A few steps away from the bustle of the city with its traffic jams and honking horns awaits an oasis of relaxation that hasn't been seen since the days of the Templers themselves. Smart homes surrounded by fichus trees and lush lawns provide a magical sense of suspension from time and space. Here you will find wide, tree-lined paths that will make your steps light and your heart even lighter. In this oasis you will find select specialty stores featuring the best of brands and an unparalleled world of pleasure.
If you shut your eyes, you will easily be transported back to a time of elegance and of fantastic stories. Sarona is a place where yesterday, today and tomorrow converge and create an intangible magic. It’s the destination of 2014 – be sure to check it out.
Carmel Market & Nachlat Binyamin Artist Fair
The Carmel Market, or Shuk HaCarmel, is the most famous of all Tel Aviv’s marketplaces. In recent years, it’s even joined the ranks of Tel Aviv’s trendy spots for bars, restaurants, coffee shops and chef-owned food stalls. It’s no wonder Shuk HaCarmel is Tel Aviv’s largest and most centrally located Shuk: From hand-made Jachnun, a traditional Yemenite dish, to boutique cheeses, and from one-off cotton clothes to designer threads, HaCarmel has it all. Plan your visit around your taste buds and food preferences - salted fish, cured meats, Middle Eastern fare, fresh baked French pastries, and locally roasted coffee or fresh-pressed fruit or vegetable juice blends to wash it all down.
Nachlat Binyamin Arts Fair is the first and biggest of its kind in Israel. The market is original and renews itself with new products made by the artists and by new artists that join the market. All products are handmade and sold by the artists themselves making the visit to the market a very special one. It is full of very special and unique hand-made creations and designs, beautiful buildings, coffee shops, street performances and live music. All these make the fair a must in your itinerary and a great place to buy that special and original gift for the people you love and remember at home.
Basel is where Tel Aviv’s yuppies go to get the espressos, young mothers go out for a walk with their strollers, and in-the-know women come to get their designer and alternative clothing. It’s clean and chic the locals love it.
Tel Avivians always refer to the even shorter part between Yehoshua Bin Nun in the east and Sokolov in the west, and the surrounding little streets. It’s right in the heart of the Old North, but it’s so nice we decided to give it its own section.
Around the Basel square, whose official name is the City’s Builders’ Square, is where it’s all happening. The attractions are conveniently located around it and everything you want to check out is within a 1km radius. It’s more of a hangout/shopping area than anything else, and if you get here on Friday or Saturday late morning or early afternoon you’ll have trouble locating a spare chair to sit on, as it seems everyone and their sister is here.
The Apartments location is within walking distance from Carmel Market, Dizengoff Street, Rabin Square, Sheinkin Street, Nachalat Binyamin and only a few minutes walk from the sea.
Another great thing about these apartments is that everything you need is in close proximity to bars, shops, restaurants, clubs, cultural attractions and much more.
Although it is located in the heart of the bustling Central Tel Aviv, the Apartments are situated on a quiet residential street which sets it back from the hustle and bustle of a sleepless city.
Dizengoff Street in central Tel Aviv is one of the city’s most iconic streets. Originally described as the “Champs-Élysées of Tel Aviv”, but has suffered urban decay in 1970's. The principle reason for its decline is the opening of Tel Aviv’s most significant shopping mall, the Dizengoff Center in the southern portion of the street as well as changes to the configuration of Dizengoff Square.
In recent years, Dizengoff Street is blooming with numerous design shops, boutique clothing stores, cafe and restaurants opening up reviving up to its former glory.
Tel Aviv Port
Tel Aviv Port is an area of culture, entertainment and leisure activities. A huge wooden deck covers 14,000 sq.m. and acts as a huge promenade running along the seafront. Shaped like waves in the sea, this unique promenade becomes crowded, along with the rest of the port on weekends with families venturing out for great food, and in the evenings, with the numerous bars and clubs which have sprung up bringing in people
Shops at Namal Tel Aviv include popular Israeli fashion brands such as Castro and Replay, surf and sports shops such as Blue Bird, Oasics, and Adidas, and smaller boutiques.
Restaurants at Tel Aviv Port also range from full service cuisine through to cafes and coffee bars. And at any hour of the day, you can be certain that you won’t be the only one there.
Nightlife at Namal Tel Aviv is vibrant and The Port one of the busiest locations in the Tel Aviv nightlife.