Vicky Christina Tel Aviv

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Vicky Christina Tel Aviv: tapas and wine bar at the old trainstation

7 May 2016

In the mood for a Spanish night? Go to Vicky Christina Tel Aviv!

Nothing is more fun that a night full of tapas with friends! In Tel Aviv tapas and wine bar Vicky Christina is the place to go to. A popular hotspot in the Neve Tzedet neighbourhood. The old trainstation is, like in Jerusalem, transformed into a really cool hub: HaTachana. With all sorts of restaurants, bars and boutiques. Definitely worth a visit!

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Vicky Christina Tel Aviv is an open-air restaurant with a perfect lounge vibe. In the centre of the place you’ll find Tel Aviv’s oldest tree where the bar is build around. Or take a seat at one of the Spanish look-a-like small mosaic tables. In the background Spanish music is playing (sometimes live!) and the food is soooo good! One of Yourlbb’s favourite hotspots!

The menu x Vicky Christina Tel Aviv

We tried and shared a few different Spanish tapas while we were here. Ceviche, a portobello burger, green asparagus, fried cauliflower, scallops in bacon, grilled salmon, beef… To good to be true! And obviously we didn’t forget about the wine. We ordered a nice white wine with it.

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Tip: Vicky Christina Tel Aviv is a popular spot, so make sure you make a reservation before you go there!

PS: Did you know that it’s only a few hours drive from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem? Discover all the cool spots there in our Jerusalem City Guide.

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In a city like Tel Aviv that’s hot and happening there are so many cool hotels that it’s hard to pick one for your trip. That’s why we made a shortlist for you with the best boutique and design hotels in Tel Aviv:
Hotel B Berdichevsky: with a 24-hour cocktailbar around the corner of Rothschild Boulevard
Townhouse: also at Rothschild Boulevard in a historic building
The Norman: very luxurious in the heart of the city center with a rooftop pool
Hotel Rothschild 22: beautiful light rooms on a central location
Market House Hotel: trendy hotel close to Jaffa with free bikes
YAM Hotel: just 200 meter from the beach and close to the harbour
Mendeli Street Hotel: a 2 minute walk from the boulevard
Brown Hotel: with a great view from their rooftop terrace

Happy travels!


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