The upbeat urban pace of Tel Aviv’s most bustling areas - from Dizengoff Street to Rothschild Boulevard - is undeniable. Sometimes, it’s nice to slip away from the noisy Tel Aviv streets like Shenkin and King George Street and into a quiet café or maybe a bookstore for some solace. Can’t decide which? You don’t have to with these bookstores that double as cafés scattered around the Israeli culture capital.
Literary libations: the best Tel Aviv cafés that double as bookstores
Wondering where to find your next café read? Look no further than these bookworm Edens
Four Tel Aviv cafés bookworms will go gaga for
3. Free Outdoor Public Libraries
With an atmosphere as whimsical as the children’s book it’s named after, The Little Prince (‘Hanasich Hakatan’ in Hebrew) is the perfect place to grab a book, sit down and read away the afternoon while sipping on mint tea. With a huge selection of second-hand books at low prices, it’s no wonder their enchanting outdoor terrace is teeming with writers and literature lovers. On top of the impressive collection of Hebrew and English books, The Little Prince also hosts book launches, cultural events, and sporadic jazz performances.