The stone and wood boardwalk that runs up and down Tel Aviv's beachfront from Jaffa to the north side is one of the most used thoroughfares in the city. It's a bustling spot at any time of day, filled with cyclists, sun-worshipers, strollers and the occasional busker. Considering the importance of beach life here, a jaunt down the boardwalk might just be the perfect way to introduce yourself to the city.
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It's called the Tayelet which translates as Promenade. It runs between the Port in the north to Jaffa in the south roughly 5 km (3 miles). It is the place to be in this city, where you will see all types of people who live here. Busiest mostly on Saturday mornings, there is folk dancing in front of the Renaissance Hotel.