Israel's second largest city is an ever-growing metropolis. Today skyscrapers paint the once Palestine sky. The air is free spirited here, without the political strains felt in Jerusalem, rightfully nicknamed the 'Bubble' by its locals. A mix of a business centre, an art hub and a beach town, Tel Aviv is the strange combination of hip and homely.
Cosmopolitan and exuberant Tel Aviv, is Israel's pride. The city is now known for its International Style or Bahaus architecture, the renowned White City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The old Jaffa Port, the Meditarranean coastline, the Carmel Market all add to the fervour of this charming city. The locals are politically and socially liberal, there even exists a thriving gay scene. The high end restaurants complement the old school eating joints, some days are for the beach others are for chic cafes, some evenings are for art galleries, others are for outdoor bike paths - Tel Aviv is that strange medley, a heterogenous mix, yet very homogenously absorbed. With theatres, concert halls and a live jazz scene, the city is a lot about culture and aesthetics. New comer or returning visitor, Tel Aviv never fails to charm!
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