Tel Aviv is a relatively young city. Thanks to the fact that it offers free lifestyle and maximum opportunities for a variety of different professions.You will find a plethora of young men and woman who converge here from all over Israel. Some are at the start of their careers, some are students, some are searching for love, but most just love to live in this city.
The city (especially in the center) is mostly Jewish, but contains a mix of Jews, as well as both Muslim and Christian Arabs – mostly found in the southern neighborhood of Yafo.
Liberal Tel Aviv is mostly a secular city. On Friday nights, you won’t find it difficult to find entertainment. Additionally, most restaurants are open on Saturday afternoons. Although you will many times see Orthodox Jews, as opposed to Jerusalem the tone of the city is set by secular Jews. Tel Aviv is has a more international feel then the rest of the country and you will find that many that many of the bars and restaurants are able and willing to accommodate English speakers.
Although Israelis are not considered big drinkers (especially compared to the United states or Europe), it is a big part of the night life and not uncommon to see people walking around with a beer in the streets of the city.