Tel Aviv will host the 2019 Eurovision!
After Netta Barzilai’s win in the 2018 competition with her song “Toy” she proclaimed “next year in Jerusalem,” however due to the city not meeting the requirements of the EBU to hold the event, the cultural epicenter of Tel Aviv won the bid to host for the first time ever.
Where to stay
Where to party
What to eat
The best restaurants in Tel Aviv for boozy brunch
Tel Aviv knows how to party...hard. And we all know that the harder the party, the harder the hangover. While shakshuka is a delicious Israeli breakfast staple, it can be a touch acidic when trying to cure that morning-after mix of arak and falafel heartburn.
What to do
The best beaches in Tel Aviv
With a welcoming coastline, considered a top destination to visit and a selection of some of the best beaches in Israel, we’ve highlighted the most happening Tel Aviv beaches spanning from Jaffa in the south to Tel Aviv Port in the north. For your sand-filled pleasure, spend the day like a local sweating through an intense matkot session, play some volleyball on the Gordon Beach strip, or just lay down and soak up the sun. You don't have to spend a shekel at these beaches; they offer some fun in the sun things to do in Tel Aviv at zero cost. After dark, head for a quick shower at your Tel Aviv boutique hotel or hostel and hit the town for a post-beach bite at some of the best Tel Aviv restaurants serving everything from seafood to Italian.