Discover Amazing Things on a Tel Aviv Walking Tour

We will enter the Shalom Tower which was built on the site of the first Hebrew gymnasium and is Israel's first skyscraper. We will visit the museum inside this tower where a model of the city is placed, you will learn about the first Hebrew speaking Gymmasium, the birth of the state of Israel and the first Hebrew-speaking city, Tel Aviv. I love visiting this site because it makes me so proud to be Israeli!
 

I love starting tours here because it offers a chance to learn about the beginnings of this great city.

                       
Our walking tour will begin at the house of Akiva Veis, the initiator of the city and then the first kiosk. You will hear the story of Achuzat Bait which is the group that established the city of Tel Aviv. On the Rothchild Boulevard we view the "White City", the Bauhaus buildings.which are UNSCO World Cultural Heritage site, the Russian Embassy, and the Tel Aviv Community Office Building. You will hear the story of Achuzat Bait which is the group that established the city of Tel Aviv. I love starting tours here because it offers a chance to learn about the beginnings of this great city.
                         
Next you will see the Beit Ha-Atzmaut Museum, the house of the first Major of Tel Aviv, the first kiosk, and the house of Akiva Veis, the initiator of the city. Sharing the history of Tel Aviv always amazes guests of my tour. Most of them have never heard of the sites we visit and they really enjoy getting to experience them.

Walking through the City and will lead us to the Carmel Market. An experience of a life time. the largest market, or shuk, in Tel Aviv. A vibrant marketplace where traders sell everything from clothing to spices, and fruit to electronics, visiting the Carmel Market is a fascinating thing to do in Tel Aviv. The hustle and bustle, vibrant noise, colors and smells, as well as its reputation as the largest authentic Middle-Eastern style shuk in Tel Aviv, all combine to make the Carmel Market a favorite place for everyone from first time tourists visiting the city, to locals who come here to get the freshest fruit and vegetables, and some of the cheapest products in the city. 

 

Finally, we will walk to Neve Zedek, which is the first Jewish neighborhood outside Jaffa, then to the Ha-Tachana, which is the renovated train station of the train to Jerusalem. We will end the tour at Tel Aviv's beautiful beach. This is an ideal spot to take photos of your group to remember your amazing trip to Tel Aviv, Israel!
                         
There's more to Israel than meets the eye. Take a Tel Aviv walking tour and find out for yourself! I would be happy to be your group tour guide during your travels! Book your Israel tour with me today! If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email me and I will be happy to answer them for you! I can't wait to show you around this beautiful city!