Frishman beach is clean and beautiful and has a very pleasant vibe: no wonder it’s one of the most popular beaches in Tel Aviv. Frishman street runs from the beach up to Kikar Rabin (Rabin Square). The street itself is lined with cozy cafes, shops and beauty parlors; adjacent small streets, on the contrary, offer peace and quietness in the middle of the city life.
Kikar Rabin is the main square of the city of Tel Aviv and home to the City Hall. Rabin Square is a center for social and cultural events, ceremonies, festivities and political rallies. A large fountain has recently been inaugurated in the square, along with lounge chairs for sunbathing in the summer sun. The Ecological water pool in Rabin Square became an attraction for children and families who come here to get a bit of nature within the bustling city.
The area is especially popular among French people. Central location, proximity to the sea and easy transport access make it a real estate hotspot in the city.