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Tel-Aviv Port

Namal Tel Aviv was once a flourishing commercial harbour. It was built in 1936-1938, but it didn’t operate successfully for long. International conflicts like WWI and WWII and local distress caused the port to close in 1965. It remained in neglect until 2002 when architect Orna Angel begun attracting merchants to the neighbourhood, converting the old hangars into restaurants, shops, and nightclubs. The wavy wooden promenade – a highlight of the Tel Aviv Port today and the largest of its kind in Israel – was constructed in 2008.

Today, Namal Tel Aviv is a leisure destination for all ages. It attracts thousands of tourists every day, including families with children. It has all kinds of things to do for the little ones, including a merry-go-round, rollerblade skating on the wooden decks, free yoga classes, and more.

The Namal Food Market at Hangar 12 is a must for foodies, and there’s also an outdoor farmers’ market selling fresh seasonal produce every Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Tel Aviv Port. Several restaurants complete the culinary offering at the harbour.

You will love the shopping experience too: there are many fashion boutiques but also artisan shops.

Website: http://www.yarid-hamizrach.co.il/english/

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