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Unabashedly liberal, modern, and—every now and then—utterly insane, Tel Aviv is a bastion of the West in the Middle East. Indeed, anything that reaches the country seems to pass through this area first, starting 70 years ago with the state of Israel itself, which began here. And though Jerusalem may have the Knesset, Tel Aviv takes the cake on designer labels, Bauhaus architecture, European-style mega clubs, and an odd penchant for ’80s kitsch. In a land ravaged by ideological struggles between new and old, religious and secular, it’s pretty clear where Tel Aviv sits on the spectrum.

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A young city with a thriving, dynamic night life makes Tel Aviv a hot spot for sexy dames. They're known for their striking good looks: exotic green eyes set against copper-toned skin and manes of glossy dark hair. The city's clubbing culture pulses with sexual energy. Naturally, in that primeval mating game of cat and mouse, ladies here step up their game so that they can out-sexy their female competition - but not in a sleazy way. They've perfected the art of merging class with just the right amount of skin. Sexpots here know it's sexier to leave the rest up to the imagination.

 

 

 

Jerusalem may only be 80km up the road, but culturally, socially and psychologically it may as well be a million miles away. While Jerusalemites flock to the holy sites, Tel Avivans hit the clubs. Kippas are swapped for sun visors, gefilte fish for sushi and quarried stone for poured concrete. If it’s 3000 years of history you’re after, head for the hills, but if you’re dead set on partying by the Med shores, pack your volleyball and bathing suit and visit the city by the sea.

 

After a few days in Tel Aviv (or TA as it’s affectionately known by expats) you may start to wonder if there is such thing as a weekend. The city seems to be on permanent holiday and at any time of day or night you can saunter down a main street and find crowded cafés, joggers, beach bums and dog walkers. Business is casual and no-one owns a suit.

 

The city combines its liberal, laissez faire attitude with low-level development and interconnected neighborhoods. A short walk leads you from the glamorous beachside hotels to the exotic Yemenite Quarter to fashionable Rothschild Blvd.

 

While you could spend weeks sightseeing in Jerusalem, the main attractions of Tel Aviv can be done in a couple of days. The real reason to visit might be to escape the tourist hordes and enjoy a city that boasts fantastic cuisine, a heaving nightlife and pleasant tree-lined streets that spill into the Mediterranean Sea. Tel Avivans will tell you it’s the greatest city on earth, so spend a few days and find out why.

 

Israel has some very beautiful women; there’s just something about dark features and green eyes that is exotic and appealing. Tel Aviv is the focal point of Israel’s youth culture and nightlife scene, so it makes sense that the most beautiful girls in the country can be found lounging on the city’s Mediterranean beaches and in its happening night spots.

 

 

 

 

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