Dizengoff Street, Tel Aviv
Categories: Shopping, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
The beating heart of Tel Aviv, Dizengoff Street runs parallel to the city's beach, offering restaurants and shopping galore. Stroll down this lively thoroughfare, stopping at unique independent boutiques, cafes, restaurants, and of course, Israel's first mall. Dotted with trendy stores, galleries, and bridal stores, the area allows you to explore at your own pace, making the most of your sightseeing experience before stopping someplace quiet for a well-earned snack, drink, or full meal. Using our custom trip planner, Tel Aviv attractions like Dizengoff Street can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Very pleasant to have a walk and window shopping along this main road with a big choice of restaurants and boutique shops from every kind
This street must be one of the main centres of commerce and humanity in Tel Aviv. Everything is here: banks, shops, restaurants/cafes bars, hotels, Dizengoff shopping mall. Bus number 5 from Central B... read more »
It's a street full of life especially in the evening or at night. Not as nice as it used to be many years ago. Many years ago it was an elegant street popular with the local nice people and artist. No... read more »
Great atmosphere for having a good cup of coffee or sitting on your laptop, studying or working. The place offers free wifi and the staff is awesome! Highly recommend!
Great location and space to pop in for a quick bite or drink. Food was alright, the iced frappe coffee was delicious! Staff are really unfriendly and not helpful at all, probably fed up of people spending all day there on their laptops purchasing only one drink but it's not all of us!
Great place to come in with a laptop to get some work done. Come in early as the top floor - which is quieter - fills up early. Get some coffee, breakfast (served around the clock) or an actual meal. Food is standard, don't expect anything too superior - come in for the atmosphere and chance to get work done in a nice place.
Nice cafe / restaurant in the heart of Tel Aviv. The food is just OK, but it's cheap. Another plus is that it has a whole floor for students. This one is the best among the other branches and the most famous.
Very small. Has out door seating too and an upper floor. Very chic. Lots of real tel Aviv people go here if u wanna get the real Aviv experience.
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