You are asking me very often, where to stay in Tel Aviv, so se my pluses and minuses for most popular areas to stay.
And then you can decide better.
❤️Historical place, Old city, closeness to the port, sea, flea market, lots of coffees and bars, that work at Shabbat, better for staying with friends, than with family.
💔Not all the houses are brand new, not very clean streets, Arab people historically live here.
❤️Cute narrow streets, many cafes on French manners, croissants, boutiques, closeness to the sea and the city center, family living.
💔High rental price, in season all packed.
Center, Rothschild Street
❤️You are in epicenter, many options for restaurants and cafes, options for staying-old houses, renovated, skyscrapers, affordable transport, rest with friends.
💔Large noise, vanity, bunch of bicycles, noise from airplanes.
❤️Available price, relative closeness to the sea and to the center, transport (Alenbi street), cheap bars and cafes, rest with friends.
💔High population density, less of greens, many people with dogs, psychological stuffiness (IMHO)
District of Dizengoff Street
❤️Transport, lots of housing and food options, Bauhaus buildings (for those who understands) relative closeness to the sea. Family living, rest with friends.
💔High population density, lack of bicycle lanes.
North Tel Aviv
❤️Well-groomed area, new houses, many housing options, closeness to the Ha-Yarkon Park, bicycles, family living.
💔High rental cost.
Herzliya, Netanya (the suburbs of Tel-Aviv)
❤️ Quiet, more well-groomed areas, family living, closeness to the sea, reasonable rental price.
💔Quiet Sabbat, no transport on Saturday, far from the epicenter.
❤️Available rental price, closeness to the sea, many options, family living.
💔No transport on Saturday, far from the epicenter.
It’s just my opinion, hope, I was useful!💋