Rothschild Blvd is one of Tel Aviv’s central boulevards, a wide street with a designated promenade for pedestrians and bicycle surrounded by a variety of cafés, restaurants, kiosks, and some of Tel Aviv’s most impressive Bauhaus architecture, at the heart of the “White City”.
The Carmel Market is the largest open market in Tel Aviv and the best place to buy fresh food and wonder around. Next to the market lies the Yemenite Vineyard, a small neighborhood with charming little streets and typical Yemenite restaurants.
Rabin Square is the main open public square in Tel Aviv and the most famous one. On its eastern side lies the popular Ibn Gvirol Street, crowded with many outdoor cafes that remain open until late at night.