Normally when you say night life you mean Tel Aviv even though all over the country you can fine a great night life although mainly in the big cities and less in the quiet areas.
Tel Aviv is the Night life and Sin city of Israel...
All you have to do is look for what you want and you'll find it.
You dont have a lot of options for nightlife in this area.
Dont try to leave your hotel's area because this is still a desert and you can fall or find a dangerous animal (leopard , snake).
You can enjoy in your hotel's lobby or sit outside and enjoy the desert silence.
Dress Code: The desert can be very cold place during the night so i think you should take warm clothes with you
I was very lucky with the kibbuz I was sent to as it ran its own nightclub, "The Bunker".
People from all over the area used to frequent it on a Friday & Saturday night. It was not at all stylish or very atmospheric, but is was fun to go for a dance & a drink or 2 or 3 or ........... It was free to get in for us volunteers & kibbutzniks, I dont know how much outsiders had to pay, it wouldnt have been much.
Dress Code: Very Casual
Ok, this is the spot, my friends and i found it by luck. One of them had a house in Carmeliya and we asked some guys in a bar called "happy bar". they told us about a club over near the warehouses. This club is awesome. it has multiple levels and the main section is on the roof. (great for preventiong the heat factor) the drinks are awesome, the DJ's awesome and the girls are awesome. if you are underage, just tell the bouncer youre american and theyll let you in.
Dress Code: Dress for a club... trendy. nothing too casual
Tiberias is very much a tourist town, there are plenty of bars, cafes & restaurants both along the water front and in the town.
Also there are Galleons covered in lights with blaring music which go out on the lake at night time. Depending on your mood, the music from the galleons can either spoil the atmosphere, or you can enjoy the livelyness of them.
Dress Code: Casual
A group of us from the Kibbutz went to Jerusalem for a few days at Christmas. This is when we visited the Underground, a brilliant & very lively water hole.
A good time was had by all!
Dress Code: VERY Casual!
I remember going to pub/bar called "Amazon" one time which was fun, I think it was in the new part of Jerusalem, but it would have been quite close to the old city because of where we were staying. I do remember we had a great time there.
There is a place in Haifa called Yagul I think. It was a great nightclub.
There were different levels with top 40 music in one bar, old music in another, and trance up the top. It was expensive to get in 60 shekkels I remember as of December 2001. But a great place to get out and boogy!!!
Dress Code: Neat casual
In Eliat there are an incredible number of bars to go to at night. The Unplugged Bar and The Underground Pubs are good ones. They also have computers in many bars to check e-mail. It's really a party town. There is one bar that is open 24 hours and it's open air - no walls or anything. You walk right in and sit down either at the bar or on a beanbag chair. It's hot even at night and it's so nice to chill out there with some friends and talk.
I cant remember the name of all the actual bars or clubs we went too, but in Tel Aviv, Netanya & the new city in Jerusalem the nightlife was brilliant. I must say it took some getting used to how many guns were around for socialising, but I never saw any touble. The drinks out there are so much cheaper than here in UK, actually I think drink is cheaper than the UK anywhere!
The Kibbutz I was on, as I have said had its own nightclub which was very lucky, I have some brilliant memories of evenings there.
If you're into trance Rave parties, there are many of them held in the north and near the dead sea. All you have to do, is go to HAOMAN 17, and ask someone. Lot's of people know exaclly when and where these parties held.
The best club in Israel is OMAN 17 located in Jerusalem, on Oman street :), 17.
The music is good (mostly trance) and the atmosphere is great!
Dress Code: There is no special dress code, but you should dress well (I mean party well, not wedding well...), or there's a big chance you won't get in.
In Beer Sheva - the best club in town is the 'Forum' club. But visit it only when there are student parties.
The best pubs are 'BARAKA' and 'FACTOR', which mostly visited by students from the university.
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!!!!
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