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Dizengo Center

This commercial center sits on the intersection of Dizengo and King George streets in Tel Aviv. Dizengo Center has fashion, cosmetics, gift, tattoo, sports, mobile, optics, shoe, electronics and food & beverage stores.

Where? Dizengo 50 When? Sun-Thu: 09:00am-10:00pm, Fri 09:00am-3:00pm. Saturday nights: half an hour after Shabbat until 11:00pm. whom? All Ages How much? Entrance fees apply


Park Hayarkon and nearby attractions

Park Hayarkon is one of the largest and most beautiful urban parks in Israel. Entrance is free, but you have to pay for parking in most of its areas. The Park has many paid attractions like Memadion water park, the Exotic Gardens (Tropical Garden, Rock Garden and Topiary Garden) and more. The southern part of the Park has a (free) petting zoo, at Bavli Neighborhood. Next to the Park are Expo Tel Aviv (convention center) and the amusement park. The entire Park has paved paths for pedestrians, cyclists and joggers. In the evenings, hundreds of people visit this green lung on the banks of the Yarkon River. Along the park you can rent bicycles, boats (to sail on the river and the big lake) and more

Park Hayarkon

Park Hayarkon has great public transport access: it is within walking distance of Tel Aviv University Train Station as well as several bus lines on Rokach Boulevard and the Ayalon Mall area in Ramat Gan. Barbecues are permitted in two main areas - Rosh Tzipor Forest, between Ayalon and the Yarkon, and the area right next to the large parking lot in Ganei Yehoshua. Entrance to the Park, Tropical Garden, Rock Garden and Topiary Garden is free. The Memadion and Luna Park amusement park are paid attractions.


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