Neve Tzedek & Ahuzat Bayit Free Tour
In the Early Days of Tel Aviv Free Tour, we will tour the first neighborhoods of Tel Aviv. We will talk about the pioneers who established the city and made it one of the most exciting cultural and economic centers in the world.
We will visit Neve Tzedek – the first Jewish neighborhood to be built, see the Suzanne Dellal Center, the Rokach House, the Gutman Museum and more. Then we will continue to the Ahuzat Bayit neighborhood, which marked the establishment of Tel Aviv. Hear stories about the first Hebrew Gymnasium and where it disappeared, and we will end on the most expensive boulevard in Tel Aviv
Join us to the Early Days of Tel Aviv Free Tour to explore the beauty and history of Tel Aviv by foot, accompanied by an English-speaking tour guide, on a 2 hours free walking tour.
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For group tours, please contact us.
• Discover the visionaries behind the Middle East’s most vibrant city
• The Old Train Station, Neve Tzedek, The Twin Houses, The Eden Cinema
• Shalom Tower, Herzl St, Rothschild Boulevard, Independence Hall
• Bauhaus Architecture – “The White City”, Local Street Art
• The secrets and local stories …and much more!
Meeting point: The entrance to HATACHNA (The Old Train Station) (
5 Ashkelon St.).
Ending point: 16 Rothschild Boulevard.
Duration: 2 Hours Tour.
Length: 2.5-3 Km (less than 2 Miles).
Language: Only in English.
Tips: That’s what we’re working for.
Things to bring: Comfortable shoes, drinking water, hat/umbrella upon the weather conditions, camera.
Include: English licensed tour guide.
Reservation: Highly recommended.
Early Days of Tel Aviv
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