Florentin is bordered by Old Jaffa, Neve Sha’anan, Shabazi, Neve Tzedek, Giv’at Herzl, Jaffa, Shapira, and Lev HaIr. is an interesting combination of fashionable cool and solid, ethnic working class with a little raw around the edges.
In some parts of the neighborhood, 2 am feels like the middle of the afternoon and other parts remain traditional. This colorful neighborhood’s population is a mix of Designers, hippies, bohemians, foreign workers, local industry and local families.
The Focal Point of Florentin is Levinsky market, most of the merchants are from the mediterranean basin. Florentin’s streets devoted to a single product, such as bedroom furniture, kitchen accessories, cheap clothing and lightning. Everything here is custom made. On the other side, Florentin is a vibrant, dynamic and young. lots of students enjoy the restaurants, bars and coffee shops that open 24/7. The art street and graffiti are everywhere along with small galleries.
Levinsky Market – Specializing in spices and Mediterranean delicacies – Levinsky st.
Hadarim (rooms) – furniture and accessories – 48 Salame st.
Sandelwood – Homemade furniture – 28 Washington Blvd.
Pick Up – Chairs – 32 Kibbutz galuyot st.
Hostel – Hotel
Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv – A Very nice hostel that has privet room too
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Next on Tel Aviv’s neighborhood guide – Jaffa. stay tuned.