Street Art and Bauhaus Style Architecture in Tel Aviv
In the White City Tel Aviv Free Tour, we will explore the architectural styles of Tel Aviv buildings and why it is called “The White City”. We will see the beautiful buildings of the Eclectic style and the White Buildings of the Bauhaus Style. Many of the buildings restored over the last 20 years. In 2003 Tel Aviv was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site for the International (Bauhaus) Style. On the way, plenty of sculptures and street artworks. This is one of the coolest places to be in the city, and there are lots of cafés, restaurants, and boutiques that will see during the tour.
Join us to White City Tel Aviv Free Tour to explore the artworks and architectural styles of Tel Aviv, accompanied by an English-speaking tour guide, on a 2 hours free walking tour.
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Tel Aviv is called “The White City” for the collection of over 4,000 Bauhaus (= International Style) buildings from the 1930s by Jewish architects who immigrated from Germany after World War One. It was constructed from the 1930s to the 1950s and contains a magnificent ensemble of buildings. The International Style includes clean cuts, simplicity and white walls, balconies, flat roofs, “thermometer” windows and more. This area has largely been restored over the last 20 years. In 2003 Tel Aviv was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site for the International Style. We will explore the buildings and their architecture and will experience the hidden messages embedded in architecture. Along the way, there are outdoor sculptures and street art that we will also talk about.
• The Eclectic Style buildings in Rothschild Boulevard and the nearby streets.
• The White City – Bauhaus buildings in the era.
• The Levin House, Dizengoff House, The Pagoda House and many more.
• Street artworks, sculptures, monuments and Interesting places of entertainment.
• Amazing stories about people, places and more.
Meeting point: 9 Rothschild Blvd, near the kiosk.
Ending point: Close to the starting point.
Duration: 2 Hours Tour.
Length: 1.5 Km (About 1 Mile).
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.
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