clean look is trimmed with the rough and rugged textures of locally-sourced natural materials, helping it blend with the spirit of the nearby outdoor market. Tel : +972 3 7500999
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Mashya
5 מנדלי מוכרי ספרים
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Inside the Mendeli Street Hotel, the kitchen of Mashya is filled with the spicy aroma of mace, the local spice that the restaurant is named for and which inspired chef Yossi Shitrit's reinvented traditional cuisine. Mashya is a restaurant with a focus on design, whose bright, clean look is trimmed with the rough and rugged textures of locally-sourced natural materials, helping it blend with the spirit of the nearby outdoor market. Tel : +972 3 7500999
Restaurant in the small Market of the Tel Aviv Port (Namal Tel Aviv). Good Food. Tel : +972 3 5446669
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Kitchen Market | קיטשן מרקט
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Restaurant in the small Market of the Tel Aviv Port (Namal Tel Aviv). Good Food. Tel : +972 3 5446669
Essentials
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AM:PM
91 Herzl St
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Victory
13 Ahad Ha'Am St
Super Pharm Sheinkin
You'll find here an International Medical Center
Herzliya Medical Center
You'll find here an International Medical Center
Drinks & Nightlife
A romantic wine bar nestled on Shabazi Street, Jajo Vino is one of Tel Aviv’s most adored spots. The dimly lit room, candles and plush bar stools create a cozy and charming atmosphere that complement the menu perfectly. The wine list is extensive, and no matter what you are looking for the charming bartender will help you navigate the immense selection. And, if you are hungry, there’s a full menu of Italian classics to choose from. Jaja Vino, Shabazi Street 44, Tel Aviv, Israel +972 3-510-0620
Zazo vino
47 Shabazi St
A romantic wine bar nestled on Shabazi Street, Jajo Vino is one of Tel Aviv’s most adored spots. The dimly lit room, candles and plush bar stools create a cozy and charming atmosphere that complement the menu perfectly. The wine list is extensive, and no matter what you are looking for the charming bartender will help you navigate the immense selection. And, if you are hungry, there’s a full menu of Italian classics to choose from. Jaja Vino, Shabazi Street 44, Tel Aviv, Israel +972 3-510-0620
Shopping
The best Concept Store of Tel Aviv in the trendy Neve Tzedek neighborhood. Including an hairdresser.
Shabazi St 13
13 Shabazi St
The best Concept Store of Tel Aviv in the trendy Neve Tzedek neighborhood. Including an hairdresser.
Sightseeing
Western Wall Considered by many to be the holiest site in the Jewish religion, the Western Wall – or Kotel HaMaaravi in Hebrew – is the last remnant of the Second Jewish Temple. The temple was expanded upon by Herod the Great, and the ancient wall has absorbed continuously the centuries-old cries of the Jewish people’s prayers. Walking through the heart of Jerusalem, over the cobblestones and up to the wall, even the most cynical cannot hold back the flood of emotion as the combined wave of ancient history and religious fervor come crashing down. While there, don’t forget to leave a note containing your deepest prayers in between the cracks of the wall.
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הכותל המערבי
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Western Wall Considered by many to be the holiest site in the Jewish religion, the Western Wall – or Kotel HaMaaravi in Hebrew – is the last remnant of the Second Jewish Temple. The temple was expanded upon by Herod the Great, and the ancient wall has absorbed continuously the centuries-old cries of the Jewish people’s prayers. Walking through the heart of Jerusalem, over the cobblestones and up to the wall, even the most cynical cannot hold back the flood of emotion as the combined wave of ancient history and religious fervor come crashing down. While there, don’t forget to leave a note containing your deepest prayers in between the cracks of the wall.
