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Tel Aviv celebrates it’s 100th birthday
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Tel Aviv celebrates it’s 100th birthday

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Tel Aviv’s 100th birthday celebrations kicked off on April 4th in Rabin Square before a crowd of 400,000, who came to celebrate in the most energetic, optimistic, liberated, and colorful city in the Middle East, and some say it’s the most bustling, youthful and fun city in the whole world. The gala event started with a stunning concert highlighted with a multi-media sound & light show and performances by top Israeli artists: the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Zubin Mehta, Barry Saharof, Matti Caspi, Shlomo Gronich, Miri Massika, Monica Sex, dancers and acrobats. Rock bands played on the roofs of nearby buildings, while impressive historical pictures of the first Hebrew city were displayed on huge screens. This amazing happening concluded with an impressive fireworks display and a massive street party.

Tel Aviv features sky-scraping towers and stylish hotels by the Mediterranean Sea front promenade, offering one of the world’s most spectacular urban beaches of vast and pristine golden sands.
Fashionable nightclubs, hip bars, fine restaurants and colorful cafés make it hard to imagine that exactly 100 years ago, there was nothing here but sand dunes and a few dreamers who started building the first Hebrew city of Tel Aviv.

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Over the next nine months, more than 400 special events will be held all over the city, including music and art festivals, sporting events, special historic exhibitions amidst community projects, and many others.

Some of the main 100th birthday events promise a lot of fun and surprises!

In honor of Tel Aviv’s first mayor, Meir Dizengoff, a special statue of him riding his horse will be erected in front of his historic home on Rothschild Boulevard, created by the sculptor David Zangelovitch.

Sports: Tel Aviv will host the international marathon on April 24th and in June the European Windsurfing competition, takes place on Gordon Beach. Olympic medalists and contenders are expected to participate in this world class event. The 18th Maccabi Games will be held in the city in July.

Architecture: The annual “White Night” celebration will take place on May 27th. Stunning Rothschild Boulevard, the location of some of the most beautiful Bauhaus buildings, will become one big street theatre with professional actors playing scenes from the early 1920s.

Culinary fairs: The city’s famous fruit and vegetable market will be open till dawn, as well as the nearby Nahalat Binyamin Street with its arts & crafts fair. Restaurants and bars will be open all night.

Blues Festival: Music, art and food will be celebrated in Old Jaffa. A happening featuring street music, art galleries and fine restaurants will be open at the renewed Old Jaffa Port.

On July 16th, for the first time in Israel, Milan’s La Scala opera house will perform Verdi’s Requiem in HaYarkon Park for free.
The Rosh Hashana holiday will be celebrated at Rabin Square with a spectacular flower carpeted square.

Tel Aviv Business travel

Tel Aviv Business travel

Tel Aviv offers a wide selection of business services throughout the city, including secretariat services, dry cleaning and Wi-Fi access, to make your Tel Aviv business travel as convenient as possible. There is a wide selection of business services throughout Tel Aviv, and most of the hotels provide secretariat services as well as dry cleaning and WI-Fi access, to make your Tel Aviv business travel as convenient as possible. Business travelers enjoy up-to-date technology in most of Tel Aviv's hotels. All 4-star and 5-stars hotels have business lounges with services such as Internet, fax machines, printers, typing and basic translations. In addition, there are three digital business centers of Kwik-Copy in Tel Aviv, offering efficient business solutions and services. They are located at 50 Ehad Ha'am Street, at 1 King David St. (next to Kikar Rabin), and at building No. 6 in Kiryat Atidim. Your Tel Aviv business travel is trouble-free also when it comes to Wi-Fi access. The city has many hotspots with Wi-Fi services for laptop users, most of them are offered free of charge to clients. Wi-Fi services are offered by hotels, restaurants and coffee shops, as well as in gas stations, parks and shopping malls. The Atlas hotels chain offers unlimited and free of charge Wi-Fi services in Tal Hotel, Melody Hotel, City Hotel, Cinema Hotel, Art + Hotel and Center Hotel. Additional business hotels are: Grand court, Savoy hotel, Mercure Tel Aviv. In coffee shop chains, such as Arcaffè, Aroma, Coffee-To-Go and Ilan's, there are free wireless services, and you can find these services in convenience stores and gas stations as well, such as the Yellow chain, and in Dizengoff center shopping mall. All of the above mentioned hotels and most of other business hotels in the city offer dry cleaning services. In addition, there are numerous laundry places in Tel Aviv, most of which offer regular and dry cleaning services and free of charge delivery service. The central "Tip-Top Clean" at 242 Ben-Yehuda Street provides cleaning, laundry and ironing and offers free delivery service. "KvisKal" has two central branches for dry cleaning and laundry at 103 Ben-Yehuda Street and at 97 King George Street. There are many other dry cleaning places in Tel Aviv, so wherever you are staying during your Tel Aviv business travel, it won't take you over a minute to find one.

Diaspora Museum Tel Aviv

Diaspora Museum Tel Aviv

This museum, known as Beit Hatefutsot, uniquely tells the story of the Jewish people from the time they were expelled from their homeland and over 2500 years of exile. The museum's special presentations and reconstruction interestingly document the history and tradition of Jewish life in different parts of the world, showing the impressive heritage of these communities, which enabled the continuity of the Jewish people throughout the years of expulsion. The Arch of Titus The museum is open Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 10am to 4pm, Wednesday from 10am to 6pm, and Friday from 9am to 1pm. Getting there is by bus No 24, 25 and 27 to Tel-Aviv University campus at Ramat Aviv (the northern neighborhood of Tel-Aviv), entrance is through Campus Gate No 2 (Matatia Gate).

Tel Aviv port - Night Time, busiest nightlife center of the city

Tel Aviv port - Night Time, busiest nightlife center of the city

The Tel Aviv port was shut down in the 60's as an active sea port, and was awaken in the 80's as a nightlife and water sports center. Nowadays it is the busiest nightlife area of the city. Some of its bars and clubs are certainly worth a visit even just to get a glance of the crowded mingling scene of Tel Aviv's nightlife. The biggest club in the Tel Aviv port area is TLV. It used to be one of the city's nightlife scene leaders for years, but has no fixed schedule anymore. TLV still holds parties every once in a while, playing mostly house and trance music, so if you consider yourself a clubber, you might want to check if there's a party there during your stay. The club itself is equipped with a state of the art sound and lighting systems, and has a sea front section with cool vibes. Whisky-a-go go, one of the hottest bars in Tel Aviv, is just nearby. This is where Israel's famous actors, models, athletes and celebrities come to eat, drink and mingle. Whisky-a-go go is a mixture of a lounge, a dance bar and a dining place. After midnight, the atmosphere there changes, while trendy DJs lift up the energy level. Another trendy place is Shalvata (which means peace or tranquility), named after a famous mental institution in Israel. Shalvata Offers a relaxed atmosphere, good music and superior view of the Mediterranean, accompanied by friendly service, though it tends to get very crowded on summer weekends and holidays. Galina is another Mega-bar at the Tel Aviv port which is friendly, well designed and usually quite packed. It is built around a round bar that occupies most of the space, a design that makes it a good place to meet people and mingle. There are many other bars in the Tel Aviv port and there's always enough parking. You can also take a bus all the way to the north end of Dizengoff and just follow the crowd, on their way for another night of drinking and dancing till dawn.

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