Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Tel Aviv

ST-ART
Serge Tiroche opens the country's first artist incubator - in a majestic Jaffa villa.
Bialik Street
Take a quiet architectural-led stroll down this historic strip.
Suzanne Dellal Centre
A historic dance centre that's a must for any visit to the White City.
Carmel Market
Wander through this captivating 'shuk' to buy fresh food, try some local delicacies and experience Tel Aviv's bustling culinary culture.
Cinematheque
Retrospectives, festivals and lectures make this the city's premier art-house cinema.
Noga Gallery
Emerging and established artists meet at this internationally-acclaimed gallery.
Rubin Museum
Visit this Bauhaus-style building for insight into one of Israel's most iconic artists.
Cheloush Gallery
Rooftop events and a ground floor café come as welcome additions to this recently moved avant-garde art hub.
Na Laga’at
Tell your order to the deaf, then dine in the dark - just some of the unique offerings at this deaf/blind theatre.
Nachalat Binyamin
Art meets architecture at this popular street fair.
Bauhaus Center
Did you know that Tel Aviv is UNESCO-listed as a site of Bauhaus preservation?
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Indulge in a bit of highbrow culture at this multi-floor cultural anchor.
Zaritsky Artist’s House
Two buildings of local debuts and retrospectives offer a welcome break from daytime heat.
Dvir Gallery
Multitudes of contemporary art in three very different venues.
Shuk Hacarmel
Take your tastebuds on a market-based journey of Tel Avivian diversity.

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