Bnei Brak: A Glimpse into the Ultra-Orthodox World

Last month I joined a guided tour in Bnei Brak, the largest ultra-orthodox city in Israel. It’s right next door to Tel Aviv but feels miles away. Kids are walking alone in the streets, all the men are dressed in black and white, all the women wear skirts, and there are no coffee shops. Usually, … Read more

Hiking the Israel National Trail: From Tel Aviv to Tel Afek

The previous day, we arrived in Tel Aviv and had an interesting night at the Roof Farm. We woke up early to catch the bus to this day’s segment and got off on road 482. Then, we walked off the road to Yarkon Park and continued east on the Israel National Trail. By doing this, … Read more

Roger’s House: A Tel Avivian Hostel with Cool Vibes

I’ve spent another weekend in Tel Aviv and this time I spent it at Roger’s House Hostel, a fairly new hostel that opened about a year and a half ago. The hostel is situated in a beautiful Templar house, which dates back to 1929, and stands between the neighborhoods of Neve Tzedek and Florentine. I … Read more

Jellyfish in Tel Aviv: When and How to Deal With Them

Jellyfish

The Israeli summer usually begins in June. Along with the crazy heat and humidity also come the jellyfish. The most common ones, which arrive at Tel Aviv and other cities along the Israeli coast, are the nomad jellyfish. And they LOVE the warm and pleasant water in Israel, just like we do!  The “Meduzot B’Am” project has created a great … Read more

Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv: Cool Stay in the City Center

Disclaimer: This page contains affiliate links, meaning I get a commission if you decide to make a purchase through my links, at no extra cost to you. I have stayed at Abraham Hostel Tel Aviv and recommend it! I spent three nights with my friend in Tel Aviv. She came from abroad and had only … Read more

Little Tel-Aviv – A Great Stay in the City Center

The common kitchen at Little Tel-Aviv

Last month I decided to spend a weekend in Tel Aviv, the city that never sleeps. It was quiet spontaneous, so most hostels were already totally booked. I was left with only a few choices, amongst them Little Tel-Aviv Hostel, which was also almost fully booked. I stayed in this hostel for one night in … Read more

Pub Crawling Tel Aviv – the City That Never Sleeps

Tel Aviv is one of Israel’s main cities. With all of its business centers, hi-tech companies and cultural centers, it is one of the leading cities in the WORLD. Last week, I’ve decided to spend three days in Tel Aviv and try to feel like a tourist. As far as I know, tourists find Tel Aviv … Read more

A Visit to Old Jaffa: What to See?

The clocktower and the restored facade

If you’re planning to visit Tel Aviv anytime soon, I highly recommend you visit Old Jaffa. Old Jaffa is today part of Tel Aviv, but a long-long time ago was an independant city. Actually, from Jaffa came the people who established Tel Aviv in 1909. In this post I’ll give you a short overview of Jaffa’s … Read more

5 Places that I Love in Israel

This evening we will celebrate Tu B’Av in Israel. This Jewish holiday is corresponding to Valentine’s Day. It’s the holiday of love. So on this special occasion, I want to share with you 5 places that I trully love in Israel. There are more places I love, of course, but let’s leave them for next … Read more

Top Free Things to do in Tel Aviv

So, after Jerusalem and Eilat, I’ve decided to write about the top free things to do in TEL AVIV, the city that never sleeps! Tel Aviv is probably one of the most famous cities in Israel. It is also one of the vibrant cities in the world, with a long stretch of beaches, colorful markets, … Read more

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