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6 Best Bars & Nightclubs in Tel Aviv for Solo Travelers in 2021

So it has finally become viable again to travel the world and enjoy ourselves for a bit. Naturally, not every place is perfectly safe, but some are definitely doing a much better job of handling pandemics than others. Israel is definitely the world’s frontrunner in vaccination, and therefore a desirable destination for traveling in 2021. And if anyone is thinking about where he should travel to have fun himself, Tel Aviv should be on top of his list. With amazing Mediterranean weather, beautiful beaches, and a young multicultural community, no one is surprised that this city is considered the best place in the entire region for partying. Every day can start in a relaxing way on a beach, where you can indulge in many stimulating activities. Of course, while that is delightful, many of us are more interested in nightlife. Once again, Tel Aviv provides many exciting opportunities. If you are visiting the city for the first time, it’s a good idea to start from the city’s main artery. That is where some of the best bars and nightclubs are located anyway. We could spend several nights visiting several places every night, and we would still just scratch the surface of what Tel Aviv offers. So if you want to find someone to enjoy this type of nightlife with, check out be-escorts.com. But if you are interested in finding out what are the best bars and nightclubs in Tel Aviv, here are our six recommendations.

1. Suramare

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Suramare is our first recommendation, and for a good reason. We are talking about one of the best rooftop bars in the entire world. Furthermore, one of the most captivating bars you can visit with that New York type of vibe. The main appeal of Suramare is definitely the view. If it’s possible, try to get there for the sunset, no one ever regretted that. When it comes to what is their specialty in terms of beverages, it’s cocktails, one of the best in the city. The entire atmosphere is like you are in some fantasy place, and no one ever lamented their choice of going up an elevator and visiting this marvelous bar.

2. Kuli Alma

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For anyone that appreciates fine arts and lively murals, Kuli Alma is a place that they absolutely have to visit. Naturally, it’s probably for the best to visit this place while you are not too overwhelmed by alcohol, so you actually can appreciate all of those art beauties. But nonetheless, even those who are not interested in art can hit the dance floor and enjoy other types of beauty this world has. Bar and gallery combinations are becoming increasingly popular in Tel Aviv, so maybe you can give it a chance. Live music is how they organize their nights, so you know the fun is almost guaranteed.

3. Sputnik

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Relatively new to the scene of nightclubs is Sputnik. Don’t worry, they have nothing in common with Sputnik, a Russian state-owned news agency. Well, except the name. What Tel Aviv Sputnik has, is a cult status among many young people of the city, especially for the hipsters. Excellent music, sometimes even live music, is a standard. But generally speaking, it’s more of a place to relax and chill than to have a wild party. But you know, we thought to suggest something for everyone. Definitely be sure to try to book a place upfront. Sputnik is too popular to just walk in whenever you feel like it and find a place to enjoy yourself.

4. Radio EPGB

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The next one is a combination of different aspects of nightlife but perfectly mixed into an amazing place. Radio EPGB is a live music venue, a bar, and a dance club. Whatever you are looking for, this is the place. It’s nearby Rothschild, so you know it’s not hard to reach it, but it is hard to stay away from it. Especially when you taste the nightlife they provide. Depending on when you visit Radio EPGB, the vibe can be completely different. While it starts slowly, more chill, with cocktails and conversations, and then goes into a full dance club as night becomes more mature.

5. Shalvata

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When something is able to stay open and famous for as long as Shalvata, then you know they provide something of value. Shalvata is part of the Tel Aviv nightlife scene for some twenty years, and they are not slowing down in 2021. The easiest way to describe them would be as an open-air dance bar at the beach, but honestly, that doesn’t do them justice. During the daytime, they are more of a restaurant. Still worth visiting, of course, but in the evening is when the real adventure begins. Naturally, their attraction is conditioned by the weather. If it’s cold, forget about them and visit one of our other recommendations.

6. Jasper John’s

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For our last pick, we decided to go to a little less known place. After all, there is something particularly alluring in visiting clubs not everyone goes to. Jasper John’s is truly worth a visit, principally if you are a cocktail man. There, people take their drinking and partying seriously. You can go at any time and stay until it is dawn, you will still have a great time. The bar is diverse and fashionable, full of unusual decor touches. Watch out for themed nights, as Jasper Johns has mastered the art of starting a party.

As we have seen, Tel Aviv is the place to be in 2021. Now when it comes to what bars and nightclubs you will visit while there, and with whom, that is left up to you. Hopefully, we have provided everyone with something that is suitable for them. But to be honest, if you are looking for a place to have fun, any of our chosen destinations will deliver. So for anyone that has time, try to visit all the places on this list. We promise that there will be no regrets.

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