From the south Tel Aviv neighborhood of Florentin to the Old North, Tel Aviv is filled with various neighborhoods each offering a unique vibe, layout and history. Neve Tzedek, one of the first neighborhoods of the city carries a beautiful history seen in the architecture and historical buildings. Tel Aviv also houses the most Bauhaus buildings of any city in the world, with many UNESCO protected heritage buildings scattered throughout the various Tel Aviv neighborhoods, telling their own story through architecture. Exploring each Tel Aviv neighborhood tells a different story, and is worth exploring. Walking along the well-known Rothschild Boulevard, one of the best pedestrians walking streets that makes it easy to walk and take in all the sights, sounds and smells of the city. Exploring the beach along the “Tayelet” (boardwalk) in another way to make the most out of Tel Aviv neighborhoods and explore each area. Here is some further details on specific Tel Aviv neighborhoods, including what to see, eat and visit while exploring.