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The feeling is unexplainable when you finally step in the biggest (probably not the biggest, but definitely the biggest I’ve been to) parade of all times. Tel Aviv is not even that big of a city yet, thousands and thousands of people gathered all together wearing the craziest rainbow outfits to dance, party, and unite all together.

The parade started at the top of the Tayelet, the famous 5 km ”promenade” in Tel Aviv, and made its way until the other end, with people following the party trucks and dancing like crazy! The music was so loud and so fun that you can’t help it but dance along with the others. I really hope anyone visiting or living in Tel Aviv has the chance to once in their life go to the Gay Pride Parade just to see how unbelievably crazy it is!

So put on your best colorful clothes and yalla let’s go have fun on the next Gay Pride Parade 2017 in Tel Aviv!

2017-04-04T08:25:04+00:00 August 12th, 2016|Israel|3 Comments

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