Tel Aviv is often described as the city that never sleeps and not without reason. When I was young, I spent many nights enjoying this amazing city on the Mediterranean. I used to love dancing in the modern clubs at the Tel Aviv Port or sharing a drink with friends in the south Tel Aviv neighborhood of Florentine.

Tel Aviv

Today,  I would rather bite into a locally grown sweet, red watermelon while lounging on the golden sandy beaches that line the city.  Or enjoy a quality cup of coffee in one of the many café’s that dot the fashionable streets throughout the city. Tel Aviv is the place to be if you want to enjoy the latest in theater or opera. It’s the place to see the the latest in fashion worn by the young and beautiful.

More than anything else, what amazes me about Tel Aviv is the Hebrew spoken amongst the locals.  The language is forever growing and changing, combining the old and new slang, illustrating a mix of traditional and modern cultures found in this outstanding metropolitan city.

No trip to Israel is complete without a trip to this amazing city. Visit Rabin Square, or explore the artist market at Nachalat Binyamin. Sit in the amazing chef restaurants or take a walk along the boardwalk (the tayelet). Whatever it is you decide to do, make sure that Tel Aviv is on your list.

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