- Hamered St (corner of Kaufman St), Tel Aviv
- Neve Tzedek
- November 3, 2014
- 10:00 am
- TAGS: Past Events
Each Monday, throughout November, you can enjoy a range of enjoyable activities for the whole family at the Mitcham Tachana, the New Station, on the corner of Hamered St and Koyfman St in the Neve Tzedek neighbourhood.
Whether it’s shopping, culture or tasty food you are looking for, you will be pleasantly surprised by the range and variety of what’s on offer and the very reasonable prices. The entrance to the event itself is free.
The ‘Crazy Monday’ fun days have a fair like atmosphere and are work in conjunction with the special ‘DigiTel’ card. The DigiTel card offers you special rates at different institutions, community centers, pools, parking lots, beaches and more.
‘Crazy Monday’ offers great reductions at restaurants and bars. You will be able to get 70% reductions at leading fashionable clothes, jewelry, household, and children’s stores in the Mitcham Tachana area. With a ‘DigiTel’ card you can also enjoy the special guided tours and the train wagon exhibit by the entrance to the Station.
You will be able to hear musicians and artists such Noam Pinhasov, Shimon Schmidt Tray, Yuval Yahav and Dana Likvornik throughout the ‘Crazy Monday’, playing and singing your favorite music.
Public transport to the Mitcham:
Dan lines 18, 10 and 100.
Other lines: 40, 240 – are located near the bridge theater, the southern gate of the compound.
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