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Our insider’s guide to Tel Aviv in the summertime Like all great cities, Tel Aviv attracts tourists from all over the world seeking to enjoy its many wonders and delights: beautiful beaches, a spectacular culinary scene, endless cultural discoveries, the most vibrant nightlife, and that signature White City energy that’s unlike no other \ By Inga Michaeli
Brunch on the beach Often ranked some of the best in the world, Tel Aviv beaches are the place to be in the summer, peppered as they are with people sunbathing, swimming, playing Matkot (a type of Israeli padel) and footvolley from morning till night. The beachfront also happens to be the location of some of our favorite places for a bite or a drink: Manta Ray is perfect for brunch to the sound of waves crashing on the rocks, and Cassis is great for dinner with an open view of the Mediterranean in the heart of Jaffa. Cocktails at one of the bars lining the iconic Mezizim Beach are always a fantastic option as well.
Tel Aviv, Israel’s second-largest city and throbbing financial, cultural, and gastronomic heart, is a kaleidoscope of high-rises and Bauhaus gems. Its beautiful ‘International style’ buildings have earned it UNESCO World Heritage Site status, while the port of Jaffa and the city’s markets will take you straight to the hustle and bustle of a Middle Eastern city. The city boasts a splendid beachfront, the freshest street food and the most vibrant nightlife, not to mention great museums and a myriad of instagrammable spots for you to choose from. Here are some of our top picks of things to see and do in Tel Aviv.
ATMOSPHERE JULY 2022
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