The “vineyard”

One of Tel-Aviv’s biggest and most famous markets is the “Carmel” market. The Carmel market offers food, clothes, housewares, souvenirs and more. It’s a colorful, fun place to visit while in Tel-Aviv. The Carmel market is located pretty much in the city center, in a neighborhood call Kerem Ha-Teimanim, which literally translates into “The Yemenite … More The “vineyard”

Edinburgh’s Scene

My journey did not end in London. After spending about a month there I continued to Edinburgh, which was my actual destination, as I am moving there to study. Truth be told, I knew very little about Edinburgh. I was accepted to Uni there, but I have never been before, and I was slightly apprehensive. … More Edinburgh’s Scene

London’s Finest

After telling you about a few of less obvious picks for London, I’m gonna share a short list of cafes I liked best. All of which are located in central, well known areas in the city. Nordic Bakery I came across this place by accident, while I was trying to get to Farm Girl Cafe … More London’s Finest

Urban display

It is no secret that the best place to see street art in London is Shoreditch. For those of you who are less familiar with the city, Shoreditch is a trendy, artsy neighborhood at the east of London. Shoreditch is a pretty industrial area with a raw, hipster vibe to it. Though I am a … More Urban display

Floral

The concept of flower shops that are also cafes is no longer a new one, however it’s still a trendy one. Israel, if I haven’t mentioned it before, can be a little slow when it comes to picking up on trends, but once it does, it usually rocks when it comes to their execution, as … More Floral

Coffee and Books

I’ve told you before about my passion for books, and that I find the combinations of coffee shops and book stores is kinda perfect, so after introducing you to the New York option, lets talk about what Tel-Aviv has to offer. The Little Prince The Little Prince (or Hanasich Hakatan, in Hebrew) is located on … More Coffee and Books

TLV chic

Though generally speaking, Tel-Aviv is a pretty informal city, we do have some cafes that are a little more high end than others. By high end I mean places that have a more crisp-modern atmosphere to them, as opposed to the usually slightly hipster laid back vibes most places here have. Although as I mention … More TLV chic