A gritty section of town that once served as a base to Greek and Turkish Jewish immigrants in the ’20s and ’30s is experiencing a slow and steady hipster renaissance. Moving away from the high rental costs of central Tel Aviv, musicians, artists, and students adopted the neighborhood and are bringing a youthful vibe that’s felt in the street graffiti, vegan eateries, and plant-filled green balconies. Spend an afternoon exploring the Levinsky Market and the evening in the colorful bohemian bars.
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