See the Amazing Antiquities and stay in a New Modern Gay Tel Aviv
Israel is without a doubt the best country in the Middle East for gay and lesbian individuals to live. In addition to the fact that gay people can serve openly in the Israeli military, Israeli governments have been promoting social equality for LGBT people for more than a decade. It should come as no surprise then that Israel’s capital of cool, Tel Aviv, has gained a reputation as one of the world’s top destinations for gay men.
Israel is without a doubt the most accepting and open Middle Eastern country when it comes to gay people. Not only is being gay in Israel perfectly legal, but public opinion about gay rights is decidedly positive. Although it is always possible to experience discrimination, you are not likely to encounter more than the occasional stray comment or dirty look.
Since your in This neck of the woods, it’s only Half-Day Tour from Tel Aviv – To visit Jerusalem.
Although, Israel, is an open Gay Friendly Country, Jerusalem takes on a different flavor. It is definitely a must see. So much history to touch and experience and worth visiting.
Now Returning to Gay Tel Aviv!
Choose from Gay Friendly, Popular and Hotels with a Sea View in Gay Tel Aviv!
1.4 km from city center Porto Vista Hotel
Tel Aviv’s nightlife isn’t the only reason millions of tourists from around the world flock there every year. The city’s incredible Mediterranean beaches have also received international acclaim, both for their crystal clear waters, white sands and the number of attractive people that can be found sunbathing there.
Although gays swim at nearly every beach in Tel Aviv, the surest spot to find “family” is at Hilton Beach, located just in front of the Hilton Tel Aviv hotel. Although heterosexual people come to this beach as well, you can expect most of your fellow patrons to be gay. Single men, couples, and groups of friends alike flock to Hilton Beach to enjoy sun, sand and surf.
Hilton Beach tends to be most crowded on Fridays and Saturdays, which constitute the weekend in Israel. If you aren’t looking to flirt or socialize, avoid visiting Hilton Beach on these days and go instead during the week when the beach is empty enough that you can focus your energy or catch rays or go for a swim.
Tel Aviv’s Hilton Beach is a quick cab ride from anywhere in the Tel Aviv area. Or, if you’re staying in central Tel Aviv, you can walk to the beach. Simply head north on Dizengoff Street until you hit Jabotinsky Street, then take a left and walk down to the water.
Gay Tel Aviv
Indeed, whether you come to Tel Aviv for the gay nightlife, to lie on a gay beach, to experience a Middle Eastern gay pride or just to enjoy the company of fellow gays, there is perhaps no better gay destination in the Middle East and very few others in the world. So consider adding Tel Aviv to your Travel Bucket List! Book it now!