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Israel Night life in Tel Aviv

 
Tel Aviv is a perfect city for tourists and people who love having fun. It is a bustling city of lights, saturated with a vivacious passion for life while offering every possible type of evening entertainment.

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Tel Aviv night life

 

Tel Aviv is a perfect city for tourists and people who love having fun. It is a bustling city of lights, saturated with a vivacious passion for life while offering every possible type of evening entertainment. Called the city that never stops, Tel Aviv lives up to this description every day of the week from dawn to dusk and dusk to dawn.


Start with a good restaurant by the sea and enjoy a romantic sunset; see a play or musical performance in the evening; watch a movie at midnight, have a drink after the movie and then go dancing until daybreak (don't forget to see the sunrise over the rooftops).

Over the years Tel Aviv has become Israel's cultural center with a vibrant night life that is as open for tourists as it is for Israelis.

The city offers a host of amazing variety of cultural venues: music clubs and dance parties offer you every style of music, mixed and spun by world class DJs; movie theaters screening the current and greatest classic movies; theaters presenting classic and modern plays or amusing stand-up comedians; dance companies from Israel and around the world; music, cinema and performing arts festivals and street shows.


There are restaurants and coffee shops that serve ethnic foods alongside gourmet dishes; dance bars and pubs where the music and drinks flow like water; art galleries for introducing young artists and established galleries displaying the works of renowned artists; a dynamic amusement park that will get your adrenalin flowing; concert halls and wide open parks where you can enjoy musical performances by musicians from Israel and abroad. These entertainment sites are scattered throughout the city, from the Florentine quarter in the south, along Shenkin Street in the city center and all the way to Tel Aviv port, in the north. Whichever way you walk, you will find a wonderful selection of entertainment spots.


Tel Aviv has a few other features that contribute to the uniqueness of this city: the sandy beach all along its western edge is an attraction all on its own and a place for romantic experiences while the warm, effusive Israeli temperament and the Middle Eastern climate make you feel like just enjoying life. 



For more information about Tel Aviv City, the city that never stops


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