Let me show you around fun Tel Aviv-Jaffa. The city has something for everyone: history, markets, beach, archeology, shopping, great food...... Below are four suggested day tours.

Jaffa Walking Tour 1

* Jaffa Tales-Go underground and see the audio-visual stories about ancient Jaffa. 

* Kikar Kedumin, the center of the Old City-See the square, zodiac fountain, St Peter's Church.

* Archeological Gardens-See the remains of pre-biblical Egyptian and Canaanite Jaffa.

* The Port-One of the oldest in the world. Find out about its history from biblical times to the British Mandate.

* Turkish Jaffa-The famous clock tower, prison, saraya (admin. building), mosque and sabil (fountain).

* Flea Market-Jaffa's "Shuk Hapishpishim" has some of the most eclectic shops in the world.

* Etzel Museum-This small museum on the beach presents the battle for Jaffa during the War of Independence.

 

Jaffa Walking Tour 2

* Kikar Kedumin, the center of the Old City-See the square, zodiac fountain, St Peter's Church.

* Artist Colony-Wander through the art galleries in the old city, visit the Ilana Gur art museum and gallery.

* Archeological Gardens-See the remains of pre-biblical Egyptian and Canaanite Jaffa.

* Simon the Tanner-See the house where St Peter had his famous vision which changed the course of Christianity.

* The Port-One of the oldest in the world. Find out about its history from biblical times to the British Mandate.

* Beachfront Walk-Walk where Napoleon and Herzl went, see the Armenian hostel and the Seafarers Mosque.

* Turkish Jaffa-The famous clock tower, prison, saraya (admin. building), mosque and sabil (fountain).

Early Tel Aviv

* The Station-Visit the renovated 1st train station in the country which is now an entertainment center.

* Neveh Tzedek-Walk through the first neighborhood outside Jaffa's city walls, later to be incorporated into Tel Aviv.

* Shalom Tower-Model and story of the first neighborhood, Ahuzat Bayit, where Tel Aviv began in 1909.

* The Port-One of the oldest in the world. Find out about its history from biblical times to the British Mandate.

* Meir Dizengoff House-Where the State of Israel was declared by David Ben Gurion.

* Rothschild Blvd-See some of Tel Aviv's best architecture. It's the place to see and be seen.

* Lev Ha'ir-This part of the city has amazing buildings from the early 20th century - a UNESCO Heritage Site.

 

Central Tel Aviv

* The Cultural Square-Where Tel Avivians spend their time at the Tel Aviv Museum, Cameri Theater and Israeli Opera.

* Sarona-Hear the story of the 19th Century Templar colony and see where they lived. Shop at the Sarona Market.

* Azrieli Towers' Observation Point -An unsurpassed view of the city and its surroundings.

* Yitzhak Rabin Square-See the spot where Israel's Prime Minister was assassinated.

* London Park-Memorial to the illegal immigrants during the mandate.

* The Promenade-Walk up Tel Aviv's fabulous beachfront. Memorial to the Atelana, the ship Rabin sunk.

* Tel Aviv Port-This is one of Tel Aviv's coolest places to hang out. Learn its history and about the Orient Fairgrounds.

 

Guided Tours From $350

Avi Puritz - Licensed Tour Guide
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