Category Archives: Tel Aviv Blog

Living Life to the Fullest in TLV

Tel Aviv is famously the ‘city that never sleeps’, known worldwide for its 24-hour, non-stop nightlife. The city teems with restaurants, bars and clubs that stay open until the early hours, attracting people to drink, eat, and have fun. Tel Aviv port, as well as Dizengoff and Ben Yehuda Streets, feature door to door pubs, clubs and restaurants, and in the summer, and on most warm days during the year, these areas attract a lively, 20 – 30 aged “partygoer’s” crowd from abroad, the city itself, and the wider Gush Dan area. Continue reading

Art & Culture

Above all Tel Aviv is a modern city. Only 100 years old and mostly built after 1945. The city was built in short burst which gives it the city it’s section by section division. Tel Aviv is the seam between eastern and western traditions. Europeans with their engineering and business practices built Tel Aviv to western standards. North Africans and middle-easterners brought music, food, language and community culture. These two are fused in everything you see and hear. Musical performances range from classical European to classical Arab. You can find restaurants from five star classic French Haute-cuisine (Brasserie, Tzel ha’yam) to classical Persian, Yemenite and north African blocks away. Artsy movies in German and French are screened next to Hollywood block busters. Continue reading