Thursday 30 January 2014

[Travels] The New Year’s Eve fell in love with Tel Aviv, Israel

What a better way than spending New Year’s Eve in a New destination?

Mural by the street artist Pilpeled

When you travel for the New Year’s holiday all the pressure of what to do, which parties to attend, and how to celebrate is gone! 

Me and my husband decided to explore a gorgeous city with a couple of friends and spend New Year's Eve in Tel Aviv :-)

We stayed @the Brown hotel (See my post here)

If you like street art, you can spot a large mural at the bar on the rooftop by the street artist Pilpeled (pictured above). While downtown, don’t miss the special southern neighborhood of Florentine and the huge show opened over the 7th floor of Tel Aviv’s central bus station, it will stay open till June 2014!

The extraordinary building of Tel Aviv museum of Art. Designed by the famous architect Preston Scott Cohen, it was selected in 2013 for In Pursuit of Architecture at MoMA! South of TLV, another amazing building is the Design Museum Holon by the Israeli architect Ron Arad. Unfortunately I did not have enough time to go there but I will, sooner or later!

Around Tel Aviv @Habima Square with my unique, precious, recycled VAHO Bag (Find more on my post here)

@Carmel market! known in Israel as “Shuk Ha'Carmel”. It is the heart of Tel Aviv's culinary culture

Relaxing with hummus and bread at Yulia restaurant, in the lively renovated Port area of TLV with a beautiful Mediterranean sea view!

Tel Aviv is listed as one of National Geographic's Top 10 Beach Cities in the world with eight miles (13 kilometers) of sandy beach literally steps from the town! It encompass the spirit of Telavivians: people strolling, dog-walking, jogging, biking, surfing, or stopping at one of the countless restaurants, kiosks and bars for a coffee and a bite. You can really feel the love of life and relaxed energy!

Off in the distance you can see the ancient port city of Jaffa

Cruising around the streets from crowd to crowd with a party atmosphere to spend the evening at the Israeli way. We ended up listening to good live music and celebrating the new year at Cafe Europa, the hottest spot in the Lilenblum st. sprawl, one of the most popular and trendy area of the city.  So cool!

The enchanting neighborhood of Neve Tzedek is a village oasis in the middle of buzzing Tel Aviv with narrow streets and original terracotta buildings lined with cozy cafes and restaurants, art galleries, and lots of trendy and fashionable local designers. My favorite for Shopping? This vintage handbag shop (I can not comprehend the name on the sign :-) and the Jewlery Lab DAVE+ESTY at Rabbi Yehuda Hasis St.

A lovely breakfast near the beach at the romantic Lulu Kitchen&Bar of Neve Tzedek

Amazing journey! I loved it!

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