I'm planning a trip to Tel Aviv (and possibly also Jerusalem) for next spring. I've never been to Israel before and want to enjoy Tel Aviv and avoid overpriced, very touristy areas however unfortunately I don't speak any Hebrew at all. I also don't speak Arabic. I am slightly worried about visiting Israel for this reason. I understand that I could probably get by in English but I am worried about this as I don't want to be ripped off with regards to prices in restaurants and I also want to avoid overly tacky and touristy eateries. I've never really been somewhere before that I can't communicate with people (in their native language) so am wondering how much my lack of knowledge of Hebrew will limit where I can visit, eat and what I can do. In addition to English I speak Spanish, Portuguese and French well and am wondering which of these languages will be of most use to me? Will not knowing Hebrew mean I will miss out on eating in smaller, more traditional eateries, for example? My question, I suppose, is how widespread is knowledge of Western European languages and how well will I be able to get by without Hebrew? Thanks for your help!