Spent some time walking along the famous street as part of a tour of Tel Aviv. Listening to our guide's narrative helped to better understand the boulevard's important place in history and its significance in the city's development.
Nice part of the city , tree lined with street entertainment . We were fortunate to hear The Israeli Opera perform . It's interesting to see the architecture whilst having a relaxing walk
It's one of the best streets in Tel Aviv. It makes for a nice walk, with some nice restaurants and bars along the boulevard.
Almost like all the boulevards in Tel Aviv it is wide and very walkable with lots of bars and restaurants on both sides, at night is very busy with people going around
people to watch,place to eat-lots of good restaurants.if you go to the centre of the city-you get to Habima Theatre and then Dizengoff Centre.Opposite way-you get to the Carmel Market and finally the sea.there are some cultural events as well-last week it was a free opera