Tel Aviv’s Old Neighborhoods Walking Tour $55

2 Hours

On this evening tour, with a Tel Avivian Tour Guide, you will walk through early neighborhoods of Tel Aviv and hear about it short but rich and exiting history.
This tour is free for volunteers from abroad and evacuees from Israel, please ask the receptionist of your hotel for the promo code to book for free or Whatsapp Menno via 00972543121220

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Some founding myths will be discussed, you will see beautiful eclectic and Bauhaus/International Style architecture and pass some of the coolest places in Tel Aviv to hang out in the Bohemian/Hipster Florentin Quarter.

From there we pass to the oldest neighborhood, build in the 1860s by American pilgrims, where some nicely preserved wooden houses remind us of the short lived Adam's City.

Through the Tachana (Old Train station) we walk thought Neve Tzedek until we reach Rothschild Boulevard again.
It is a small group tour with max 8 people.

What to expect, comment from a participant:

Start 7.30 pm
Meeting point is King Albert Square, a small square with two benches in the middle:

Most locals do not know the name of this square, if you ask them for directions, mention The Pagoda House or the meeting point of the following streets: Nachmani, Montefiore, Betsalel Jaffe en Melchett.

Walking route

Rothschild Boulevard, Israel's Declaration of Independence was signed at Independence Hall on Rothschild Boulevard. Many of the historic buildings are built in the Bauhaus or International style, forming part of the White City of Tel Aviv, a UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site.

Park HaMesila, along the route of the old Ottoman railway we will pass a section of this new urban park, which is a popular place to hang out, 24/7., we will pass hipsters in their natural habitat in the coolest place in Tel Aviv on our way to Florentine.

Aluf Batslut Square, a grey, dirty parking turned into a typical Florentin style park with benches, beach chairs and some grass on the side. Great place to chill with beer, wine and tasty sandwiches or cakes from the local bar in the middle.

The Levinsky Market (Shuk) is a foodies paradise with its range of flavors, spices and fusion cuisines during the day. In the evening it is still lively with bars and restaurants.

Street art has made the Florentin neighborhood one of Tel Aviv’s most popular tourist areas. Bohemian Florentin has numerous cafes, bars and graffiti tours. This area is both an industrial zone and garment district and the main hipster enclave in Tel Aviv.

The American Colony is actually the German-American Colony, because the Christian Templars were fast to change ownership of the first neighborhood of what is now Tel Aviv.

HaTachana, the first train station in the Middle East (1892), now hosts a bit of everything - history, art galleries, boutiques stores, restaurants and activities for kids and families.

Suzanne Dellal Centre, three impressive late-19th century school buildings in the heart of Neve Tzedek, now home to 3 dance schools.

Neve Tzedek, tThe nicest area to walk through with low-rise buildings along narrow streets. It is the first Jewish neighborhood of Tel Aviv. Its location between the posh Rothschild Boulevard and the beach is the driving force of the gentrification taking place here.

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Tel Aviv’s Old Neighborhoods Walking Tour $55