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The Top Things To Do In Tel Aviv By Yourself

The Top Things To Do In Tel Aviv By Yourself

Picture of Jess Fried
Updated: 9 February 2017
Tel Aviv is the perfect place to wander on your own. It’s just one of those cities where everyone is constantly moving and there is always something going on. Whether you feel like doing something completely alone or something with a group, there are options for all. Check out the top things to do by yourself in Tel Aviv; you won’t be disappointed!

Shuk HaCarmel

So many different shops, so little time! Shuk HaCarmel is the perfect place to visit by yourself. You don’t have to worry about what anyone else wants to do. You can go at your own pace; you won’t feel rushed, and you won’t need to worry about losing your friend in the crowd.

©Julien Menichini

Courtesy of Julien Menichini

The Beach

Sunshine, sand, and sea; what more can a person ask for? Looking for a relaxing day? Bring a book, some headphones and plop yourself down on the luscious sand. It’s the perfect way to spend a day alone but not actually alone as there are tons of people surrounding you doing the same thing.

©Ami Aviel

Courtesy of Ami Aviel

Dizengoff Center

The Dizengoff Center is a mall in the center of Tel Aviv. There are many things to do inside: go shopping, grab a bite, or even sit on a bench and people-watch. Best of all is that it’s indoors, which means air conditioning on those scorching Tel Aviv summer days.

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Courtesy of Itaifortis

Boardwalk

The boardwalk on the beach is one of the most common places you’ll see people running or biking. It extends for miles and has a beautiful view of the beach the whole way. In the summer months, take a stroll along the boardwalk around 7 pm, and you will see a breathtaking sunset.

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Courtesy of Mfa

Cafes

At every block and corner of Tel Aviv, there is another cute cafe awaiting your arrival. Grab a coffee, bring a book, or bring some work. That’s what these cafes are made for. Check out the top cafés to turn into your modern office.

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Courtesy of Orcohenn

Free Walking Tours

Had enough of being in full solitude? Join a free walking tour. Not only is it free, but you also have a chance to see the city and meet new people. No advance sign up necessary; just show up at the meeting point, and you’re good to go.

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Courtesy of yeon2ss

Hayarkon Park

Hayarkon Park is the Central Park of Tel Aviv. A beautiful park to take a walk through as the Yarkon River flows all the way from north Tel Aviv to the Mediterranean Sea. It’s the perfect way to spend your solitude day in the beautiful greenery.

©Avishai Teiche

Courtesy of Avishai Teiche