The Jaffa promenade connects the old city of Jaffa with the new city of Tel Aviv and extends along the coastline. There are spacious walking trails, walking plank roads, beaches, parks and other routes along the road. Various sports facilities, roadside rest areas and convenience stores on the beach provide convenience for tourists.
I think it’s a good stroll along the seaside landscape avenue. You can see some historical buildings and the most modern high-rise buildings on this road. The landscape is more integrated, and it’s still on the seaside.
Walking along the Mediterranean Sea, relying on the old city of Jaffa, invincible sea view, the breath of the previous year’s history, blowing on your face, ears are the sound of waves hitting the beach, everything is worth savoring slowly, and living slowly.
The Jaffa promenade is on the Mediterranean coast to the west of Tel Aviv, and the sea is more than ten kilometers long. It is a good place to take a stroll and overlook Tel Aviv city and the Mediterranean Sea. Can arrange an afternoon and evening here.
The Jaffa Promenade is actually one of the most important roads in the old city of Yaffa. The entire road is built with small stones. Both sides are filled with ancient buildings and some historical remains. Along this road Keep walking, you can basically tour the old city of Jaffa very comprehensively.
On the Mediterranean side is the park of the ancient city of Jaffa. Walking up the hillside along Kaidumin Square, there is a gate pillar similar to the Arc de Triomphe on the hilltop platform, called the "Gate of Faith". The doorpost is carved with the story of the Old Testament from the Bible: on one side is Abraham’s grandson Jacob dreaming of a ladder, God promised to give him land and descendants and grant him grace; on the other side is carved the son Isaac by the Jewish ancestor Abraham Sacrifice and receive God's answer and scapegoat; the beam carved is the fall of the ancient city of Jericho. The park can overlook Tel Aviv, which is not far from the tall buildings, and the scenery is really charming!