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Tel Aviv is not your usual Middle Eastern city. This modern metropolis is all about the sun, sea and party after party. At just over 100 years old, Tel Aviv is a mere teenager on the scale of world cities, and it shows.
This is not your typical Middle Eastern city of crusader castles, mosques and churches. Instead it is one of colourful high-rise apartment blocks, cutting edge skyscrapers and a clutch of Bauhaus and Art Deco structures that look like they came fresh from Miami Beach. And just like its Floridian counterpart, Tel Aviv’s heart is where the beach is, making this one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Walk the length of Rothschild Boulevard, one of the world's great city streets, admiring the renovated Bauhaus buildings and stopping mid-boulevard to refresh at one of the many cafes and sushi bars punctuating the central reservation.
Pay a visit to the Sarona Center on Kaplan Boulevard, a newly-completed renovation of 19th-century Templar houses that is home to an atmospheric outdoor dining and shopping complex in the heart of the city centre. It's particularly enchanting by night, when locals party in the bars till the small hours.
Dolphinarium Beach is the place to head for on a Friday afternoon, when drummers and performance artists gather to hail the Sabbath, which in Tel Aviv always includes a beach party or three.
Spend Saturday, when Tel Aviv's shops and some restaurants are closed, in Jerusalem, where the old city teems with bazaars and cafes. Get there by noon in order to see the story of the city's dramatic history entertainingly spelled out at the Tower of David Museum in the ancient citadel, opposite the Jaffa Gate. towerofdavid.org.il