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How tel aviv became a global startup hub for tech companies from all over the world
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How tel aviv became a global startup hub for tech companies from all over the world

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Tech companies from around the world flock to Tel Aviv as a global startup hub. In the last two decades, Tel Aviv has become a global center of innovation and development for many global companies. In the city and surrounding areas, Google, Facebook, Amazon, Apple and others are present.

Tel Aviv has become a global hub for tech startups for a few key reasons. First, the city has a strong culture of innovation and entrepreneurship. This culture has led to the development of a robust ecosystem of support for startups, including access to funding, mentorship, and a talented workforce. In addition, Tel Aviv’s location in the Middle East makes it a strategic location for companies looking to expand into the region, and the city’s high quality of life has made it a attractive destination for both local and international talent.

The Spot Hostel - Celebrate Tel Aviv!

The Spot Hostel - Celebrate Tel Aviv!

People who come to celebrate the city will especially enjoy the Spot Hotel. Even when you don't feel like hitting the town, the Spot's common spaces are great places to stay. The atmosphere in the space you will find here is urban and friendly, sit down over a beer or coffee and connect. If there is no kitchen and no one cooks and shares food, what is the point of staying in a hostel? This is certainly the case with THE SPOT. With amazing produce available (also nearby - at the permanent port market, the port market, as well as the weekly farmers' market), you can't go wrong with an Israeli salad, shakshuka or watermelon with Bulgarian feta cheese. COWORKING work space The spot offers you to work in the common work space, equipped with desks, chairs, strong coffee, plenty of WiFi and an ideal atmosphere for doing work. The space is open to both guests and locals, so it's a great place to network and find new partners. bar In an atmosphere that feels authentic Tel Aviv, you can enjoy good drinks (and non-alcoholic snacks). The spot bar is the perfect place to start or end your night. The Lobby From our helpful staff to information sheets and information on display and other travelers, THE SPOT's lobby is packed with comfortable sofas and special corners so you can pick up tips for Tel Aviv and trips around Israel. Share stories, plan trips and excursions, or just relax with a drink and a good book. Watch a dance performance or a stand-up show, listen to Israeli artists and local bands playing originals or covers, exercise your mind with an important lecture or workshop and much more. With exciting events held at THE SPOT and throughout Tel Aviv, our programming covers the whole spectrum. Screening room You can enjoy a special screening of a popular TV show or a high-intensity sports event while watching the latest Israeli or international movie. Every day, the screenings change depending on what's going on, so you can learn more about a new culture or cheer on your favorite team. Address: Port of Tel Aviv, 3 Ha'Mosha Street, Tel Aviv

Markets Tel Aviv

Markets Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv has a number of markets, offering a unique way to spend time, and the best way to find “real bargains”. Bezalel Market Bezalel Market in Tel Aviv near the corner of King George and Allenby streets. Worth a visit especially because the abundance of picturesque falafel stalls. Carmel Market in Tel Aviv The Carmel Market, known in Israel as “Shuk Ha’Carmel”, located close to the new rennovated Hatachana Complex, is the city’s biggest marketplace, and a fascinating, enjoyable place to visit. It is basically one crowded narrow alley with long line of colorful stalls standing on either side, and where vendors proudly (and loudly) presenting their goods. Here you can find almost anything imaginable for the lowest prices in the city, from different kinds of bread and pastry to delicious olives, dried fruits and exotic spices. Carmel Market It is also the best place to buy the freshest produce, whether it is fruits and vegetables, fish and poultry, cheeses or flowers. The first part of the market, coming from Allenby St, is mostly clothing and footwear stands, where lovely bargains can be found. The easiest way to enter the market is from where Allenby St meets King George and Sheinkin Streets. However, it is also possible to get to the market from its other end near the Carmelit Bus Terminal. Take bus No 4, 1, 2, or any bus passing through Allenby St, and No 8, 24, 25, or any other going to the Carmelit Terminal. Flea Market Flea Market Tel Aviv In Jaffa, where one can find anything from second-hand clothes and shoes to antiques and household utensils, antique and modern furniture. http://www.inisrael.com/news/?p=1341

South Beach: Tel Aviv / Jaffa

South Beach: Tel Aviv / Jaffa

The "south beach" area, on the Tel Aviv/Jaffa border, includes quite a few attractions: great beaches, fabulous food, and even one historic museum. Whether you're touring the beach promenade or on your way to or from Jaffa - you'd want to get to know that area. The beach right on the border of Tel Aviv/Jaffa is Alma Beach, one of the most laid-back beaches in Tel Aviv that offers the beautiful view of the port and towers of Old Jaffa. The beach is relatively clean and untouched. There are sunshades and showers but no lifeguard, so be extra careful. There are no sun beds, but there is a sitting area with plastic chairs and tables which are part of the Alma Beach Kiosk, the beach extension of the up-scale restaurant Manta Ray. In the Kiosk you can order some of the restaurant's simpler dishes and nice cocktails. If we're already mentioning Manta Ray (Tel: +972-3-5174773), we must say that it offers fantastic view of the Mediterranean Sea and Old Jaffa and serves great seafood and fish dishes. Breakfasts are especially recommended and a drink with little Tapas on the Manta Ray porch during sunset is a Tel Aviv experience you can't beat. One of the most famous restaurants on the Tel Aviv/Jaffa border is Margaret Tayar's, at 4 Retsif Ha-Aliyah Shenei St. (Tel: +972-3-6824741 – it's recommended you call to check on opening hours because they tend to change with the weather and the mood). Margaret Tayar is an inspired cook who loves to see people enjoying her creations – as fish and other Mediterranean dishes there deserve to be called. We said an historic museum on the beach and we weren't kidding. The Etzel Museum 1947-1948 (Beit Gidi) is located right on South Herbert Samuel Promenade, (Tel:+972-3-5172044).  The Etzel was a paramilitary force that operated against both the British and the Arabs to win Jewish sovereignty, before being incorporated into the Israel Defense Force. This museum follows the campaign to 'liberate' Jaffa in a set of well organized exhibits and English translated materials. Right on the Tel Aviv/Jaffa border you'll find the luxurious hotels Dan Panorama and the David Intercontinental. Both offer a great view of the beach and the Mediterranean, of Old Jaffa on one end and the Tel Aviv skyline on the other - A great view to start your day with.

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