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Before reaching the pedestrian sun-drenched Ben-Yehuda Street you must to go through a security carefully inspecting checkpoint. The reason for the safety is the terrorist attacks committed on this street in the past. However, today there is nothing to be afraid of.
Street was named after the creator of Modern Hebrew. So while youre walking, looking showcases dozens of stores, youll come across for a single tour group, in different languages give ear stories of Eliezer Ben-Yehuda.
Considering that for 20 dollars you can update your wardrobe totally, everybody will like shopping here. If you are willing to spend more, then you should drop in one of the many jewelry stores.
Fancy souvenirs? There are lots of shops with intricate and interesting goods. Have a feeling of hunger? Just enjoy any of the cafes under the sun or air conditioning indoors restaurants. However, the Ben Yehuda Street is not just shopping mall, it is also a kind of arts district. Here you can find daily musicians: violinists, guitarists, even a small orchestra. Dozens of tourists who gather around them, nod approvingly. On all sides is heard Hebrew, English and Russian