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HAYARKON CORNER VIEW TO THE SEA SUBLET - 646 616 6728 Home / HaYarkon Corner View To The Sea Sublet - 646 616 6728

    This apartment faces the Hilton Hotel and north beach

    a tourist mecca near the new Tel Aviv port

    Average price per night € 64

    This apartment faces the Hilton Hotel and north beach

    Guests 3

    1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom

    Area 32 m 2

    3rd Floor

    Rates starting at € 64

    Average price per night € 64

    a tourist mecca near the new Tel Aviv port

    This apartment faces the Hilton Hotel and north beach

    a tourist mecca near the new Tel Aviv port

    What's in it?

    The owner is a designer and has made this the spot for fun and sun near the beach. It has parquet floors, the kitchen is smartly designed and very compact with everything you will need and there is a workspace if you want to check in to the real world and do some work. Your choice!

    This is a sublet choice and it means you get a great price for an apartment which you sublet from someone and it means you will have a great apartment and you will feel like a guest !

    What is the area like?

    This is a tourist mecca with the Hilton Hotel close by in the north beach area. The newly renovated Tel Aviv port is within a few minutes walking distance and has the tourist in mind with everything from food to fun. You can cross the street to a large park that was recently updated and has great paths to the beach as well as seats to view the sunset over the Med. The boardwalk begins near the port and goes along the water's edge all the way to the beaches and south to Old Jaffa.

    What shall I have for lunch?

    The Tel Aviv marina has some great choices for coffee to fresh fish and pasta choices. Some of my favorites are on the beach overlooking the water. Goocha is a nice and affordable fish and seafood restaurant located on Dizengoff Street. If you just feel like a nibble, they offer paper cones filled with chips, fried calamari and fried shrimps, for up to NIS 25. You can walk down Dizengoff Street and do some window shopping, while you eat some crispy seafood. A memorable and fun experience.

    Where can I empty my wallet?

    The new port has some great shops for Israeli streetwear and beachwear options. The port is less busy than the mall and what a view while you stroll along the largest wooden pier in the world. "Man overboard." Watch the waves here because the spray is fantastic from your front row seats to the active tides here in a fun location at the northern end of the longest boardwalk in Israel. The other direction on Dizengoff Street will bring you to the Dizengoff Center. You will find more cafes, restaurants and local shops here such as, TNT, Castro and the Mashbir. Israelis love to shop and you can join them or just have fun people watching.

    Fun!? Funky!? Trendy!? Sheinkin Avenue!?

    Local artisans sell their handmade crafts here amongst some of the best cafes and eateries in the city. Once you fill up here on local culture find your way through Neve Tzedek neighborhood to the boardwalk and back to the sea. You choose north to the room or south to old Jaffa.

    Arts and Entertainment?

    Becuase you are north try these two options near you. Eretz Israel Museum This museum focuses on the history and culture of the land and has exhibits in archaeology, folklore and traditional arts and crafts. You can learn for example how wine, oil and flour were manufactured traditionally. In the center of the museum complex rises Tell Qasile, one of the most fascinating and important archaeological sites in the Tel Aviv area. Two pottery shards from the First Temple period with Hebrew inscriptions were discovered on the hill. The park on the Hayarkon River has some green spots for a picnic or you can rent a boat for on the river in the city. You can go across the street very close to the Sportek with its sports fields and jogging tracks.

    Let's Get Practical

    The number 5 bus runs up and down both sides of the street from very early to very late and will take you along to the central bus station. The mode of transportation is by foot because everything you will need is only 10 minutes or so by foot. AM/PM is a 24 hour grocer and will bring your food stuffs back to stock up your fridge. Beer, wine and cheese and snacks can be found at the daily bazaar in the Carmel Shuk. ATMs are on every corner at the bank branches and will allow access to your accounts for exchange to shekels at the most current rates of exchange.

    You need only your beach towel because all along the best beaches you can rent chairs, lounges and umbrellas for the day for one low price, Keep your ticket because you can leave and come back again that same day!

    • Smoking
    • Pets allowed
    • TV
    • Internet
    • Wireless
    • Air Condition
    • Cable TV
    • Heating
    • Elevator
    • Handicap Accs
    • Pool
    • Kitchen
    • Parking
    • Doorman
    • Gym
    • Hot tub
    • Fire place
    • BreakfastArea
    • Washer
    • Dryer
    • Yard
    • Microwave
    • Oven
    • Refrigirator
    • DVD Player
    • Movie DVDs
    • Balcony


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    • Published: 13/03/2010

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