A street with a long history, for strolling and enjoying the views.
The city's main thoroughfare
Rothschild Boulevard is Tel Aviv's spine, running from the Neve Tzedek district up to Habimah Theatre in the north. It's also one of the city's most important thoroughfares, not just because of the views it offers but because of its history. The residences of this the city's most exclusive neighbourhood are for the most part from the Bauhaus era between the 1920s and 1940s, architecture which has helped earn Tel Aviv the moniker of "White City." At number 16 you'll find Independence Hall, where on April 14, 1948 the state of Israel was officially proclaimed. And in point of fact, the first name of this boulevard was "the Street of the People."