A gritty section of town that once served as a base to Greek and Turkish Jewish immigrants in the ’20s and ’30s is experiencing a slow and steady hipster renaissance. Moving away from the high rental costs of central Tel Aviv, musicians, artists, and students adopted the neighborhood and are bringing a youthful vibe that’s felt in the street art, vegan eateries, and plant-filled green balconies. Spend an afternoon exploring the Levinsky Market and the evening in the colorful bohemian bars. The neighborhood is bounded by Eilat Street to the north, Salame Street to the south, Elifelet Street to the west, and HaAliya Street to the east.
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