HaTachana, Tel Aviv
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Once a bustling railway station on the road connecting Jerusalem to the coast, HaTachana today serves a new purpose: a pedestrian complex filled with entertainment and shopping options. Built in 1892 as one of the first railroad stations in the region, the compound remained abandoned from when Israel established statehood in 1948 until its refurbishment in the early 21st century. Admire the historic buildings, get a charming souvenir, go for drinks and a delicious meal, or catch one of the live performances often held in the complex. Make HaTachana part of your personalized Tel Aviv itinerary using our Tel Aviv tourist route planner.
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Israelis talk about HaTachana proudly but there's really nothing there. A few shops and restaurants. You can pass.
lindo lugar,alto astral,bem familiar, com criancas ,adultos e idade intermediaria.lugares simpaticos e gostosos para comer e boas lojas de compras. tem uma loja de blocos de madeira para quebrar a cab... read more »beautiful place, high spirits, familiar with children, adults and intermediate age. and delicious places to eat and good shopping stores. have a store of wooden blocks to break your head and thinking much.. worth itshow original
לא נותנים להכנס עם אופניים וכמובן אין חניה לרכב. היינו צריכים לחפש גלידה במקום אחר בסוף אכלנו גלידה בדוקטור לקבל ביפו.
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