Tel Aviv districts
The map shows that the districts of Tel Aviv divide the city into 9 parts, but it is more interesting for tourists to know how the city is conditionally divided into districts and quarters..
Names and descriptions of major areas
- The old city of Jaffa: interesting with the Clock Tower, the remains of the fortress wall, the Ilana Gur Museum (has a personal Gur collection, which consists of paintings, ceramics, photography, modern sculpture), a tourist route “Horoscope Trail” (tourists are expected to explore the streets that bear the names of the zodiac signs; on the Jaffa Bridge of Wishes, you should approach your sign to make a wish) and the Old Port (it is worth renting a boat to go on a boat trip and admire Tel Aviv's beaches). A flea market offers antiques and pure cotton clothing, while the port market will delight visitors with a rich selection of seafood..
- White City: famous for its many 2-3 storey buildings (located along Rothschild Boulevard), decorated with columns and roof gardens (this splendor should be captured in the photo).
- Neve Tzedek: a walk in this area should be combined with a visit to local attractions - jewelry shops, a house of a dance ensemble “Bat Sheva”, entertainment center “Tahana”, center of ballet and theatrical art “Susan Dalal”, Museum of Nahum Guttman (tourists will be interested in viewing the exhibition, consisting of photographs and paintings of this artist, and works and household items of the Rokah family), as well as the Shlusha Bridge.
- Florentin: The area is home to underprivileged students and youth with inexpensive bars, pubs and eateries.
- City (business district): its important site is the Tel Aviv Brokerage Exchange.
- Ramat Aviv: quiet and prestigious area with the Israel Museum, Tel Aviv University, shopping center “Ramat Aviv”. And those who wish are taken to the area where archaeological excavations of the ancient settlement of Tel Kasile were carried out.
Where to stay for tourists
Neve Tzedek is considered the best area for tourist accommodation - this is a fairly respectable area, where it is quiet, there are small cafes and old buildings like a cinema. “Eden”.
Interested in shopping? Hotels located on Dizengoff Street are suitable for you - boutiques and a large shopping center are concentrated here (on average, accommodation in a 4-star apartment will cost at least $ 150). And hotels 2 times cheaper can be found on Allenby Street (known for the Carmel market), but it should be noted that it is noisy and not very clean here..
Do you want to plunge into the atmosphere of legends and feel the exoticism of the city? Look for hotels in the Jaffa area (shabby buildings are compensated by the opportunity to visit an open-air museum). If you wish, you can stay in a hostel here, a double room in which tourists will cost $ 50-80.
As for travelers with an average income, they should be advised to take a closer look at the hotels in the Ramat Aviv area..