Tel Aviv and the surrounding area is packed with interesting sites for you to visit with your personal guide. Although a modern city, concentrations of Bauhaus buildings have made it a UNESCO World Heritage site. Take a stroll down the Rothschild Boulevard to see this modern architecture. As you enjoy your surroundings, stop at Independence Hall, where the declaration of the State of Israel took place. In the North of Tel Aviv there are several museums to explore on your private tour. The first is the Diaspora museum, telling the story of the dispersion of the Jewish people. The second is the Tel Aviv Museum of Art where you will see work from French art movements; Impressionism; Post-Impressionism; German Expressionism; Futurism; Fauvism; Russian Constructivism and Surrealism movements. Conversely, to the south of the city, is Jaffa which has a deep and rich history as the port of entry into the Holy Land. Here you can learn, on your private tour to the Tel Aviv region, the story of Jonah and the Whale, how King Solomon imported the Cedar trees from Lebanon to build the Temple in Jerusalem, and where Perseus fell in love with Andromeda. Today you can walk through the alleys of Old Jaffa, to the flea market. You can also enjoy the aromas and the fresh tastes of the Carmel Market.