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What is coliving?

Coliving is a community living concept for like-minded people to live, work, and play together. Living spaces are well designed, fully furnished, with incidentals and utilities covered by one bill. Catering to various living styles and tastes, the main value of the coliving experience is access to the community.

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Destinations in Israel

About Tel Aviv

Officially known as Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv’s buzzing cultural scene promises a variety of things to do and see for digital nomads who’d like to thrive and play at the same time.

Picturesque Mediterranean beaches and a lively nightlife is a common scene in Tel Aviv. But there’s more to Tel Aviv than fun and games, as the city is known to be one of the world’s most innovative cities. The startup scene rivals California’s Silicon Valley and there are more than a thousand tech companies scattered around Tel Aviv.

That means that you can work hard and play harder as a reward after, making it an ideal destination for dedicated yet adventurous remote workers. That means that it’s more than possible that you’ll find a coliving scene to connect with as you hustle away. More and more people are choosing Tel Aviv as a coliving destination.

Beyond sandy beaches, you can also check out Jaffa’s Old City, a place filled with cafes and stores. White City walking tours are also common in Tel Aviv and gives you some insight into the fame of the Bauhaus architecture of the city.

A few facts about Tel Aviv:

- Tel Aviv means “Spring Mound”
- The city enjoys a staggering 300 days of sunshine
- Officially, there are 13 beaches found in Tel Aviv
- It’s named as the 9th best beach city by National Geographic
- There are over 100 sushi places in the city
- Tel Aviv is sometimes referred to as the “Miami of Middle East”
- The city used to be called Ahuzat Bay before it was renamed
- Tel Aviv offers incentive packages to entrepreneurs to attract international startups

Tel Aviv’s vibrant start-up scene makes the city all the more alluring to settle in for remote workers. A few months in and you’ll fall in love with how its beach destinations balance out the fast-paced urban lifestyle of the city. There really is something for everyone here in this eclectic destination. It’s easy to see why coliving is becoming so popular here.