Why holiday in Israel?
Beaches in Israel
Food and Drink in Israel
There’s nothing the locals love more than a catch up at a café, whilst sipping on a rich Arabic coffee. From family-run backstreet secrets to beachfront café’s with seafront views, it’s worth exploring the countries café culture whilst your here (and the pastries round here are pretty good too). Speaking of a sweet tooth, be sure to tuck into a slice of Baklava whilst you’re stopping here, the treasured Arabian dessert has never tasted so good! Another local speciality is Shoko B’sakit, which literally translates to chocolate in a bag. You’ll find the locals biting the corners off these curious looking bags and drinking the gorgeous chocolatey goodness straight from the source – no need for cups when it comes to this unique treat!
If you’re the type to come to life as the sun sets, then you have to experience the incredible Tel Aviv nightlife scene at least once in your lifetime. From the rustic, open-air craft beer bars of Rothschild Boulevard where speakeasies and happy hipsters go hand in hand, to stylish wineries serving the latest samples fresh from the vineyards. But the party doesn’t stop here in this enthusiastic city. Head to the south of the city at around 2am to truly get the full Tel Aviv experience. Big name DJs, live music acts and crazy dance moves are just the start of what is sure to be a night to remember in these parts of town.
Useful Info for Visiting Israel
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