This bike tour of Tel Aviv kicks off when you meet your guide and get set up with a rental bike. You will also be kitted out with a bike helmet and bike lock. Then the tour begins with a drive through the city streets and alleys, along Tel Aviv’s many bike paths and through the leafy parks.
Learn about local history, Tel Aviv’s Bauhaus architecture, and let your guide tell you little-known facts about the city. The bike tour takes you along the length of the beachfront promenade. Your guide will tell you about the different Tel Aviv beaches, a dogs-only beach, a gay beach, a beach for religious people, and more. The promenade connects with the historic Tel Aviv port that has been restored and repurposed as a commercial and entertainment area.
Continue to Yarkon Park, Tel Aviv’s Central Park. Follow the Yarkon River that flows through the park. See the gardens, lawns, sports facilities, and trees that make this such a popular spot for locals. Take a ride down Rothchild Boulevard. The historic thoroughfare has a tree-lined island running down the length of the boulevard. Here locals enjoy the sun, play chess, and ride bikes. Israeli celebs are often spotted in the trendy cafes on Rothchild. It is also the location of Independence Hall, where the Israeli Declaration of Independence was signed in 1948.
The cycle tour takes you along Ibn Gvirol, a street with wide sidewalks lined with stores, bars, cafes, and residential buildings. At Rabin Square, see the memorial where Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin was assassinated in 1995. Leaving the main streets, the tour explores Tel Aviv’s lanes and sidestreets where you’ll see places tourists usually miss.
Discover quaint neighborhoods, local hang-outs, and see some of Tel Aviv’s street art. Tel Aviv is a bike-friendly city with an outdoor culture, and many locals get around on bikes. You’ll get a taste of Tel Aviv’s vibrant atmosphere and experience the city in a way that can only be done by bike.