Photographer's Note

Tel Aviv's promenade is running along its beaches, and is an integral part of the city's lifestyle and image as a sea town. Most of the city's bathing beaches and hiking paths are concentrated in the central part of its 14 kilometers of Mediterranean shore.
The Tayelet, also known as the Herbert Samuel Promenade (named after the first British governor-general under the Mandate) offers a great intro to Tel Aviv. Walking its length from the beach hotels to Old Jaffa gives you a great first look at the city. Y But the tayelet (Hebrew for "promenade") mainly offers great people watching. You'll see the beautiful people with their unbelievable fit bodies and elderly Russian ladies strolling arm in arm. You'll see families out for a swim, and Arab families doing the same, often with the mothers fully clothed. All along, you'll hear the sound of the surf and smell the salt air. When you get down to Jaffa, the view back of Tel Aviv is stunning.


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