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Tel Aviv through a lens - PRIVATE tour

Highlights
  • Private Guide
  • Meeting on one of Tel Aviv's most famous streets
  • Get expert photography advice
  • Walk away with a fantastic memento from your day
  • Understand different photography techniques for different scenes.
Description
This is a private tour for up to 5 participants. 

The tour will start on one of Tel Aviv’s most fashionable streets, the Rothschild Boulevard. Made famous for its Bauhaus architecture, the tree lined boulevard forms part of Tel Aviv’s White City and was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site making it the perfect spot to take some interesting urban snaps. 

From there you can choose to visit a number of other locations. Depending on whether you prefer photographing some of the stunning landscapes or busier locations, Tel Aviv offers a huge range in possible scenes for you to photograph. You can choose between visiting Tel Aviv’s famous beach for some beautiful scenic shots. Photograph the white sandy beaches and the clear Mediterranean sea. 



Alternatively you can head to the busy Carmel Market where you can, with the help of Tomer, capture the sights, sounds and smells of this bustling Middle Eastern shuk (market). Wander through the busy aisles photographing the mountains of fresh produce, shoppers and fellow tourists. 

Other options for places to visit include; Park Hayarkon, Old Jaffa and Independence Hall . The choice is yours. 

By the end of the day you will be left with an unforgettable tour of Israel’s biggest city and have the photo’s to show for it. This is a private tour so you are able to pick the spots and the route for tour photo tour.

As this is a private tour the itinerary can be adjusted to suit your preferences.
Included
  • Guided tour
Not included
  • Entrance fees
  • Meals during the day
  • Transportation
  • Use of cameras, please bring your own.
Meeting Point
Rothschild Boulevard
Dropoff Point
The tour ends at the last photography location