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HaBima Square is an urban playground for city-lovers
Fitzroy is a terrific seaside restaurant, that you'll actually love. The view is as beutiful as the meals are delicious. Although it's top notch, the place is still down to earth
The original city emblem of Tel Aviv is featured on the more modern city logo, that was adapted following Tel Aviv's centennial year
The new branch of the well established Goocha sea food restaurant is wonderfully designed, giving you a great feeling just by walking in. The smell of cooked sea food is omnipresent - not suitable for all kinds of noses
Strolling through this boulevard, you will understand that it holds a rare combination of locals who feel abroad and tourists who feel at home
Tel Aviv is known for its coffee places. There's an inside joke about the fact that Starbucks failed to enter the Israeli market, since the coffe was already too good to begin with. Nahat Cafe is situated right on the sweet-spot of Dizengoff Square - a little further away from the busy street noises and between the caressing sunlight and the cool shadow of a ficus tree