Tel Aviv ID card
- Area: 52 km² Population: 444 inhabitants (600 million in the agglomeration Density Mayor: Ron Huldai (Labor Party), since 1998.
Tel Aviv neighborhoods
La Dizengoff Street is sort of the Aviv. Lots of shops, restaurants and cafes with terraces. Always very lively, day and night.
North of Dizengoff Square, on either side of Frishman Street, and up to Frug Street, look up and you will see some fine examples ofBauhaus buildings, some of which have been very well restored.
Continuing north, you cross Gordon Street. Quite a few art galleries in this area, to be discovered along the tree-lined streets leading to the sea.
Le Rothschild Boulevard, c & rsquoAviv of tomorrow (remember that forecasters are betting on 4 million inhabitants by 2025).
Neve Tsedek, between Jaffa and the center of Tel Aviv, is an old small village with houses dating from the Deviv. Between 1887 and 1896, well DéDellal evoke it nicely.
Today & rsquorestos, galleries ofDellal, a Mecca for contemporary dance and theater in Israel, whose creation in 1989 helped boost the neighborhood; friendly. There is also a café terrace on a small square, away from traffic.
On the edge of the neighborhood, at n ° end.
South and east of the city
Le Florentin district, in the south of the city, between Herzl Street and the Déy on Saturday morning, when the metal curtains of the craftsmen are drawn down and the district turns into a real open-air museum. Here, with all the fury of the suspension, the most talented artists of street art have expressed themselves (the perimeter of their works is roughly inscribed from north to south of Eilat to Ma'on and from west to east of Eifelet to Markolet). You will easily find a guided walk, if you want to be sure you don't miss out on the major works.
North-east of the Florentin district, the shouk Levinsky, which stretches along Levinsky Street, mainly between HaHalutsim in the east and HaShuk in the west. This is where you can find delicatessens and stalls of dried fruits and spices belonging mainly to Jewish merchants of Iranian origin.
To the west extends theAmerican Colony. Just after Beit Immanuel Christian, at the corner of the street, a few surviving wooden houses from the 19th century bear witness to the presence of American immigrants who arrived here in 1866 under the leadership of John Adams, the preacher of a messianic sect. A secret corner, now completely offbeat given the architectural fever that has gripped the neighborhood.
With its promontory overlooking the sea, Jaffa seems to embrace Tel Aviv with its benevolent gaze. This is Aviv, that it all beganAviv, the current Neve Tzedek.
Today & rsquoAviv, multi-faceted. Jews and Arabs live there in an atmosphere above the port rises old Jaffa, a network of alleys bordered by old Ottoman residences, like the Grimaldi palaces in Monaco, and in which reside the wealthy Israelis who rehabilitated them.
Further south, this museum, and that's a shame.