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What you should know about Rothschild Boulevard

This expansive street begins from the southeast of Tel Aviv and reaches the grand Habima Theatre to the north, and is home to massive corporate structures of glass and steel and white-bricked Bauhaus buildings alike. Rothschild Boulevard is one of the liveliest, most modern districts in this bustling Israeli city. Crowds of tourists wander up and down the tree-lined central strip night and day; join them while visiting World Heritage Site locations, uniquely designed avenues, and a wide variety of shops and restaurants.

Hotels in Rothschild Boulevard

Although there are Rothschild Boulevard hotels along the central street, there’s also a range of accommodation on the outskirts nearer the coast, should you want to be closer to Tel Aviv’s blissful beaches. To be in the midst of the action, choose the 4-star Rothschild 71—this well-loved hotel has warmly decorated rooms and décor to make you feel right at home. The Diaghilev Live Art Hotel, also another luxury option on the street, has its own art gallery to admire. But explore the borders of the district for budget Rothschild Boulevard accommodation, such as the 3-star Galileo Hotel or Lenis Hotel.

Things to see in Rothschild Boulevard

Learn how modern Israel came into being with a trip to the Independence Hall Museum. Stand in the very place where the independence declaration was signed in the mid-20th century, and go on a guided tour to discover the steps which led to this monumental moment. The boulevard itself is also steeped in contemporary history. View elements of Tel Aviv’s “white city”; a renowned collection of about 4,000 Bauhaus buildings, from skyscrapers to simple apartments, characterized by strong lines, basic shapes, and, of course, the color white. There’s plenty of fascinating art galleries if you’re hungering for more amazing sights. One popular choice is the Joseph Bau House, where you can view modern art inspired by Hebrew script, which shone through during one of Europe’s darkest eras. Shoppers should wander through the Nachlat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall for artisan crafts and authentic Israeli tastes, while visitors looking for sun and sand can visit the popular Jerusalem Beach.

Good for couples

This busy street flows with the city’s best bars, cafes, and restaurants, as well as housing a number of cultural must-see sites. With everything you need in one location, as well as beaches just around the corner, you and your partner can enjoy a luxury Rothschild Boulevard hotel and have Tel Aviv’s best locations at your doorstep. The district is also perfect for solo travelers and sightseers—explore an extensive range of museums, galleries, and impressive architecture at your own pace when you travel to Rothschild Boulevard. Beachgoers can live it up here as well by choosing great-value accommodation steps away from the waterfront.

How to get to Rothschild Boulevard

Fly in to Tel Aviv by traveling to Ben Gurion Airport to the south. You can take a cab from here to Rothschild Boulevard, with a journey time of just over 20 minutes, or take the train on a non-stop journey to Nahariyya station, where you can then take bus 83 or 240 which will drop you off just minutes away from the main area. Although teeming with visitors, the boulevard is still easy to walk around with its wide pedestrian pathways, with a total length spanning over a mile. However, there are also bus stops at convenient locations throughout.