Welcome to the non-stop city, Tel Aviv-Yafo!
Founded in 1909, the first Hebrew city in the world quickly transitioned itself to a center of culture, lifestyle and innovation. Tel Aviv boasts a population of 443,940 people, with a third of them between the ages of 18 and 35, making it a young and dynamic playground for parties, art exhibits and underground culture. It’s also one of the reasons Tel Aviv is known for its exciting nightlife scene and one of the most LGBTQ+ friendly cities in the world. Tel Aviv enjoys 318 days of sun a year, and has the highest number of dogs per capita with one dog for every 17 residents- Woof! With hundreds of top-notch bars, cafes and nightclubs, art galleries and a unique, casual atmosphere, no wonder the New York Times declared Tel Aviv “The Capital of Mediterranean Cool,” and National Geographic calling it “One of the World’s 10 Top Beach Cities”.
Tel Aviv, Israel
Adam Primer, Barak Brinker, Kfir Bolotin, Guy Yechiely