When it comes to Israel, most people will associate Jerusalem with its sacred and sad, strong religious overtones, coupled with its magnified conflict and struggle, and give Israel a mysterious and awe conscious one-sided impression.
If Jerusalem is a city of heaven and earth, then the second largest city of Israel, Tel Aviv, is the city of modern and art. It is Israel’s most cosmopolitan city, an amazing city of sleepless nights.
The Israelis often say, “pray in Jerusalem, play in Tel Aviv”, and though Tel Aviv cannot represent all Israel, the impression of Israel will be incomplete if you miss Tel Aviv.
The history and the war so that most people have to predict First impressions are strongest in Israel, so Israel before starting to receive parents repeatedly urged the injunction. But my mind is repeated rehearsal with stroke, imagine Israel forever. The plane landed at Ben Gurion International Airport (Ben Gurion International Airport), the airport channel as time tunnel like, simple path and efficient mode of operation, and the golden sunshine in a lively and comfortable and peaceful atmosphere, have convinced me that you want to like it.
Tel Aviv is located in the West Israeli plain, bordering the Mediterranean sea. Tel Aviv Tel Aviv – Jaffa, including the city of Tel Aviv was founded in 1909 and has 4000 years of history in the port city of Jaffa, Israel two years later (1950), the two city for Tel Aviv – jaffa. The narrow coastline connects the old and new two worlds, and the blue sky and the clear water of the Mediterranean give the city its vitality.
At the same time, this is called “Si Xi”, as “Silicon Valley emerging entrepreneurial pilgrimage”, has become Israel’s most cosmopolitan city, multicultural collection here to become a modern, prosperous and romantic city, and religious culture adds its mysterious temperament.
Here is the youngest world cultural heritage – the Bauhaus Baicheng, passionate street performers, a wide array of cuisines, museums of different styles. There is also a night culture that can be enjoyed on the sabbath. It is no exaggeration to say that Israel has a unique rhythm, called Tel Aviv.
Rhythm of the night in Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv is vivid, and this scene almost never stops from morning till night. As the first rays of sunlight spread across the land, the rhythm of Tel Aviv begins on the beach.
Tel Aviv’s roughly 10 kilometer long stretch of coastline is lined with more than ten successive beaches, with many resorts on the other side of the beach. Early in the morning, tourists and locals walk along the beach walk street, play volleyball on the beach, or surf the mediterranean. This scene will continue from dawn to sunset, even at nightfall, still can hear the sound of the beach volleyball as one falls, another rises.
Israel in the waters of governance without a sense of smell very fruitful, the sea clear white, soft sand everywhere to enjoy sunbathing lovers. There are toilets and toilets at intervals of the beach, and even wireless and charger devices.
Along the coastline from the Metro to the ancient city of Victoria, about 30 minutes away, you can experience over 4000 years of historical change.
The ancient city of elegance is one of the oldest port cities in the world and the first station for pilgrims from sea to Jerusalem. “Jerusalem stone house row upon row of color”, he is embedded in museums and various handicraft shops dotted.
There is a “living museum” in Iraq Lana Gul Museum in the ancient city of Jaffa, which consists of Jewish artist Yi Lana (Ilana Goor) the building, rebuilt from a has 300 years of history of ancient building, this building was the first Jewish pilgrims to the hotel on Jerusalem Road, now is the artist home, she also works for the museum collection and display.
The museum has a collection of more than 500 pieces of art from Israel and around the world, including his works, painting, sculpture, video, tribal art, antiques, drawings and design works. In addition to the own work, here you can also see the Oder Lellouche Roi Pajursky, contemporary works such as young Israeli artist, Menashe Kadishman, Diego Giacometti, Henry Moore and Uri Lifshitz and other famous artists, in addition, there are works of art from Africa and South America in the third world.
Another way to experience the rhythm of the city of Tel Aviv is to integrate into the city and experience the feast of concentration.
Kamel (Carmel) is Israel’s largest outdoor market in traditional markets, since the founding of Israel after the beginning of the formation of the scale, here to sell Israel locally grown colored fruits and vegetables, cooked food and traditional clothing accessories. Israel is only 20% of the land can be cultivated, but in such harsh natural conditions, agriculture created a myth, not only to meet their own national needs, but also a large number of exports to Europe and the United States, our common “Cherry Tomatoes” came from israel.
Today’s Kamel is not just a concept of the farmer’s market, surrounded by fashionable restaurants, bars and cafes.
Tel Aviv sleepless nights are not just young people. In bars such as Zazu, you will see many local middle-aged people who hold the wine body with the melody. Jews are very friendly, especially for the Chinese people, so if you are ready to feel the local night Pu culture, you have to prepare, just a glass of wine, a smile can be.