Israelis among world’s ‘best looking’

Israel is home to the hottest guys and the world’s most beautiful women, according to two new polls by Traveler’s Digest. The online travel directory and magazine written by travel writers from around the world placed Tel Aviv’s women and …

Israel is home to the hottest guys and the world’s most beautiful women, according to two new polls by Traveler’s Digest.

The online travel directory and magazine written by travel writers from around the world placed Tel Aviv’s women and men on both their Top 10 Cities With The World’s Best-Looking Men list as well as Cities With The World’s Most Beautiful Women: Top Ten

Israeli women placed seventh on their list. “Israel has some very beautiful women; there’s just something about dark features and green eyes that is exotic and appealing. Tel Aviv is the focal point of Israel’s youth culture and nightlife scene, so it makes sense that the most beautiful girls in the country can be found lounging on the city’s Mediterranean beaches and in its happening night spots,” the survey said. “A word of caution though; in Israel women over the age of 18 are required to have served in the Israeli military. This means that you should be very careful before trying to pull a fast one.”

Israeli men slotted in at 10th place on their list.

“Due to its enviable proximity to the Mediterranean Sea, artistic Bauhaus architecture, high-end dining, and a contemporary cultural scene, Tel Aviv has become a hot spot for trendsetters worldwide. Local cuties flaunt their fit bodies –made all the better by their year-round tans– at any of the numerous beaches and cafés found on the 10-mile seaside strip. In the evenings, you’ll find these guys dancing the night away at the trendiest venues in town. Reputed to be opinionated but ultimately marriage-minded, you could do worse,” it says on the site.

According to Traveler’s Digest the world’s sexiest men can be found in Stockholm, while the most beautiful women live in Kiev.

About Viva Sarah Press

Viva Sarah Press is an associate editor and writer at ISRAEL21c. She has extensive experience in reporting/editing in the print, online and broadcast fields. Her work has been published by international media outlets including Israel Television, CNN, Reuters, The Jerusalem Post and Time Out.
  • Robert Feinberg

    We invented black humor–Nathaniel West was of Lithuanian Jewish descent. I know we are weak and bookish, but it’s due to environmental determinism.