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Like any big city, Tel Aviv is constantly renewing itself, expanding and growing. There are some amazing neighborhoods in this city, and the Kikar Rabin area is full of hidden gems. Discover the variety of offerings in this central, historic neighborhood.
Easily accessible from other neighborhoods, this area is associated with Rabin Square, named after former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, who was assassinated here in 1995. Home to city hall, the square has been through renovations and provides wonderful shady areas for a sunny afternoon and hosts national events.
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is home to modern and contemporary art. From Kandinsky to Chagall, you can find paintings, sculptures, installations and photography exhibits here. This museum has come a long way since 1932, when the first mayor of Tel Aviv, Meir Dizengoff, founded it. Be sure to check out their current exhibitions.
Kikar Rabin isn’t the only spot in the neighborhood to bask in the sunshine. Gan Ha’ir, or The City Park, is a great green patch to relax, listen to the live music that is sometimes being performed and see some tails wag at the dog park.
Ben Gurion Boulevard is lined with small café kiosks and benches. Take a seat, breathe in the Tel Aviv air and enjoy.