Hidden Gems for Tel Aviv
Find great things to do in Tel Aviv
It’s one of those small cities with a big city heart to explore. Tel Aviv is simply modern, vibrant and cosmopolitan. In our travel guide you will find great things to do in Tel Aviv.
1. Hidden Gem Tel Aviv: Neve Tsedek
Considered to be one of Tel Aviv’s prettiest districts, Neve Tzedek lies southeast of the Yemenite quarter and the famous Carmel Market. Just wander around the attractive narrow streets, admire the restored buildings and enjoy a bite in the cute restaurants and cafes. Shabazi Street, the main axis of the neighbourhood, is brimming with local and international fashion brands, designer accessories and restaurants.
Neve Tsedek / © Instagram: ardenrubens
2. Hidden Gem Tel Aviv: Bucke Cafe
This lovely little cafe serves delicious healthy food and top notch coffee all for very reasonable prices. The traditional Israeli breakfast with egg, bread and spreads and all their sharing platters are simply mouthwatering. They also have one of the best chocolate chip cookies in Tel Aviv. Bucke Cafe is located in the center of Tel Aviv, right next to Habima theater, and has another location in the Old North neighborhood.
Bucke Cafe / © Instagram: pacalporkolt
3. Hidden Gem Tel Aviv: Carmel Market
This market, also called the Shuk Hacarmel, is the largest market in Tel Aviv. With dozens of stalls selling fresh meat, fish, fruit and vegetables, you can take in all the sights, sounds and smells the Carmel Market has to offer while hunting for the cheapest bargain. The hustle and bustle, vibrant noise, colors and smells and the authentic Middle-Eastern style atmosphere, all combine to make the Carmel Market a favorite place for everyone from tourists to locals.
Carmel Market / © Instagram: arcakeologist
4. Hidden Gem Tel Aviv: The Prince
This little rooftop hideaway overlooking Nahalat Binyamin has one of the best happy hour food and drink deals in the city. A real jewel that invites for a great night! The bar’s retro interior design and its great music create an amazing atmosphere. The Prince is located in an old building on Nachalat-Binyamin. It’s not that obvious where the entrance is so check the exact address before going into the building, and then climb up to the rooftop.
The Prince / © Instagram: Janfriedr