Situated on the west coast overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, Tel Aviv is renowned for its beautiful beaches, buzzing nightlife and cosmopolitan culture. During the day, visitors to Tel Aviv can bask in the sun on one of the city's many beaches, or head to Neve Tzedek, one of Tel Aviv's most beautiful areas and home to an array of boutique shops. Carmel Market is Tel Aviv's famous outdoor markets, offering everything from olives to clothes, and carpets to falafel.
To experience Tel Aviv's cultural side, there are plenty of dance and theatre troupes as well as famed museums and galleries, including the influential Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Once the sun sets make your way to Allenby Street, which boasts more the city's best nightclubs or nearby Shenkin Street which is home to some of the city's most stylish cafe-bars.
The southern end of the city is also has a number of sleek bars, jazz cafes and a handful of mega-clubs, which often host some of the top international DJs. In summer Tel Aviv's streets come alive with a number of midnight concerts and moonlit beach parties. Israel is multicultural melting pot, with people from all walks of life.