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Bat-Yam, located just south of Tel Aviv on Israel’s Mediterranean Coast, is a city on the rise, attracting tourists with its beautiful promenades, beaches, and a vibrant mix of museums and galleries. Often overlooked in favor of nearby Tel Aviv and Herzliya, Bat-Yam is reinventing itself through significant investments, making it a compelling destination

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Located east of Tel Aviv, Givatayim is an integral part of Israel's Gush Dan metropolitan area. Founded in 1922 by Second Aliyah pioneers, it boasts a rich history. As of 2023, it has a vibrant community of 64,978 residents.

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Netanya, a vibrant city located 30 km north of Tel Aviv on Israel's Sharon plain, is named in honor of Jewish American philanthropist Nathan Straus. Known for its extensive 14 km stretch of beaches, it serves as a popular tourist resort and a regional center, supporting a population of over 233,000, making it the 7th-largest city in Israel

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Ra'anana, founded in 1922 as an American-Jewish settlement near the historic site of Tabsur, is an affluent city in Israel's Central District, bordered by Kfar Saba and Herzliya. Home to 80,260 residents, including many immigrants from the Americas and Europe, it boasts a thriving industrial park and was named a "Green City" by the World Health Organization in 2005.

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Tel Aviv, Israel's dynamic tech hub on the Mediterranean, offers young families a perfect blend of sandy beaches, family-friendly parks like Hayarkon, and cultural attractions such as Jaffa Old City. Known for its UNESCO-listed White City and thriving 24-hour culture, the city boasts a bustling promenade and lively markets, it's no wonder Tel Aviv attracts over 2.5 million visitors annually.

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