Tel Aviv Clubs

If you have spent your day sightseeing and are looking forward to dancing the night away in a club, then Tel Aviv offers everything you could possibly need.

It doesn’t matter what day of the week it is, there is always a party going on in Tel Aviv and there are clubs to suit every style and taste. The city has a few distinct clubbing areas, but there are clubs spread out throughout the city and it is unlikely that you will have to travel far to find one.

If you just want to explore what the city has to offer then a good place to start would be Allenby St. You can start down by the sea and work your way up the street. Along the way you will find numerous clubs of all different styles. Amongst the more famous ones are Beit Hapsanter, which offers a fusion of different styles and music, and Pasaz, a club known for its hip-hop but where you can find plenty of other musical styles.

Off Allenby St. but in the surrounding area there are many more options, such as Bootleg on King George St., The Cat and the Dog on Carlebach St., The Breakfast Club on Rothschild Blvd. and much more.

If you are not in the Allenby area then don’t worry, there are plenty of options in the north and south of the city. In south Tel Aviv you will find clubs such as The Block, a club that is actually located in the Tel Aviv Central Bus Station and is world famous for its sound system. In the north of the city, you can head to the port (Namal Tel Aviv) where you will find a number of clubs and can enjoy some great sea views.

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Ben Solomon

Ben Solomon is originally from the UK but he has spent more than ten years living in Tel Aviv. During that time, he has enjoyed exploring all aspects of the city such as the nightlife, the cafes and restaurants, live music and more. He is also a keen writer and a massive supporter of Tottenham Hotspur.

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