Vacation apartment in Ashkelon
Vacation apartments in Ashkelon
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Parks in Tel Aviv A vacation in Tel Aviv is the perfect combination between vibrant urban life and the exploration of green and delightful nature. Tel Aviv is full of parks and gardens where you can have a picnic or just lay in the Tel Aviv sun during your vacation:
Yarkon Park – at the top of the list is the largest park in Israel, Yarkon Park, which surrounds the center of Tel Aviv from the north and covers an area of over 3500 dunams! The park has endless green areas along the river with sailing boats, amazing bridges, bike paths and lots of other surprises.
Kiryat Safar Park – As a relatively new park, Kiryat Safar Park benefits from a fresh and modern design by the architect Ram Risenberg. Labago has a bio pool system with beautiful aquatic plants, a series of small waterfalls, community gardens, a local dog park and a spice garden. What are the highlights? 5,000 small treasure boxes are buried in the park, specially designed for children who come to kindergarten to find them!
Charles Clavier Park – Another wonderful park in Tel Aviv is Charles Clavier Park, which covers 120 dunams of land next to the water line! The park is integrated into the promenade of Tel Aviv’s beaches and every year major events such as the Pride Parade, markets and even the Eurovillage that was set up as part of the Eurovision celebrations are held there! The reasons for this are undoubtedly the vast green areas and the beaches that offer perfect views and spectacular sunsets.
Meir Gardens – named after the first mayor, Meir Dizengoff, Meir Gardens are located in a residential area in the city center and offer a pleasant green area to spend time in. In the garden there is a large cafe where you can drink coffee or have a snack, a dog park where all the dogs from the neighborhood come and a huge fish pond with green water plants. Near King George Street, one of Tel Aviv’s main streets, the gardens offer a peaceful green space away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
The Independence Garden – between Atarim Square and Nordau Boulevard, along the sea, the Independence Garden is located on the top of the Kurkar Ridge with a perfect view of the Mediterranean Sea. The Independence Gardens are home to notable sculptures and monuments, including the Peace Statue by Italian sculptor Piero Catara, the Airmen’s Memorial and the famous “Red Statue” by artist Dove Feigin.
The Hill Square – located between Yehoshua ben Nun, Shimon Hatersi and Yochanan Horkanos, the Hill Square is a small and intimate community garden spread over several floors decorated with intricate and diverse vegetation. It is recommended to come to the square with a good book or a cup of TA coffee to enjoy the comfort and peace away from the city.