June 10th, 2021


Тель Авив на 45 месте в списке самых комфортных городов мира для проживания.


A beach town with serious cultural chops, Tel Aviv is drawing on its past to forge an exciting future.
METRO: 2,654,000
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With its year-round perfect weather, laidback lifestyle and burgeoning tech industry, it’s no surprise that Tel Aviv has become a popular place to live for foreign-born Millennials and Gen-Xers (the city ranks #16 in terms of diversity). Tel Aviv also reaches #8 in our People category, and ranks an impressive #39 for Museums. Located in the city center and opened in 1932, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art houses a comprehensive collection of works by local and international artists. The new building of twisting geometric surfaces, designed by Preston Scott Cohen, is one of the city’s landmarks. Opened in 2018, across the Yarkon River from the art museum, is the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History, a grand monument to the natural world that also makes allowances for the country’s Abrahamic faith: Torah literalists can avoid the section on evolution. The two museums boast gorgeous architecture, but you don’t have to go to a museum to be immersed in art and design. In a city with the planet’s largest concentration of Bauhaus-style buildings, fascinating architecture is everywhere you look.