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3 Things Not to Miss in Israel's Coolest City

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While Jerusalem is Israel's Holy City, with so many historic and biblical sites to visit and sights to see, Tel Aviv is not a city to miss when in the Holy Land. Forbes' Breanna Wilson tells us why the Jewish state's coolest city is a hot destination:

While you won’t find foams and spherified foods here, which is actually a much welcomed break from a trend that has taken over too much in recent years, what you will find is some of the most straight forward, perfectly executed food in the world. There’s a reason that they’ve been able to do this food for years without complaint or the need to reinvent the cuisine – it’s absolutely perfect just the way that it is. From the creamiest hummus that you’ll ever find – which locals swear is at Abu Hassan in Jaffa (seriously, it will ruin what you thought hummus was) – to the freshest fish and vegetables that speak for themselves, the food scene in Tel Aviv is vibrant and fresh without even having to try...

Modern and chic, Neve Tzedek is one of the oldest districts in town and was also the first Jewish neighborhood built outside of Jaffa’s Old City. While the area itself is old, the vibe is young, making this part of town particularly attractive for shopping, eating and just mingling with stylish locals...

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