Discover Old Jaffa
Your visit starts at Old Jaffa, UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy visiting the sites which history is spread over 3,500 years of this town history. Were you will walk along the winding alleyways of the Old town Jaffa. You will wander around remains of Crusader architecture, where the best modern galleries and theaters are set today. You will enjoy seeing ancient mosques and medieval churches, including the world-famous St. Peter Church.
Visit Carmel Market and Nahalat Benjamin
Carmel Food Market was the first market built at newborn Tel Aviv at 1920. Its streets and lanes are full of bustling life, noise, flavors and smells from hundreds of different stalls and small cafes and restaurants.
Nahalat Benjamin (Benjamin Heritage) neighborhood dates from 1909, the same year when Tel Aviv was established. This pedestrian street neighborhood is full of nice textile shops and ethnical restaurants, and its architecture will take you back to Europe of the early XX Century. Moreover, if you choose a tour on Tuesday of Friday, you will also be able to enjoy a colorful Artists Open Air market here.
Enjoy the fascinating panorama of the Modern Tel Aviv from the open balcony of Itzhak Rabin Memorial Museum.
See Tel Aviv White City and Rothschild Boulevard
The tour continues on to the vibrant heart of modern Tel Aviv along Rothschild Boulevard. Due to its unique architectural beauty and historical importance, this part of Tel Aviv, usually called White City of Tel Aviv, was designated a World Heritage site by UNESCO.
Drive through the diversity and beauty of Modern Tel Aviv
On a way back to your hotel, you will enjoy driving through different additional areas of Tel Aviv, to complete your picture of the city.