If Jerusalem is the official capital of Israel then Tel Aviv-Jaffa is the heart of the Start-Up nation’s nightlife, commerce, culture, and culinary world. Tel Aviv is built along a stretch of wide sandy beaches, from the gentrified Tel Aviv Port to the Old Port of Jaffa.
If you’re looking for the pleasures of a resort city and an urban metropolis, then Tel Aviv is the place to go. There are many ways to experience Tel Aviv. Take a Tel Aviv Bike Tour and discover the city streets like a local. Ride through Yarkon Park, along the edge of the Yarkon River, and explore the hipster stores along Ibn Gvirol.
Culture vultures are spoilt for choice with the number of excellent Tel Aviv museums, theaters, and galleries. On the Nachalat Binyamin Graffiti and Street Art Tour, you can enjoy the atmosphere of one of Tel Aviv’s coolest neighborhoods and discover the local street-art culture. See the murals and art deco architecture on the Nachalat Binyamin pedestrian street.
Street food is a big part of Tel Aviv culture. There are eateries on every street corner, and in every neighborhood. On an Israel Street Food Tour, you’ll learn about the city’s diverse culinary traditions. If you want to delve even deeper into local cuisine, take a Carmel Market Food Tour and walk through Tel Aviv’s most famous market.
Carmel Market is a bustling, loud, and colorful souk, with exotic food stalls and trendy market cafes and restaurants. If you enjoy markets, then you won’t want to miss the Jaffa Flea Market Tour “From Shuk to Chic”. This market is in the old port city of Jaffa. On sale are antiques, secondhand goods, clothing, arts and crafts, and an eclectic mix of weird and wonderful items.
Tel Aviv is known as the White City, because of the many UNESCO-listed Bauhaus and modernist buildings. The city has also been called the Party Capital of the Middle East, The World’s Vegan Food Capital, and the City That Never Sleeps. Whatever your interests, whether it is sea and sun or shopping and culture, you’re sure to find something you love about the Big Orange, Tel Aviv.