• Live and Work in Ramat Gan

    What started in the 1920’s as an agricultural village has become today one of the leading business communities in the Middle East. Not only does the city boast having one of the largest diamond exchanges in the world, but Ramat Gan is also known for its superior schools and well-maintained and lush neighborhood parks with bike and running paths. Ganei Yehoshua, a beautiful and expansive park, is also located in the neighborhood. But don’t let the tranquil nature of the neighborhood fool you, the city still has a full range of shopping and services, including gyms, malls, and pools with both mixed (men and women) and separate hours. The Arts and Culture Department also organizes approximately 150 cultural events monthly in theater, music, dance, lectures, films and adult education





    Though you have the entire wealth of Tel Aviv nightlife just a short walk away, below are some favorite local neighborhood spots


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