Ben-Gurion, Blvd. is one of the prettiest streets in the center of Tel Aviv. It stretches from Even Gvirol on the east side, all the way to Gordon beach on the west. This street has many benches, small gardens, bike routes and Kiosks.
Kiosks are a huge thing in Tel Aviv and in recent years it’s become more trendy to sit with friends on a bench in the street with a coffee or fresh squeezed juice, than in a cafe.
Kiosk Cafe, very close to the beach, is a cool spot always packed with locals. I always walk there on the way to my gym and when I return I often indulge myself with their simply amazing ice coffee (which is generally a big hit in Israel and you must try it).
During the morning in the middle of the week you will find some people with newspapers, and workout outfits, while during the weekends you might come across live shows, dog gatherings and more.
Situated near the house of the first prime minister of Israel, David Ben-Gurion, this spot is perfect to relax at after a short visit to his house, which is a free museum, and from there you can walk to the beach and have a nice stroll!