Profession: Spiritual uplifter of souls through song and dance
Most spiritual place in Tel Aviv: Dolphenarium Beach, where a connection between people is made through drumming and other percussion instruments.
Profession: LGBT events producer and head of marketing at Moovz
Favorite bar in Tel Aviv: Kuli Alma, which has the perfect mix of outdoor and indoor space. Great food and drinks, artsy atmosphere and a beautiful crowd.
Profession: Architect at Studio Dash
Favorite Street Food in Tel Aviv: Dim-sum from Furama
Profession: Art guide at Tel Aviv Museum and Talking Art
Favorite museum: Tel Aviv Museum
Profession: Music and fashion photographer and founder of ROCKVEROLL
Favorite place to people watch in Tel Aviv: That’s a tough one, but I would say the restaurant La Repubblica di Ronimotti, which is now my favorite place to eat, drink and meet with friends, or Port Said with great food and music.
Profession: Storyteller, speaker and coach; host of Creative Mornings TLV
Favorite place to get your creative juices flowing in Tel Aviv: Café Bucke over a coffee, one of their famous cookies and great conversation. And, of course, CreativeMornings Tel Aviv. Find out more at Natalie Shell .
Profession: Lifeguard at Frishman Beach
Why Tel Aviv beaches attract people from all over the world: Tel Aviv’s beaches are close to its non-stop city center, they are clean and have lifeguards on duty 12 hours a day, seven days a week.
Profession: Artist and sculpturer at Tal Frank
Favorite hidden spot in Tel Aviv: Russian Orthodox Church
Profession: Owner at Top Sea
Favorite place to surf: Our own surfing center, of course.
Profession: Singer, songwriter, guitarist, and producer
Favorite music venue in Tel Aviv: The Barby Tel Aviv. It’s a great venue for live blues-rock-groove music with just the right amount of old school vibes to push you beyond your limits.