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Lonely Planet: Tel Aviv is world’s top party city

Lonely Planet has ranked Tel Aviv among its top 10 ultimate party cities, calling it 'Miami of the Middle East'.

Israel’s second city is renowned for its eclectic architecture, Bohemian spirit and its golden beaches, enjoyed by millions of the tourists who visit Israel each year.

Tel Aviv won the title in two nightlife categories: ‘Ultimate Party Cities’ and ‘Top Ten Hedonistic City Breaks’.

Residents of Tel Aviv are, according to the Lonely Planet guide, ‘oozing style and hungry for the finest art, fashion, cuisine and clubbing.’


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