We'll stroll through the quaint streets of the first Tel Aviv neighborhood built outside the walls of Old Jaffa, and learn about whereit all started. We'll hear tales about the Chelouche, Rokach and Gutman families, including the great love stories that took place in the neighborhood. The tour also includes a visit at the city's first train station.
THE MAGIC OF JAFFA
Stroll through the picturesque alleyways of Old Jaffa, passing by art galleries and studio spaces. We'll have a look at the lighthouse and recall some stories associated with the history of the oldest port city in the world. We'll cross the street for a guided glimpse of the Flea Market and become familiar with the special human fabric that comprises Jaffa.
SARONA MARKET- FLAVOURS OF ISRAEL
Tel Aviv's main "shuk", or open-air market, is home to a blend of fourth-generation shops, hipster hideaways, and arguably the best produce in the world. Experience the diversity of the Carmel Market's best eateries on this two hour tour.
SARONA -HISTORY AND STORIES
Founded in 1871 by German Templers, this unique site underwent amazing changes. Its residents were first appreciated for introducing advanced farming and manufacturing practices to the region; but later expelled for being Nazi subjects – in the heart of the First Hebrew City. Sarona transformed into a British military base, then the headquarters of both the Israeli Army and the Mossad – and finally one of Tel Aviv's most popular shopping and recreation sites.
STREET ART IN SOUTH TEL AVIV
Amid the maze of carpentry shops and auto repair shops in the Florentin neighborhood, we'll discover works of art that no one has ever heard of. Who are these street artists? What are they trying to convey? And what is graffiti? During the tour, we'll learn how to identify the artistic fingerprints of prominent artists in the city and get to know the neighborhood's new residents.