Tel Aviv hosts an enormous gay pride parade
By train: The airport train station is easily accessible at the lower level on Terminal 3 one level below the arrivals hall. If requested, the driver will stop outside the designated bus stops. The entire district is very green in comparison to the rest of Tel Aviv and contains some big and important sites such as Hayarkon Park, Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv University, and more.
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- In recent years, the Parade's reputation for inclusiveness, along with Tel Aviv's world-class status as a gay-friendly destination and a top party city,  has attracted more than , participants, many of them from around the world. June 10,
- More than a dozen sponsored floats were set to meander down the promenade, boasting DJs, elaborate costumes, and plenty of alcohol, to the final party at Charles Clore Park near the beach. The first event that many consider to be the first 'Pride' event to take place in Israel was a protest in at Rabin Square.
Jerusalem Post. The terms "pride" and "proud", in this context, seem to have been created in Israel, as the result of similarity of words.