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The green lung of Tel Aviv. The place for running, cycling, and relaxing. 10 minuates walk from our property.
Pour les amateurs de verdure, footing, pédalo, ballades en barque et pique-nique
Множество тропинок, порщадок, парк ведет от Тель авивского порта до Каньён Аялон (шопинг центр) в Рамат Гане. Проходит по реке Яркон на которой можно покататься на лодочках и катамаранах. Беговые и велосипедные дорожки , здесь для детей много развлечений.
A green beautiful park, idial for running and romantic picnics. You can also hire a boat for an hour on the river.
Atlit - Tel Aviv-University stations in 50 min. you are at Tel-Aviv's largest Park HaYarkon (about 3500 dunam) with many attractions: boats, a climbing wall, balloon, playgrounds and much more. A train leaves once an hour. Activity from 5:13 am to 21:14 pm. Cost of one trip NIS 27.50 or NIS 40…
Great walking and biking trails and close to the sea! Check out the little zoo as well.
The largest park in Tel Aviv where you can go biking, walking, rent pedal boats, climb walls, play soccer, basketball and many other sports.
In the eastern part of HaYarkon Park lie the Rock Garden and the Tropical Garden. The Rock Garden in HaYarkon Park is one of the largest of its kind in the world at 10 acres. Showcasing Israel’s geological diversity with poetic descriptions for the amazing rocks which are displayed, the rock garden…
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