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Tel Aviv Parks & Gardens
Hayarkon Park
Along the banks of Hayarkon River stretches the beautiful Hayarkon Park with its recreational and amusement facilities for the whole family. The park offers every thing one needs to enjoy a break from the bustling city: huge lawns, an artificial lake, a miniature children train, playgrounds, cycle tracks and an amphitheater for shows and concerts. Several unique gardens should attract your attention, including a tropical garden, rock garden, cactus garden and a rose garden. The Zapari Bird Park and the Meimadion Water Park are very popular with the young ones.
Out side the park, opposite Yehoshua Gardens, you will find the "Luna Park", one of Israel's largest funfairs, offering entertainment for kids and adults alike.  
Related post: Saturday on HaYarkon Park
Meir Garden
Located between King George St. and Tshernichovsky, Meir Garden is a special get away spot in the middle of the busiest quarter of TLV. This small garden, named after the first mayor of Tel Aviv, Meir Dizengoff, has a large water flowers pool, a few lawns, a playing zone for dogs, children play ground area and green scenery to enjoy a break from the non stop city.
Atzmaut Garden
Beautifully located on a cliff, just above Hilton beach, the Atzmaut garden, surrounding the Hilton Hotel, offers stunning view over the Mediterranean Sea. The garden holds a big variety of local plants, and a few statues and monuments.
Unforgettable sunsets and a romantic atmosphere await you in this special coast-line garden.
Charles Clore Garden
Spreading at the south of the TLV promenade, the garden contains lawns, a playground and a superb view to both Jaffa and Tel Aviv. Excellent area to jog or BBQ, read a book or gaze at the sea. The garden is mainly famous for holding large scale parties and events such as the Beer Festival and the Love Parade.
Hashmal Garden
A developing and growing area that has become very fashionable in the last few years. Around it you will find fashion stores, jewelry and accessories stores, cafes, bars and many events and sales promoting the area.

Memorial Garden for the Fallen
A beautiful park along the north-western bank of the Yarkon River. This special park commemorates the residents of the city, who have fallen in Israel’s wars. Eleven groves of indigenous trees have been planted, signifying different periods of Israel’s wars: from the pre-state period to the present time. In the center of each copse is a granite memorial column, on which the names of those who fell in each war are engraved.

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