Embrace Tel Aviv's leisurely energy by eating, drinking and dancing as the locals do. First things first, head to Cafelix for your morning coffee fix. Pick up baked goods with an Israeli twist at Dallal Bakery before wandering through one of the most strollable parts of the city, Neve Tsedek. For a morning fry-up, sample one of the city's delicious shakshukas at Shaffa Bar. Cool off in the Medditerran Sea with a trip to one of Tel Avi's most popular spots, Gordon Beach. Beat the heat and venture to Sommer Contemporary Art gallery for fantastic local artists and photographers.
Point your camera upwards along Rothschild Boulevard to capture the modernist Bauhaus-style buildings that earned Telv Aviv its nickname "The White City". For trinkets, antiques and vintage fashion, sniff out the best finds in The Jaffa Flea Market. Tel Aviv is an incredibly bike-friendly city so rent some wheels and cruise along the beach before grabbing sundowners at Esperanto Bar. See a show at the Susan Dellal Centre which puts on contemporary dance performances like nothing you've ever seen before. In the city's most talked about culinary complex, Herzl 16, you'll find plenty of eateries including the fun fusion restaurant, Disco Tokyo. Tel Aviv's nightlife scene is booming. For some of the best vibes in town, head to Kuli Alma, a cool underground bar that regularly hosts DJs and exhibitions.