We organize free walking tours in Tel Aviv. Explore Israel with our professional tour guides is the best and affordable way. All our charming guides work for tips only, meaning you may pay what you feel the tour was worth after the tour is completed. We won’t take you to any luxury shop to earn commission and we wouldn’t try to sell you any prepaid tours. Our expert and motivated guides will offer you an unforgettable experience. We also offer expert advice from our local guides to help you plan the rest of day, where to eat, what more to see, which beach to go, etc. The tours last about 2 hours and will show you the land from the insider’s perspective.
The tour guides will use our blue and white umbrellas with the logo “Join Us! Free Tour”, so you can recognize them easily. For more information or questions, please check the FAQ.
There are so many attractions to enjoy in Tel Aviv. One of the best ways to explore the city is to join our Tel Aviv free tours, so you can meet locals, be guided by locals and ask experts locals for all the answers you want.
Our excellent guides do not receive payment from the municipality or from any company or any other party. They will make an effort to give you the perfect experience of a wonderful tour in Tel Aviv, just for your tips. We hope you will be fair and show them how much you enjoyed the tour and their guidance by opening your heart and wallet.
Tel Aviv is the cultural and commercial center of Israel. It’s the most exciting city in the Middle East! It’s a new city, less than 120 years old, resting at the seashore of the Mediterranean Sea, with plenty of places to enjoy and have fun. It is known as the “City that never sleeps”. The city was recognized as a UNESCO site since 2003 and is nicknamed “The White City”. The best way to discover the many charms of the city is to join our Free Walking Tours.
There’s something for everyone, from the elderly to the children. Colorful markets, beautiful warming beaches, various architectural styles, plenty of street sculptures and welcoming people. It has an array of things to see, like an artisan market, upscale fine dining to theater and opera houses together with outdoor performances. So come to Tel Aviv and join our Free Walking Tours in Israel.
Early Days of Tel Aviv Free Tour
We will tour the first neighborhoods of Tel Aviv and talk about the pioneers who established the city, viewing the small streets, attractive houses, cafes and restaurants and the pumping heart of the city.
Tel Aviv Center Free Tour
We will tour the famous places in the center of Tel Aviv, including Dizengoff Center, the City Hall, Rabin Assassination Monument, Habima Square, wide avenues, fashion shops, unique cafes, and more.
We will visit the two colorful markets – the Carmel Market with street food, spices, bars, and delis, and the artists’ market on Nachlat Binyamin Street, with stories about people, art and more.
Graffiti Free Tour in Florentin
In Tel Aviv, especially in the Florentin area, there are many graffiti paintings and street artworks, in an authentic neighborhood full with young people and dynamic vibe.
We will explore the Eclectic and Bauhaus architectural styles of Tel Aviv buildings – “The White City” that was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. We will see sculptures and street artworks and entertainment places.
The tour will show you the bustling nightlife of the “city that never sleeps”. We will see and talk about clubs, pubs, restaurants, cafés, and other favorite nightlife entertainment places for locals and tourists.
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We are all here in the Free Walking Tour Team, trying to give you the tourists, a perfect experience of a magical and successful trip in our beautiful and special country. We all have the required license for guiding tours in Israel and we are expert in Tel Aviv. Our team of qualified, experienced, patient and smiling tour guides, are ready to guide you on the various trips and also to answer other questions, places of entertainment, restaurants, pubs, beaches, shops and malls, and of course, additional tours if you wish.
Living breathing and guiding in Tel Aviv for over a decade. Studied art, Judaism and Far East. Graduated from TLV University. Specializes in urban art and culture, and very much in love with the local street-art and graffiti scene, where she finds surprises, creativity, beautiful walls, anger and humor since 2011.
He owned one the most popular restaurants in Israel, The Alexander, which was in the heart of Tel Aviv from the 1990s through the early 2000s. He traveled the world, picking up recipes and learning various culinary languages. Now a tour guide, he specializes in Israel’s unique variety of dishes and the historic, culturally diverse Tel Aviv.
Graduate of Israeli studies with a background in Education. She loves Tel Aviv and dreams of getting others to do the same. Born and raised near the big city, specializes in love stories and the history of the city’s founders, energetic, kind and professional. Will guide you with a big smile and with her you’ll know the city through the eyes of a local.
Born and raised in Tel Aviv, fourth generation Tel Avivien and a big fan of the city. She loves sharing her enthusiasm with this young, vibrant city, full of amazing and interesting stories at every corner. Michal has been working as a tour guide in Israel for the past ten years, whilst also working as an Archaeologist, with a B.A and M.A in Archaeology from Tel Aviv University, specializing in ancient religions.
Ronen Nachman Graduated Geography and Archaeology at Tel Aviv University. Has been a tour guide for almost 10 years. In the army, he served in education and knowledge of the country. Since childhood, he has always loved to travel everywhere and to know more about the beautiful places. For him to show the beauty and secrets of the country is much more fun than work.
Born and raised in Jerusalem, Tal has lived in the Tel Aviv metropolitan area for 20 years. Her favorite leisure activity is international travel – and, while on the road, she especially relishes meeting and interacting with local people. As a tour guide, Tal enjoys getting to know the travelers she is guiding as much as she does sharing Israel’s rich history, culture and cuisine with them.