The coolest cities to be single in Israel

A few months ago we decided to teach you a few practical things for your next adventure in Israel. Those things were specifically oriented to our outgoing and single readers. In the same spirit as when we wrote about the best places to have a romantic date in Israel, today we want to bring you a ranking of the top 3 cities to be single in Israel.

If you are planning on making aliyah anytime soon, or if you just want to spend a few weeks in the Land of Milk and Honey while in the look for your significant other for the long haul, this short but cute article might give you a hand.

There is much more to know than just the Hebrew words you need for flirting, actually, you’ll need to know in which cities you’ll have a better chance of actually putting these Hebrew words into practice.

There are around 16 cities in Israel, but not all of them are full of young-ish love birds looking to meet the one that’s going to stand next to them at their wedding. Therefore, and with the only intention of saving you some time, we’d like to offer you a ranking of the top 3. Let yourself be surprised, because you might come across some cities you never thought were going to be part of this fine selection.

Are you ready? Check this out!

Are you single in Israel? These cities are for you!

Be prepared to be amazed. Some of the Israeli cities we are going to mention are an obvious answer to the question, but some others might be a comforting surprise. If you, or your children, are single and live in Israel, here’s a list of recommendations they will definitely enjoy.

Are you in your golden years but also looking for love? Don’t you worry, we have an option for you too!

#1 – Tel Aviv: Let the party begin!

Tel Aviv, the heart and soul of young people in Israel. There is always something to do, and there is always someone new to meet. The smallest city of the big cities is a gorgeous place to fall in love, and to enjoy a variety of options when going on a first, second and third date.

If you are single in Tel Aviv, you will always find an interesting event to attend that will gather all the singles who – just like you – are looking for someone to watch the fantastic Telavivian sunset with.

Institutions like the Moishe House, or like the Language Exchange Group in Tel Aviv even offer young immigrants the opportunity to mingle with others like them or with locals who just want to meet new people.

In short, Tel Aviv is a vibrantת fun city where the party never stops (unless we are living in a dramatic global pandemic), and in which it is very easy to meet new, interesting people. Who will that new person become in the near future? Only time will tell!

Also, Tel Aviv is the LGBTQ capital of the Middle East, so everyone – absolutely everyone – is warmly welcomed.

#2 – Jerusalem: Mingling near lovely stone walls!

Jerusalem also has a very special vibe for the single people who live there. In a completely different style than Tel Aviv, Jerusalem offers a mystical and spiritual environment that love-birds truly enjoy.

It is also full of events for singles, including speed-dating activities for all ages, and encounters of young immigrants who come from all over the world to the city of gold to meet a companion for life.

Can you describe any environment more romantic than walking around the old city of Jerusalem on the last day of Hanukkah, where all the little windows have fully lit menorahs? Or like enjoying a nice picnic on Jerusalem’s main promenade? Well, if you happen to meet a significant other in this ancient city, there are several hidden gems you will like going to.

Even if the partying style here is slightly different than the one in Tel Aviv, there will always be someone new to meet. Yes, also in a romantic way.

#3 – Ra’anana and Kfar Saba: For young souls with lots of wisdom!

If you left your 20’s and 30’s behind a long time ago, and you are looking for someone special to meet – especially if you were not born and raised in Israel – these two spots which are just 10 minutes away from each other, are the perfect places for you.

In these cities, you’ll hear lots of French, Spanish, and English since most of the population are immigrants that came to Israel either recently or a few years ago. They are very chill cities full of cozy little coffee places, very nice parks, and extremely tasty bakeries.

You can also find nice, restaurants, and many offices from large multinational corporations. Both Ra’anana and Kfar Saba offer hundreds of activities for their single citizens, mingling opportunities, and numerous events to mix and match, even if that goal isn’t announced on the posters and flyers.

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About the author

Arie Elbelman R.Arie was born and raised in Chile, and immigrated to Israel in his early twenties. He wants to take an active role in the development of this young and smart country. Arie believes that the best way to shape our present and future is to live with more horizontal hierarchies, to smile a whole lot, and to always, always respect each other.

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