Tel Aviv is known for two things above all: its Bauhaus architecture and its nightlife. Both are wonderful, but represent only a
small part of this many-faceted city. Often called the Big Orange, for many people this white city on the sea is a synonym for
innovation and diversity, but in many ways it is astonishingly provincial, orderly and family-friendly. Tel Aviv has classic sights to see. If you want to get to know the city really well, you simply have to walk its streets. 111 Places in Tel Aviv That You
Shouldn't Miss shows you the way.
Andrea Livnat was born in 1974 and grew up in Munich, Germany. She is an historian, journalist, and senior editor for the Jewish Internet service HaGalil. Thirteen years ago, her dissertation research led her to Tel Aviv, where she continues to live, happy to be bringing up her children there.