Tel Aviv is a youthful, non-stop city on the beach, with street cafes that heave until the early hours and a municipality that organises raves.
1 Zamenhoff Street
12 Corner Dizengoff Square
Bauhaus style boutique hotel
6 Yechiely Street
Acclaimed modern dance troupe with international guest choreographers
9 Shabazzi Street
A romantic, affordable restaurant in Tel Aviv's most picturesque neighborhood.
38 Allenby Street
Locals flock to this rock n' roll dive bar
Although many people think of Israel as the Holy land, which conjures visions of sand, camels, old buildings, and very religious people, Israel is as diverse as the United States, in geography, religion, people, and cuisine. Contrary to popular belief, Israel is home to one of the most exciting tourist... Read more
Many people love to barter, haggle and negotiate when traveling. But I can't ever bring myself to do it. If I have enough money to travel, and I have enough money to buy souvenirs, I feel like I should just pay the price they're asking. If I do the conversion rate from dollars to shekels(or pesos or... Read more
Today was the start of T-Market, an outdoor clothing/accessories fair that has top designers selling last year's designs at crazy low prices. These designs are still hot, but the prices have cooled way down. From September 2nd to September 4th, Tel Aviv designers and shops like American Apparel had a... Read more