May 4

Guide to Tel Aviv Pride Week 2019

Tel Aviv is always a fast, fierce and flavorful city, but Pride Week takes the city and its events to the next level. Tel Aviv is known as a prime location for authentic adventurers and luxury seekers alike to enjoy the best chef restaurants, nightlife, art exhibits, cultural events and more. During Pride Week, Tel Aviv will be filled with even more things to do and places to go, so if you want some top tips and plans for what to experience, here are the high notes to check out during your stay.

  • Events

    Pride Week kicks off on Saturday, June 8, with an LGBTQ family-friendly potluck breakfast at Gan Meir. The following day, there will be a party every day for the rest of the week from 12:00-18:00 with amazing live music and performances at Hilton Beach. And for fitness buffs, there will be an awesome collaboration of music and fitness classes on both Monday and Tuesday from 17:00-00:00. The culmination of the week will be on Friday, June 14, at the Pride Parade. Thousands of locals and tourists will flock to celebrate in the streets right in the heart of Tel Aviv.

    Photo by: Guy Yechiely


    Sderot Ben Tsiyon, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
  • Food

    The culinary scene of Tel Aviv is so diverse, and whether you want to have dinner with an amazing view, eat a unique Tel Aviv brunch, the city provides many options for every kind of foodie. For a farm to table experience, look no further than the stunning restaurant  Claro. If you want to fly under the radar and eat at a local favorite, Eats Cafeteria is made for you. Ya-Pan is ideal if you want a casual atmosphere but with top quality Japanese food. And when it comes to late night bites, you won’t be disappointed by the great food, live music, and festive vibe than at Kab Kem.

    Nahmani St 26, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
  • Nightlife

    Tel Aviv is known for the phenomenal nightlife, and for Pride Week, everything will be even more outrageous. After the Pride Parade is over, the party will continue into the night at the Forever Massive Main Party. This party will be hosted by some of the greatest DJs on the Israeli scene as well as famed international artists. The day following the Pride Parade will showcase an incredible outdoor party right in Park Hayarkon. This event is being hosted by the famous Israeli DJ Offer Nissim, and features many other outstanding artists. What’s a better way to end an amazing Pride Week than by partying outside alongside the locals of Tel Aviv?!

    Abarbanel Street 88, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Shopping

    When it comes to Tel Aviv fashion, there are so many amazing must-visit fashion boutiques. For some   top menswear options, Doron Ashkenazi should be high on your list. If you want to shop for men’s and women’s fashion together, Boutique 5 and Shine both have a unique selection of garments and accessories that are sure to make a statement. Of course, you can’t leave Tel Aviv without gifts, and there are plenty of unique shops to pick up something for everyone and for all ages.

    Dizengoff St 187, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
  • Attractions

    Tel Aviv has some serious must visit neighborhoods that will inspire and astound you. Wander around Neve Tzedek for a calm atmosphere and take in the beautiful stone buildings and cobblestone streets. Meander just a bit away and you’ll find yourself in the vibrant Florentin neighborhood; allow your nose to lead to you to the spices and Middle Eastern delicacies of the Levinsky Market. Or, take a stroll south to Old Jaffa and visit the flea market to discover treasures galore.

    Kikar Kdumim, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel