Open your mind
When the chance to visit Tel Aviv came up, I did not hesitate for a moment. Firstly, I had never been and it fascinates me to get to know our small world better. But the main reason was to fight against my own prejudices.
The Tel Aviv woman who lives in a museum
Artist Ilana Goor: “This place is special because it’s a living museum, it’s my home, and I’m constantly changing and repositioning things.”
Florentin: exploring Tel Aviv’s coolest neighborhood
The former artistic center of Tel Aviv, Jaffa, is losing its position quickly to Florentin, a neighborhood where bohemians and artists are coloring the streets cool.
Tel Aviv has a beach for everyone
Like any other big city, Tel Aviv is a place for young people to be themselves, throwing off the restraints of home.
Why the white city of Tel Aviv is a World Heritage site
The expansion of Tel Aviv in the 1930s offered a blank canvas for a wave of young Jewish architects fleeing Nazi persecution in Germany.
Most expensive city in the Middle East
Hello Tel Aviv, Israel’s largest city and its most densely populated but with a notable tolerance that sees people of all cultures and religions live side by side. With its Mediterranean setting and youthful population, it has a reputation as the most expensive city in the Middle East but also its most entertaining.