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Central TLV LGBT friendly


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Two central streets of the city: Dizengoff and Allenby reveal their secrets. The walk begins at the Gay sex shop passes through Dizengoff Square and the LGBT community house and ends at a paradise sauna. On the way, you can visit the most stylish hair salon, eat the most delicious falafel for 6 shekels or a juicy hamburger for only 20 shekels.

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Evgeny Praisman (author)
I’m a professional historian and tour guide. I have visited almost 50 countries and more than 300 cities and share my routs through Pinsteps easily and with a big pleasure. Hope you will enjoy my pathways and share them with your friends!
Kade Wulff
Distance
2.45 km
Duration
1h 48 m
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Sexy Shop
Uploaded by Evgeny Praisman

Est. in 1996, SexyShop - the first gay and lesbian adult store in Israel is the most prominent and successful sex shop in the country today. This establishment has become a pillar of the local gay community. Work Hours:

Sun - Wed: 11:00 until Midnight Thu: 11:00 until 02:00 AM Fri morning: 11:00 until 16:00 Fri Night:? 22:00 until 02:00 Sat: 18:00 until 02:00

*Please note that in Israel the weekend consists of Friday and Saturday and not Saturday and Sunday. ** Changes in the work hours may take place in accordance with Israel’s national holidays.

Feel free to contact us with any question or inquiry: Phone: +972(3)5231796 (available during working hours) E-Mail: info@SexyShop.co.il Web: www.sexyshop.co.il Address: 150 Dizengoff St., Tel Aviv 63461, Israel

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Pulp
Pulp

Here is the flagship store in which you will find gifts and presents for every taste and with an exceptional design. These beautiful things are about Tel Aviv, about Israel, about the LGBT community, about the Parade and about life and love.

147 Dizengoff st. Tel Aviv, Israel Sun - Thu, 10:00 - 21:00 Friday, 9:30 - 15:00 https://pulp-shop.com/

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ATM
ATM

Despite the fact that credit cards are accepted everywhere, there should be cash. Do not forget that each withdrawal of money from ATM is subject to a commission of 6 shekels.

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Dizengoff Square
Uploaded by Evgeny Praisman

This square is named after Meir Dizengoff. He was the first mayor of Tel Aviv. He was born in the Russian Empire on the territory of modern Moldova. Her wife Zina was a great connoisseur of art. She died early, they had no children. They donated their art gallery to the city, on the basis of which the Aviv fan art museum was founded. On this square stood a fountain with rainbow colors. Today it has been moved to the Jacob Agam Museum, and the square has been restored in its original form.

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Dizengoff Center
Dizengoff Center

The most famous shopping center in the city. Inside you can get a little lost. Its floors rise in a spiral. If you go straight all the time, you can rise to the upper level. There are a lot of different things. Here are welcome and open to members of the LGBT community.

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LGBT Community Center
Uploaded by Evgeny Praisman

A hugely valuable resource for the LGBT community in Tel Aviv, based in Gan Meir. The Gay Center was established in 2008 under the premise that every person, regardless of age, race, or gender, has the right to live freely. The Gay Center exists as a safe environment for LGBT individuals to seek resources and stay connected with the LGBT community. We have full-time staff, interns, and volunteers that spearhead and facilitate events all over the city of Tel Aviv-Yafo. The world-famous Pride Parade typically starts from the Center every year!

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Falafel 6 Shekel
Falafel 6 Shekel

The most famous, tasty, and cheap falafel in the city. Falafel is deep-fried balls of crushed legumes (usually chickpeas, but not only), seasoned with spices. The dish comes from Egypt, is common in almost all cuisines of the Middle East, as well as in some regions of the Middle East and North Africa. In Israel, falafel is so famous that it is considered a national dish and a symbol of the country. It is often called the "Jewish hamburger."

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HaMisada Express
HaMisada Express

And here is the hamburger. Fresh, juicy, with chips and drink for only 20 shekels. Nothing more is needed. But if you are still looking for something special, then order a dish for 15 shekels. This is a folk eatery that keeps the traditions of Tel Aviv’s canteens in the mid-twentieth century.

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Sauna Paradise
Sauna Paradise

Paradise Sauna is an enchanting world with spa, a vibrant bar, topical evenings individual rooms, foam parties with dancers and amazing clip screens, DJ’s with the best club hits.

EVERY TUESDAY: bears, chubby, chaser and their lover's event from 6 pm to 12 pm. EVERY THURSDAY: Underwear/towel Party. https://www.saunaparadise.co.il/home-1.html

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