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Tel Aviv Named 8th Best City In The World, According To Time Out

Tel Aviv Named 8th Best City In The World, According To Time Out

The city of Tel Aviv was ranked eighth out of 37 “best cities in the world in 2021”, according to a global survey published on Thursday by the world edition of Time Out magazine.

It was also considered the “fun” city in the world.

“For the second year in a row, we were voted ‘the funniest’ in the world, and they were probably described as ‘good for people like me,'” wrote Tel Aviv writer Dan Sabri Raz.

The results were based on Timeout index: A survey of 27,000 city dwellers from around the world, in cities like Melbourne, Tokyo, San Francisco and more. Cultural Publishing asked for opinions on food and culture, community projects, green space and sustainability.

“We were looking for the cities that thought not only about the present but also about the future. The ones that make life better for both us and our grandchildren,” Time Out writers said.

According to the survey, 81% of Tel Avivians said their city was “fun” and 84% said they could “express themselves” there. Time Out also highlighted the wide selection of vegan options, the amazing nightlife and Tel Aviv as home to the largest Pride Parade in the area. The city is also known for the Carmel Market, the “beating heart of the city” where locals sell spices, chickpeas and free and organic produce alongside beers and arak.

“Tel Avivians are a tough bunch. When Kovid came to tourism, this high-tech center pressed the reset button. The epidemic caused” A City That Does Not Stop “to take a necessary break. “The vaccine race and soon the locals returned to sip cappuccino in cafes and do yoga on the beach,” Raz wrote.

The city of Tel Aviv suffered a blow after more than a year of few tourists to no tourists, canceled social gatherings and fought COVID-19, but in 2021 the Tel Aviv Pride Parade returned, alongside loot Pride Month celebrations, Which serves as another example of Israel’s return to normal life. Although the Delta version is currently raging, the country’s ambitious mass vaccination program, which now includes a third vaccine boost for ages 12 and up. Tel Aviv continues to offer unique cultural programs during the overall epidemic COVID-friendly dating nights in lifeguard towers And “sailing” cinemas.

San Francisco (USA) took first place as the best city in the world, followed by Amsterdam (Netherlands), Manchester (UK), Copenhagen (Denmark), New York (USA), Montreal (Canada) and Prague (Czech Republic) .)



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