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Kerem Ha-teimanim is a predominantly residential neighbourhood in the Israeli capital of Tel Aviv. It takes its name from its great heritage of wine production; a fact this is demonstrated by the English translation of Kerem Ha-teimanim – ‘Vineyard of the Yemenites’. This lively part of town is filled with street cafes and many examples of classic Jewish customs. Indeed, it is widely believed that the neighbourhood is the home of the largest Jewish community in the world. Such a rich history and culture is best observed at close-quarters, and what better way to do that than by staying in your very own holiday apartment in Kerem Ha-Teimanim?
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Despite a medieval look, the main areas of the neighbourhood were built in the late 19th century. The district has the honour of being the first area of Tel Aviv to be built outside the picturesque port of Jaffa. Unlike other parts of this great city, life is calm and relaxed. Whilst much of Tel Aviv has modernised, this picturesque neighbourhood has its roots still planted in a bygone age, and that makes it truly unique within the relatively young nation of Israel. Replete with beautiful buildings and charming side streets, the best way to enjoy a trip to Kerem Ha-teimanim is by renting a holiday apartment in Tel Aviv. Properties on the 9flats website are clean, well-equipped and filled with all the creature comforts you’re probably used to at home.
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Whilst this pretty neighbourhood is a picture of tranquility, it is surrounded by the hustle and bustle of modern city life. The Carmel Market and the popular Allenby Street are real hives of retail activity. Local traders sell locally produced goods of all descriptions, and bargaining skills could allow you to pick up a few bargains! Located only a short walk away is Kikar Magen David – and area of the city where culture and history can be seen at every turn. There is no doubting that this part of Tel Aviv is steeped in history and many years of culture. Immerse yourself in local life by renting holiday accommodation in Florentine via the 9flats website. Because most of the properties on the 9flats website are located in genuine residential neighbourhoods, you will get the chance to live side-by-side with local people – the only way to get an authentic glimpse of local cultures and customs.
If you’re currently considering couchsurfing in Kerem Ha-teimanim as a way of saving money and seeing the real Tel Aviv, take a look at the 9flats website first. The service is similar to the couchsurfing phenomenon, but it adds the element of luxury. It also means you can rent an entire property without the need to share with others.
Latest reviews for places in Tel Aviv-Kerem Ha-teimanim
Modern, clean, well designed!Alexander reviewed Bugrashov 71 - New, Central, Beach! in Kerem Ha-teimanim
Great location and appartement, defenitely a good place to start your travel adventure in tel aviv! We will come again for sure!Julia reviewed Garden apartment by the beach in Kerem Ha-teimanim
if you are searching for a place close to the beach, this is the best adress! You just have to cross the street and within 1 minute you are there.Shoshanah reviewed Garden apartment by the beach in Kerem Ha-teimanim
The bed is comfortable, its clean, fresh towels and soaps and shampoos are available.
The apartment is located also not far away form the city center, so you can walk.
If for my next trip this place wasn't already occupied, I would book it again!
I warmly recommend it!
This review is not related to the apartment 26 dizingoff, because Holiday Rentals TLV gave us another apartment (http://holiday-rentals.co.il/apartments.html?id=1&type=4&selected=116#open) a few days before arrivle. It was ok, because the new apartment was close to the other one and we paid the same price for an even bigger apartment, still that was a bit strange.
The location, 28 Ruppin, was just fine. There is a supermarket and a cash mchine around the corner, you can walk to the beach is three minutes. The only thing we missed were some basics in the kitchen, at least salt/pepper/sugar would be helpful, so we had to buy everything, which is bit annoying, if you stay only for a few days, but I think that is only an extra, nothing which ruins a holiday. ;)Sebastian reviewed 26/6 Dizingoff St. in Kerem Ha-teimanim