- Stoll down Rothchild Boulevard
- Learn about the Tel-Aviv Bauhaus architecture
- Walk around picturesque Neve Tzedek, arty Nahalat Binyamin and funky Sheinkin Street
- Explore the Old City of Jaffa
- Lunch at the Levinsky Market
Learn about Tel Aviv’s rich history on this Private Guided Tour. We will see how Tel Aviv’s past merges with its present. From Jaffa to the hustle and bustle of Rothschild Boulevard, and the history and culture that lies in between.
Jaffa became part of the Tel Aviv municipality in 1950 and is known for its archaeological ruins, a stunning view of the Mediterranean Sea, and artist colony. Today the old port has been renovated to accommodate numerous cafes, exquisite seafood restaurants, an indoor market and hangars filled with contemporary art exhibits. A short distance from the famous Clock Tower, Jaffa’s flea market sells everything imaginable. Just name a price and be ready to haggle. Take in the sweet aroma of nargileh, as shop keepers pass the time by playing backgammon. Indulge in some local treats such as a glass of Turkish coffee, or try the local Malabi dessert.
From Jaffa, we will continue to Neve Tzedek, Tel Aviv’s first neighborhood. The area is filled with boutique stores and independent cafés. Continuing to Rothschild Boulevard, we will have an opportunity to see some of Tel Aviv’s famous Bauhaus architecture. On Rothschild Boulevard sits Independence Hall. We will visit this important site, where David Ben Gurion declared the State of Israel in 1948.
This suggested itinerary can be fully customized to your interests!