On Allenby Street in Tel Aviv, T+L finds pork on rye, women in babushkas, and plenty of Russian vodka—all the makings of a cultural mash-up. From March 2010By Gary Shteyngart“My hands are cold, but my heart is warm,” a tanned young Israeli girl coos to me in broken Russian at a Tel Aviv nightclub as … More Tel Aviv’s Little Russia
Conde Nast Traveler – June 2009by Adam LeBor In its centenary year, Adam LeBor traces how a city founded on a beach has become a 24/7 phenomenon of hyperactive Mediterranean style Here’s the answer to the Arab-Israeli conflict. Not two but three states: Israel, Palestine, and Tel Aviv. Tel Aviv is already a world of … More Viva Tel Aviv!!
*This is a recent article published in Enroute Magazine about Israel. I loved Tel Aviv, and would go back in a heartbeat to spend more time and explore this wonderful city!!” – James, World Travel Warehouse* Israel’s metropolis is one of the world’s great beach cities. And party towns. And design centres. Really. By Amy … More This is Tel Aviv (I LOVE Tel Aviv!!!)