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What do expats in Tel Aviv appreciate most about the local culture?

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We asked expats and digital nomads what they appreciate the most about the local culture in Tel Aviv. They wrote...

"Expatriates in Tel Aviv appreciate the city's vibrant and diverse culture, which is reflected in its many restaurants, bars, and nightlife. They also enjoy the city's laid-back atmosphere, which allows them to relax and enjoy the Mediterranean climate. Additionally, expats appreciate the city's strong sense of community, which is evident in its many public parks, beaches, and cultural events. Finally, expats in Tel Aviv appreciate the city's strong commitment to innovation and entrepreneurship, which has led to the development of a thriving tech and startup scene," said another expat in Tel Aviv, Israel.

"Most people are nice and will help if they can. They are happy to speak English if they can," wrote a member who made the move to Ramat Gan, Israel.

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