Independence Hall or known as Beit Haatzmaut is housed in one of Tel-Aviv’s first buildings, on the plot of land on which the drawing of lots took place (April, 1909). This specific plot of land was drawn by the city’s first mayor, Meir Dizengoff. In 1930, after the death of his wife Zina, Dizengoff founded an art museum in his home in her memory and opened it to the public in 1932. Four years later he initiated a wide-ranging renovation of the building, orchestrated by architect Carl Rubin. The building served as the Tel-Aviv Museum until 1971, when it moved to its new premises. location. On the 5th day of Iyar 5708, May 14th 1948, the day before the British Mandate in Palestine was to expire; members of the Provisional State Council assembled in the museum and declared the establishment of the State of Israel. In 1978, on the 30th anniversary of the State of Israel, designer David Gafni recreated the Declaration Hall in the Tel-Aviv Museum, after receiving the approval of the Beit Hatanach (Bible Museum). The same year the declaration ceremony was reconstructed in the presence of the then president of Israel, Ephraim Katzir, Knesset Speaker Yitzhak Shamir and Prime Minister Menachem Begin. During the ceremony a scroll was signed which announced the establishment of Heichal Haatzmaut (Independence Hall) Museum, under the sponsorship of the Eretz-Israel Museum, Tel-Aviv. In 2010, in view of the Beit Haatzmaut Law (2009) and on the initiative of the National Heritage Program in the Prime Minister’s Office and the State Archivist, a program for planning, restoring and preserving Beit Haatzmaut and turning it into a national museum was initiated. The building is managed by the Tel-Aviv Municipality through the Eretz-Israel Museum, Tel-Aviv. A public council appointed by law and an academic advisory committee assist them in the management, preservation, restoration, and exhibition planning. With the inception of planning, a documentation portfolio was prepared by architect Nili Gal-Master and the researcher of Tel-Aviv’s history, Shula Vidrich. The documentation portfolio can be partly seen on the Tel-Aviv Municipality Internet site/units and departments/city architect
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Independence Hall at the Shalom Mayer Tower
16 Rothschild Blvd
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Independence Hall or known as Beit Haatzmaut is housed in one of Tel-Aviv’s first buildings, on the plot of land on which the drawing of lots took place (April, 1909). This specific plot of land was drawn by the city’s first mayor, Meir Dizengoff. In 1930, after the death of his wife Zina, Dizengoff founded an art museum in his home in her memory and opened it to the public in 1932. Four years later he initiated a wide-ranging renovation of the building, orchestrated by architect Carl Rubin. The building served as the Tel-Aviv Museum until 1971, when it moved to its new premises. location. On the 5th day of Iyar 5708, May 14th 1948, the day before the British Mandate in Palestine was to expire; members of the Provisional State Council assembled in the museum and declared the establishment of the State of Israel. In 1978, on the 30th anniversary of the State of Israel, designer David Gafni recreated the Declaration Hall in the Tel-Aviv Museum, after receiving the approval of the Beit Hatanach (Bible Museum). The same year the declaration ceremony was reconstructed in the presence of the then president of Israel, Ephraim Katzir, Knesset Speaker Yitzhak Shamir and Prime Minister Menachem Begin. During the ceremony a scroll was signed which announced the establishment of Heichal Haatzmaut (Independence Hall) Museum, under the sponsorship of the Eretz-Israel Museum, Tel-Aviv. In 2010, in view of the Beit Haatzmaut Law (2009) and on the initiative of the National Heritage Program in the Prime Minister’s Office and the State Archivist, a program for planning, restoring and preserving Beit Haatzmaut and turning it into a national museum was initiated. The building is managed by the Tel-Aviv Municipality through the Eretz-Israel Museum, Tel-Aviv. A public council appointed by law and an academic advisory committee assist them in the management, preservation, restoration, and exhibition planning. With the inception of planning, a documentation portfolio was prepared by architect Nili Gal-Master and the researcher of Tel-Aviv’s history, Shula Vidrich. The documentation portfolio can be partly seen on the Tel-Aviv Municipality Internet site/units and departments/city architect