Nights out in Tel Aviv

Rothschild Boulevard is a boulevard in the center of Tel Aviv. It is known as one of the most expensive residential areas of the city and at the same time a tourist attraction with its buildings in the styles of Bauhaus and eclecticism. However, for the party-loving tourists, the famous boulevard has a lot to offer at night as well. It is the perfect location for going out in Tel Aviv, because some of the coolest and hippest Tel Aviv clubs and bars are lined up on and around Rothschild Boulevard. There’s a party waiting for you around every corner! However, getting in where the locals gather often proves to be a challenge for tourists.

Tel Aviv – Pub Crawl

With the Tel Aviv Pub Crawl, however, it’s quite easy. During the guided tour, you’ll get to know some of the most hidden and trendy places that usually only locals visit. If you like hip-hop, techno, Latin or even Israeli music, you will definitely get your money’s worth during the Pub Crawl. There is no better way to experience Tel Aviv nightlife up close and personal and get in touch with people from all over the world but also locals.

You can look forward to:

The best bars

The tour gives you access to the hotspots of the well known party capital Tel Aviv that you would probably never find on your own.

Socialize!

During the tour you will experience the pulse of the city up close and get to know not only the Israeli culture, but also people from all over the world in a special way. The club tour offers the perfect setting to make friends.

The best deals!

In your ticket are not only the insights of the guides included, but also drinks and free VIP entry to all locations. So nothing can stand in the way of an exuberant night in Tel Aviv.

Important Info:

When:  Every Thursday, 10:30 p.m. Where: 180 Botique Hostel (54 Herbert Samuel) Offer: 5 free shots, free entrance to 4 bars Cost: 85 ILS (23€) if you book directly through the website, 100 ILS (27€) at the meeting point

Organized by TLV Nights.

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