Tel Aviv just became the happiest place on Earth

by Chaya Cikk

Tel Aviv is a hip happening fun city to be. One of the happiest places on earth. A city filled with so much history, culture, cuisine, sports, tourism, fashion, nightlife and so much more.

Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is a city that was built on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea in Israel in 1908. A city that has changed so much over the last 100 years. There is so much cuisine, culture, history, architecture, great nightlife and so much more. One might even add it is a city that never sleeps.

Tourism in this city is huge, 2.5 million people come to visit Tel Aviv yearly!! This number is more than the population which is only 500,000 people.

The museums here are endless, Independence Hall where Israel was declared a state is in this great city. The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, the Palmach Museum, the Bible Museum, the Bauhaus museum dedicated to a specific architecture used in Tel Aviv.

Jerusalem may be the eternal capital of Israel but Tel Aviv is the capital of start ups. Many businesses that are known world wide have offices in Tel Aviv. This is also a city known through out the world as the capital city for vegans. The options for vegan restaurants are endless here.

Finally, the culture of Tel Aviv, the friendly people, and the warm air and the beaches are something quite special. Definitely a city worth visiting on your next trip to Israel.

The Happiest People

Maybe it is the beach or the warm weather Israel has. Israeli’s are friendly and very welcoming which helps one feel part of the family here. This is probably why Israel has ranked 11th in the UN World’s Happiest Report. Did you know just by being happy it can help with life expectancy?

Wouldn’t you be happy living close to the beach, warm weather, with business doing well and friendly neighbors to help when you need? I am certainly happy living here.


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