3 Stunning Tel Aviv Parks To Hang Out In

If you’re a big fan of nature, you’ll no doubt love the stunning Tel Aviv parks we’ve compiled on our list today. From manicured lawns to impressively cut shrubs, you’ll surely find hanging out in these parks a treat. Many of these are child-friendly as well so you can also bring your family for an hour or two of picnic time. Read on below to find out more details!

HaYarkon Park

Photo credit from park's unofficial Facebook page.

This is the biggest park in Tel Aviv and no doubt the most striking one with its sprawling greeneries. The Yarkon river passes through the park so you can fish in there too. It’s also densely decorated with flowers and plants of all kinds which make it appealing to look at. The park gets a lot of visitors throughout the year and is a popular concert venue as well.

The HaYarkon Park is open 24 hours and is located in Tel Aviv, Yafo. For more info on the park, you can check out their site here.

Kiryat Sefer Park

Kiryat Sefer Park is another amazing park open to public use situated along Yehuda Halevi Street. This park is only a few years old having just opened in 2013. Originally, the municipality wanted to construct high-rise apartment buildings over the land. After 15 years of protesting, Tel Aviv residents and activists won in their bid to stop the apartment buildings construction.

The park offers a dog walk trail and outdoor gym equipment that’s free to use. There’s also a pool and grass patch people can lounge on.

Charles Clore Garden

Photo credit from park's unofficial Facebook page.

If watching sunsets by the sea are your thing then the Charles Clore Garden is a must visit. It’s the perfect place to chill out and feel the cool breeze of the sea. The park is also open to the public and is located just beside the Mediterranean Sea. Make sure to visit this park on the famed Herbert Samuel Street. For more info on the Charles Clore Garden, you can visit their site here.

Explore More

These are just some of the main parks you’ll find in Tel Aviv. To get to know more things about Tel Aviv you can explore, feel free to check out our post on the essential guide to Tel Aviv boulevards and other cool things you can do in Tel Aviv. Happy reading!

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