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Saturday, March 22, 2014

Time Out Hong Kong: Discover Tel Aviv

The Pinnacle List

Tel Aviv is the cultural capital of Israel, renowned for its partying, culinary and art scenes. The Time Out Israel team picks out the highlights of one of the most vibrant cities in the Middle East

With an influx of 2.5 million international visitors every year, Tel Aviv is one of the most visited cities in the Middle East. A lively 24-hour carousel of activity, the only uniform aspect of Israel’s second city – though many locals consider it the country’s first – is its continuous ability to surprise.
With inbound Jewish influences from the East Coast of the United States to Ashkenazi Eastern Europe and the Mizrachi Yemen – and in recent decades, overwhelmingly, Russia – Tel Aviv is a cacophonous mixtape of backgrounds.
In contrast to Israel’s capital, Jerusalem, Tel Aviv is avowedly a secular city. It is known for its 24-hour nightlife, and is seen as licentious by many Israelis who live outside of ‘the Bubble’, as proud hedonist Tel Avivim refer to their town. Perched on the Mediterranean coast, and blessed with a strip of perfect white-sand beach that runs almost the length of the city itself, there is plenty to offer by way of wild party nights and lazy sunny afternoons. You’ll find an array of modern restaurants, clubs, cafes and bars dominate the blocks by the beach and the centre of town.
Read the full story at Time Out Hong Kong