Party Capital – Tel Aviv

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“The City that never sleeps” – Tel Aviv is well known travel destination because of its famous and impressive nightlife, or better 24-hour culture. But, Tel Aviv offers wonderful family holidays with its culture, architecture and museums, and of course, beaches. Israel is known to have the most museums per capita and some of them are located in Tel Aviv, such as Eretz Israel Museum and Tel Aviv Museum of Art. It is possible to find very nice family hotel in Tel Aviv, as well as branches of world’s famous and luxury hotels. The second largest city in Israel lies along the Mediterranean coastline and attracts many international tourist. Climate is Mediterranean with cool and rainy winter, hot humid summer and unpredictable and changeable autumn and spring. Beaches of this vibrant cities are considered to be one of the most beautiful in the world.

With all the bars, night clubs and dance bars, highly diverse and active nightlife, Tel Aviv is considered to be “Party Capital”. Younger tourists, or the ones who feel young, surely would have fun in this highly liberal city. And before night comes, everybody can enjoy and relax on beautiful beaches – without them, Tel Aviv would not be so relaxing and attractive. Amongst them there are even “religious beaches” separating men and women. So, in this city, tourist can feel all the diversity of modern civilization – very religious customs and nearby liberal and vibrant heaven for the youth. But, as mentioned above, Tel Aviv offers even more than just fun and relax. For people that would like to know something about Jewish history and culture, about Israel and its people, there is a very famous multi-disciplinary museum located on Haim Levanon street – the Eretz Israel Museum. Wide range of interesting permanent and temporary exhibitions will tour the visitor throughout the local customs and identity, cultural history and traditional folklore of Israel.

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