The Tel Aviv bike lane map shows all the bike routes of Tel Aviv. This bicycles lanes map of Tel Aviv will allow you to easily plan your routes with a bike in Tel Aviv in Israel. The Tel Aviv bike lanes map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Neve Tzedek (southwest Tel Aviv neighborhood, easily reached at the end of Rothschild Boulevard as you can see in Tel Aviv bike lane map. Check out Shabazi street and ride along until you reach the beach). Rothschild Boulevard – this famous street in the white city has a bike line and pedestrian path. Gorgeous tree lined streets with little cafes, perfect to take a coffee break. Be sure to ride on the bike side (indicated on the path by signs). Jaffa – ride along the “tayalet” (boardwalk) on the beach right into the city of Jaffa. Ride your bike throughout the winding streets and check out this exciting area. Park Hayarkon – this amazing green park situated in north Tel Aviv is an excellent place to spend the day. Ride your bike throughout the park, sit and enjoy a picnic before heading back out. Tel Aviv Port (the Namal) – found in the north, also accessible from the beach boardwalk, the Namal is a great destination to reach by bike in Tel Aviv
Along the beach: The Tel Aviv promenade is something you definitely do not want to miss. This pleasant route is most recommended at sunrise, early in the morning, or at sunset. From the Yarkon estuary to the alleys of Old Jaffa, it is about 5 kilometers long, but you can carry on the promenade all the way to Bat Yam. Enjoy the clear air and the beautiful open sea. In the park: Also starting from Tel Aviv Port as its shown in Tel Aviv bike lane map, head east along the Yarkon river and the beautiful park. You can carry all the way to the petting zoo and the lake. This relaxing trail is about 4.5 kilometers and is suitable for children of all ages. The heart of Tel Aviv: Enjoy an urban ride in the heart of Tel Aviv. Start at Ben Tsiyon Blvd and ride towards Habima square. Head south to Rothschild Blvd, and ride along until the Independence Hall. On the way, you can enjoy the gorgeous open cafés. The total ride is about 2.5 kilometers.
Thanks to over 150km (93 mi.) of bicycle lanes, parks and a mild climate, cycling in Tel Aviv is a great idea at any time of the year as its mentioned in Tel Aviv bike lane map. Over 15% of the population ride their bikes to school or work, because the city is so bike-friendly. Riding your bike through the Yarkon park towards the old harbor and the beaches is a relaxed way to get to know this lovely city. One minute you can admire modern skyscrapers and be amazed by ancient streets the next one. Riding a bike in this amazing city is not only safe, but also a great experience you should not miss out on.