Tayelet is Hebrew for "promenade" and the Tel aviv Tayelet runs for two kilometers all the way from Jaffa in the south to Hatzok Beach in the north. The walkway is designed in a unique fluid, swirly design that is visible from planes that come in to land at Ben Gurion Airport and is situated on the corner of Herbert Samuel Boulevard in Tel Aviv, by the Yarkon River.
The Tayelet is often busy at all times of day, from early-morning runners to late-night revelers in peak summer season. Weekends and summer days see buskers, portrait artists and jewelry sellers trying to persuade passer-bys to part with their shekels. In the summer, street performances are common, adding a magical touch to the site. The view of the sea is enchanting at all times of the year and people from all walks of life can be found marveling at it's beauty throughout the day.
For the bikers among us, the Tayelet provides a perfect opportunity to avoid the fumes of the city and to take in the lovely view that sets the scene for the journey from one end of the city to the other.
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Categories : Things to do & Attractions
Make sure to do this walk from the port to Jaffa on a summer evening- a lovey way to spend an evening, taking in the milti-culturalism of this city...
The Tayelet/Promenade is the perfect stretch for a run, wlak or bike- from Ajami to the TA Port is approxmiately 10km long. As well as exercising, you get to encounter people from all walks of life...no matter what time of day/night
I LOVE walking this promenade early in the morning- there are always people about even at six in the morning- be it exercise enthusiasts, surfers wanting to catch the early waves, elderly people walking and even people returning from a night out- always pleasant