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2BR / 1Ba available jul 11

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Located in a very quiet street at the center of Tel-Aviv, only 1 minute walk to Tel-Aviv beach.

Free covered parking for each vacation rental apartment. Free Wifi

Brand new spacious (75m²) modern vacation rental apartments on a brand new building (since 2010) with an elevator.

Balcony (8m²) with a side view of Tel-Aviv beach.

On a brand new building, 1 min. walk to Bugrashov Beach. Luxury 75 m² air-conditioned suite, with 2 bedrooms (Queen size bed on each room with Sealy Posturepedic Mattresses), living room (with double bed open Italian sofa), bathroom and kitchen. Furnished to the full.

Amenities:

•Microwave •Full Kitchen •Oven •CD Player •Bathroom plus towels •DVD Player •Cable TV •Air Conditioning •Internet+Wi-Fi •Hair dryer •Iron and board •Linens Provided •Washer •Dryer •Coffee machine •Refrigerator •Ceramic stove (4 tops)

Location:

The location of our suite is a prime location (Quiet, central and 1 minute walk to the beach)

Walking distance from Tel-Aviv great locations in minutes:

13 minutes: Neve Tzedek. 8: Dizengof st., Rotchilde Blv. 7: Sheinkin st. 6: Bezalel Market. 5: Carmel Market., Nachlat Benyamin, Kerem HaTeimanim. 1: Alenby st, Yarkon st, Ben-Yehuda st. , Beach, Opera Tower.

Surface area : 75 m2/810 sqft, 3 rooms of which 2 bedrooms, Balcony ?(8 m2), Full Kitchen, Living room with dining area and bathroom.

1st Bedroom : Queen size bed of Maple wood, Sealy Posturepedic

Mattress, 15 m2/160 sqft. and large closet.

2nd Bedroom : Queen size bed of Maple wood, Sealy Posturepedic

Mattress, 10 m2/110 sqft and small closet.

Living room: Open double bed Italian leather sofa with thick mattress.

Tel-Aviv: As a major Mediterranean center, Tel-Aviv is a magnet for international tourism. Tel-Aviv has been called 'the city that never sleeps' due to its thriving nightlife and 24-hour culture. Tel-Aviv is celebrating 100 years these days !!

The city has a wide variety of restaurants offering traditional Israeli dishes as well as international fare. More than 100 sushi restaurants, the third highest concentration in the world, do business in the city, and an Italian restaurant in Tel Aviv was called the best Italian restaurant outside of Italy by the Italian Ministry of Agriculture.

The Carmel Market is the city's biggest marketplace, and a fascinating, enjoyable place to visit. It is basically one

crowded narrow alley with long line of colorful stalls standing on either side, and where vendors proudly (and loudly) presenting their goods. Here you can find almost anything imaginable for the lowest prices in the city, from different kinds of bread and pastry to delicious olives.

Beaches: Banana Beach. This is a great beach. Often, sports events are shown in the evening on a screen. The beach is inviting and very popular with hip mothers and the bohemian crowd. Great place to meet people, play backgammon, relax and read a book. The staff is nice and friendly, good looking too. During the summer there are movies shown here on a huge screen free of charge.

Gordon and Frishman beach. This lovely stretch of sand is probably the most popular of Tel Aviv's beaches. In the

summer there are sometimes parties and events on the beach itself or nearby and in the winter people can enjoy a walk down the beach and watch the waves crushing over the wave breakers. For a bit of sportive activity, try the volleyball court just off Gordon Beach, and for a touch of amusement for kids, try the beach playground off Frishman Beach.

Shopping: Opera Tower shopping mall. Opera Tower is located on the promenade of Tel-Aviv at the end of Alenby street,

Hayarkon and Herbert samuel streets by the beach. On a hot sunny day it is a perfect place to take a break in a cool air conditioning environment. The Tower has several restaurants, music and bookstores. On the first floor there are also cinemas. The sunsets from the fountain at the Opera Tower in the evening are beautiful.

Shenkin St. is one of the most popular streets in Tel Aviv, either for shopping or just for a coffee or light lunch.

The street is full of shops and cafés. Many Israeli designers have small shops there. Whether you are looking for a smart suite or presents for your kids, you will have a wide selection on this street. Sheinkin St. is mostly recommended to go on Fridays, as there's a lot happening !! Lots of people all over, Music (mostly when the weather is good which is most of the year), Lots of nice cafes, nice shops and great atmosphere.
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