Photo by Erez Uzir

Over the course of this week, 6,000 Birthright Israel participants will flock to Tel Aviv to learn about the city’s major role in shaping modern Israeli society and its impact on the international community through high-tech, fashion, culinary, dance, music, theater, photography and lifestyle.

Photo by Erez Uzir

Every day some 1200 participants will choose which site they would like to visit through a specially designed App. Each site will allow them to take part in various activities exploring the highlights of Tel Aviv’s urban attractions.

Photo by Erez Uzir

Among the different activities – intimate encounters with social entrepreneurs, fashion and culture interactive workshops, talks with the LGBT community and nightlife icons in bars, backgammon and beach volleyball tournaments at the Bograshov beach, culinary lectures, a dance workshop with the Mayumana dance group at Habima Theatre, a graffiti-art tour in Florentine, an improvisation workshop at the Camel Comedy Club and a performance by Hatikva 6 at the Pisga Garden.