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In recent years, lots of energy has gone into giving Jaffa’s Old City a tourism-triggered makeover, and the results are undeniably attractive. However, the real draw in this part of the city is considerably more dishevelled. Spread over a grid of streets south of the clock tower, Jaffa’s much-loved pishpeshuk or shuk ha-pishpeshim (flea market) is full of boutiques, laid-back cafes, pop-up bars and colourful street stalls selling vintage clothes and furniture, curios and the occasional antique.
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
The ultramodern ‘envelope’ building by American architect Preston Scott Cohen is one of many reasons to visit this impressive gallery located on the eastern edge of the city centre. There’s a huge amount to see here (including loads for kids), but the undoubted highlight is the superb collection of impressionist and post-impressionist art on the 1st floor of the main building, which includes works by Renoir, Gauguin, Degas, Pissarro, Monet, Picasso, Cézanne, Van Gogh, Vuillard, Matisse, Soutine and Chagall.
Joggers, cyclists, in-line skaters, footballers and frisbee-throwers should head for this 3.5-sq-km stretch of grassy parkland along the Yarkon River, which makes up Tel Aviv’s largest green space – its Central Park, if you will. The Sportek Centre, located here, has a climbing wall, basketball courts, a skate park and trampolines.