My favorite city in Israel was barnone Jerusalem. it is such a cool city and so beautiful too.One of the coolest quarters in downtown Jerusalem is the russian Quarter, all the best shish Taouk places and watering holes. My personal fav and i recommend it to anyone who loves live music is called 'Mike's Place' Its a tiny but excellent hole in the wall and when I was there there was a great mississippi blues band playing. They get the coolest acts. You ever see a Hassidic Rabbi play stones covers on a slide guitar?..I didn't think so!
Althoug expensive. Youll quickly come to realize how beautiful israel women are and how handsome the men are. i met the girl of my dreams there. her favorite show was Northern exposure.
Dress Code: like anywhere, The fancier the dressier.
We in Jerusalem have a joke: what is the best place in Jerusalem? the road to Tel Aviv....
Tel Aviv is a real Metropolin.
Its remind many of us New York.
Life never stop in Tel Aviv. 24 hours around the clock life is going on. youll find there Hundreds of restaurants, cofee shops (like in Paris facing the side walks}, pubs, night clubs, international fast food chains, huge Malls,some of the bests Disco in Europe, nice beach, good hotels, one of the best Filharmonic orcestras in the world, wonderfull opera
house and most beutifull girls !!!!
but here too always remember to have a lot of SAVLANUT!!!!
Rega! Rega! Eilat's night life is dynamic and surprising. In best pubs, guest artists and troupes perform for the public, at no extra charge.
Eilat's pubs are not just places of entertainment, but ideal setting to meet new friends and partners. Israelis in general and Eilatis in particular are warm, open, companionable people; they will be pleased to invite you to their table and strike up a conversation! Rega! Rega!
If you are a true beer-lover - or even if you aren't - do try the Israeli beer (which, by the way, is the Eilatis 'National Drink').
Most of the best night clubs in Israel are located in Tel Aviv but there are some in Jerusalem and at Haifa (and it's vicinity).
In Tel Aviv, most clubs work 7 days a week, from about 9:00pm till morning.
Jerusalem, the Old City - sounds weird with it being the religious capital of the world, but the night life is raging, work your way from the 'Arizona Bar' (drink as much as you can from 8pm) and walk around the corner to the 'Underground', which is a little cramped but a good rave.
Jerusalem is the best, why? Because stumbling onto the streets after a hard night partying and being faced with 'The dome of Rock' and the sounds of bells calling Muslims to prayer really kicks into touch any other city sights/sounds I've seen !
Local pubs in Israel are not exactly like in Europe, but still, they are good place for having a beer and to get to know some of the local people.
Any place with a loud music and a lot’s of people will guarantee a good party.
Almost all speaks English and will be very helpful and friendly.
Dress Code: Anything goes, leave your pyjamas at home.
I managed to see some wonderful sunsets in Israel, this particular one was taken in the Golan Heights.
Nightlife starts at the beach of Tel Aviv (boulevard) and then goes on from 01.00 till 05.00! in Tel Aviv centre almost all nights (except staurday)
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