Tel Aviv Gay Scene.


photographer kobi israel

photographer Kobi Israel. Kobi is a talented israeli photographer renowned for his beautiful homoerotic art.

 

Happily thrust into the lime light of the international gay tourism scene in recent years, Tel Aviv is loving her new  international rainbow status.

Far from being a new phenomenom, Tel Aviv’s vibrant and colourful gay community has been thriving for years. Gay boys, girls, men and women have always contributed positively to the city and are a deeply respected and much loved part of the community.

First time visitor to this years Gay Pride parade put it this way.. ‘No one batters an eyelid when same sex couples wander the streets hand in hand, from your policeman to your granny, everyone seems to support the gay community here in Tel Aviv, its wonderfully refreshing.’ 
Called the ‘city that never sleeps’ Tel Aviv  offers a fantastic vacation destination for those whose purses tinkle with pink pounds. Voted as one of the 10 sexiest cities in the world by the New York times, some say the city rivals New York and London for its non stop action. 
Packed with quality restaurants, atmospheric sidewalk cafes, modern clubs bringing top name DJ’s, lively bars, live music venues, exceptional local and international dance and theatre options, fabulous art galleries and an endless array of designer fashion boutiques,  the city speaks to everyone and with the bonus of a beach on your doorstep and  delicious sunshine 365 days a year, its a city that simply must be experienced.
Proud host of Israels annual Gay pride parade, Tel aviv is a warm, friendly and liberal city. She is one big melting pot of action.  Shes kitch, she classy, shes outrageous, she graceful, she loves to party, she loves to relax and she loves you having a good time.  
 
Guy, the delightfully sweet owner of Guyoga  has recently returned to tel aviv after living in New York for 9 years where he danced professionally in off broadway shows. He is loving being back in the city and is certain gay visitors will enjoy Tel Aviv.  Guy offers this months tips on his favourite spots in the city for gay visitors.
yoga for english speakers guyoga studio

yoga for english speakers guyoga studio

Guys tips for Tel Avivs Gay Scene

‘Firstly’ says Guy ‘ know you will be well taken care of when you visit this great city. Tel Aviv is very open minded and offers gay beaches, bars, restaurants and clubs where you can easily make friends in the local scene.’  
Shopping/Dining/cafes -  Dizengoff, Ben Yehuda and Shenkin streets are great for shopping, dining and relaxing in cafes.  Cafe Lin on Ben Yehuda street is a favourite in the gay scene. 
Bars - Evita on Yavne Street,  Cedamus Amori bar in Nahalat Binyamin.  Also a gay bar on Gordon beach called Chick beach bar thats a good place to meet new friends.
 
Clubs - There are some brilliant gay party lines in Tel Aviv. Held usually at Oman 17, 1bar and TLV Club. PAG is a very popular one. These usually run on Friday and Saturday nights. 
RestaurantsRif Raf 22 Gruzenberg street, phone 03-5600039, Orna and Ella , 33 Shenkin street, phone 03 5252085 Brasserie 70 Ibn Gvirol street, phone 03-696 7111  Susanna,  9 Shabazzi street, phone 03- 5177580
Fashion - Moti Hason, Man for Man and all the shops in shenkin st.
Beaches - Hilton beach, Gash beach
Yoga classes in English - Guyoga, 100 Ben yehuda street  of course!!  Phone  03- 529 1595.   We teach our classes in english so please feel very welcome to drop in for a casual class or if you are here longer then we also have monthly passes.  give me a call or visit http://english.guyoga.co.il/
For more info on tel aviv’s gay scene click here
View Kobi Israels homoerotic photography. http://www.kobiisrael.com/new/albums.html
 

3 Responses

  1. cool pic on the top of the site, is there a public bus to gash beach?

  2. I wonder the same, soon a tourist in Tel Aviv. Please let me know if you hear of a bus. But what is this Gash Beach exactly? Is it the famous gay beach or another one? Are there a few of them?

  3. israel grazi

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