A working-class neighborhood founded in the 1920’s, home to dockworkers, carpenters, shoemakers from Greece, Bulgaria, Turkey, Poland and Bukhara. Florentine today is one the most heterogeneous and bohemian neighborhoods In Tel Aviv. In its crowded streets you can find Lots of graffiti, mayhem of commerce, homemade coffee shops and vibrant community of designers, artists, musicians and political/social activists. Although the real-estate monsters is changing things, somehow, the old ‘chilled out’ and good hearted atmosphere is still here.