I was born in Shapira neighborhood and this is where my grandparents arrived to in the beginning of the previous century. It’s a mixed neighborhood that young people recently started moving to due to the rise in real estate prices in the center of the city. Those young people open magical cafes beside the authentic businesses, such as a bakery selling sambusak in wonderful flavours and other Bukharian pastries. There’s also a Chinese restaurant, and Ethiopian restaurant and generally immigrants from all over. I recommend taking two to three hours to walk around this special neighborhood in South Tel Aviv. I like drinking coffee on Mesilat Yesharim st. and equip myself with good pastries.
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