This is ideal for anyone who wants easy access to a first floor apartment. The apartment faces away from the street and has a cool, green quiet feeling. It is well secured and well kept by the owner, and often complimented on its clean appearance.It is ideal for 4 people, with a sofa sleeper couch and 1 bedroom. The bathroom has a shower, and the kitchen is well equipped with washing machine.
Surroundings What is the area like ?
The area is home to Habimah, the National Theatre of Israel, and also the Philharmonic Orchestra. King George and Dizengoff streets are a few minutes walk, and towrds Ben Yehuda, about 10 minutes walk to Frishman and Bograshov beaches.
What shall we have for lunch?
Two of Tel Avivs well known breakfast or brunch venues - Brasserie and Lechem Erez are nearby and offer fresh baked pastries and breads. There are also branches of Cafe Cafe and Cafe Landower in the area.
Where can I empty my wallet?
Head to Dizengoff Centre for local clothing brands like Castro, and Hamashbir department store. Along Kong George Street you will find clothing bargains and traders. Head down Bograshov for vintage clothes shops, trendy boutiques and high street fashions. On Ben Yehuda you will find souvenir shops.
Arts and Entertainment
Habimah Theatre has regular productions, chekc the local press or visit the ticket office. at Lev Dizengoff movie theatre there are usually films with English or French subtitles. Small neighbourhood bars are good for evening drinks and people watching in Tel Aviv.
Lets get practical
The apartment owner is well experienced with her fluent English and North friendly clients. On King George and Dizengoff Streets there are many bus lines all over the city, as well as English service ATMs.There is a private parking available for 15 shekels per day extra.