King George St starts at Carmel Market and stretches to Rabin Square (TLV City Hall) creating unique urban experience - 2/3-story tall buildings designed in somewhat of a squared fashioned chequered with windows overlooking the street. On the street level you’ll find a lively street, contrasting the generality with a lot of fashion shops and a small city park Gan Me’ir.
Striding on King George St from Carmel Market will work better for your soul - seeing the long street from above, curve into far distance has its effect. There is a lot of shopping to do here - 2nd hand stores, jewelry vendors, outlets and more. While discovering the street’s treasures, you can find various possibilities to stop by for quick lunch. On King George there’s a small, wooded park Gan Me’ir. Perfect for an afternoon break by the pond. Closer to Carmel Market, from King George St there’s one of the prettiest alleys in the city Simta Plonit. The entrance to the alley is decorated with pillars shaped as small obelisk, and in the end there’s a beautiful building built in an eclectic style of architecture serving as a working gallery.
King George St 1, Tel Aviv-Yafo