Explore the Old City of Jerusalem and learn about the important historical and religious sites along the way on a guided day trip from Tel Aviv. Traveling on this small-group tour ensures an intimate experience not found on the common 40-person tours of Jerusalem. Plus, this tour allows you to bring your luggage along, so the tour can double as a transfer from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Tick off more of the West Bank’s and Palestine’s iconic sites in less time on this full-day tour from Tel Aviv. Ideal for first-time visitors, this excursion covers the Jordan River Baptismal Site (Yardenit), the ancient city of Jericho, and Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus. See, too, Ramallah, the administrative center of the Palestine authority. Lunch is included on this small-group tour, which is limited to 10 people and requires a valid passport.
The best way to experience the holy city of Jerusalem is with a private tour, which will allow you to understand its complexity, learn about its rich history, experience the archeology and feel the culture. I love guiding, I love Jerusalem and the land of Israel and nothing makes me happier than to share this love with others. I present very rich and informative guidance while presenting the information in a very vivid manner.
Visit the Golan highland’s vast landscape and Eli Cohen Park during this full-day, guided tour on-board your own four-wheeler with three meals included. Stop for fresh Israeli breakfast before exploring the Golan Trail to Kaalat-Nimrod and passing by the Sea of Galilee. Ascend the mountain to the Oz 77 Memorial and look down on the battle arena of the Yom Kippur War. Finish with a Druze culinary experience.
*The tour is subject to a minimum of participants to take place. If tour is cancelled because the minimum of participants is not met, we will contact youJoin us for a fascinating tour and awaken your senses at the first Jewish neighbourhood and one of the most beautiful areas in Tel Aviv. The tour includes all the “must see” places, and showcases the odd and wonderful connection between food and street art. You will get to see interesting pieces of art, taste unique flavours, and hear juicy stories.
Experience a day on an Israeli kibbutz with a tour from Tel Aviv that explores the collective community’s ideology, livelihood, and history. You’ll taste homemade beer and join community members for lunch in the dining hall, tour the site with a resident, and find out how the kibbutz is rooted in ideas that stretch back to before Israel’s founding.
Get to know both traditional and modern sides to Israel’s picturesque capital on this attraction-packed walking tour of Tel Aviv. Trace the emergence of the city through its early history and iconic architecture as you discover top sights, from hip neighborhoods like Neve Tzedeck and Florentine to Bauhaus buildings and Rothschild Boulevard.
Colorful piles of fresh fruits, pastries, and spices line the aisles at Carmel Market (Shuk Ha’Carmel), drawing everyone from Tel Aviv shoppers to hungry travelers. Between Hebrew signs and unfamiliar foods, though, it’s easy to miss the market’s most authentic flavors: Visit Carmel Market with a guide to taste your way through local stalls and Israeli delicacies, getting the back story on each thing you try.
Get a personal introduction to Israel’s ‘White City’ on a private, half-day walking tour of Tel Aviv that explores history, heritage, and local color. Create the perfect itinerary for your interests, strolling past the elegant homes along Rothschild Boulevard and visiting historic Ahuzat Bayit. Take in ‘Independence Hall,’ a vibrant fresh food bazaar and Old Jaffa, whose ancient port and narrow streets have seen 4,000 years of history.
Join us to discover the many colors of ‘the White City’, a cool, cosmopolitan, easy going city that doesn't sleep!We will stroll through some of Tel Aviv's must-see attractions and sights, Including Rothschild boulevard, Neve Zedek neighborhood, the first kiosk and cinema, the first skyscraper, bauhaus architecture, Nahalat Binyamin st., HaCarmel Market, Dizengof's house and the Hall of Independence, Bialik's house and the Meir garden and many more.With your friendly expert local guide, you can have a discussion, learn about the Israeli society and, of course, learn about the local cuisine and get great tips for the best bars and restaurants in town - Hummus, Falafel, Shakshuka, Sabich, and more!
Explore the Neve Tzedek neighborhood built in the port of Jaffa during this private tour with a guide. Learn about the connections and history between Tel Aviv and nearby Jaffa and wander to sights like the Eden Cinema, Chelouche Synagogue, the Nahum Gutman Museum and more. Hear about this area’s past and its modern offerings before visiting the HaTachana market to shop and eat.
The concept for my tour has been developed by me after I realized that most of the tourists don't get the full experience of Tel Aviv and that's what I want to give to my customers.The tour is all about food ,drinks and sweets from Tel Aviv.We will taste wine,taste some fresh dishes , and eat good Middle Eastern food - the Tel Avivian way :)*** THE PRICE INCLUDES FOOD (over 12 dishes) AND WINE TASTING *** So if You want to eat great food, drink great wines and discover about the israeli cusine you are more than invited
Explore graffiti and street art on a walk through one of two colorful Tel Aviv neighborhoods: You’ll see cutting-edge culture in hip Florentin, or discover the bustling arts scene along Nahalat Binyamin. With a focus on Israeli artists and Tel Aviv’s street art scene, it’s the chance to experience a side of the city that you won’t find in museums or galleries.
Retrace the footsteps of Jesus, and learn about Jerusalem’s most important holy sights, on this full-day guided tour. Exploring Jerusalem with a guide means you won’t get lost, and you’ll hear in depth commentary along the way. Tick off many top landmarks in a day, including the Mount of Olives, the Church of the Ascension, the Church of Pater Noster, the Church of All Nations, and the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre.
The Tel Aviv tour is a unique combination of activities for a day filled with art, history, culture, and food exploring Tel Aviv by foot on a comprehensive walking architecture, food and street art tour. When possible, we have collaborated directly with the local street artists to promote accurate information and support of their work. After the tour we will provide information of artists whose work has been seen on the tour providing social media information and where possible, opportunities to purchase work directly from the artists.
Walk through the streets of South Tel Aviv admiring and learning about the vibrant street art and graffiti scene in Tel Aviv. Common motifs, symbols, and alphabetic letters can mean a multitude of things and each tells their own narrative. Explore with a knowledgeable guide and gain a deeper more insightful understanding of the street art in Tel Aviv. When possible, we have collaborated directly with the local street artists to promote accurate information and support of their work. After the tour we will provide information of artists whose work has been seen on the tour providing social media information and where possible, opportunities to purchase work directly from the artists.
Visiting a local market is always better in the company of someone who can guide you through the stalls and flavors. This guided tour takes you to Tel Aviv's Levinsky Market to taste various delicacies from six different stalls.
Get to know one of the most vibrant streets in Tel Aviv during this guided pub crawl on historic Rothschild Boulevard. Gather and meet your fellow pub-crawlers before setting out to experience local nightlife at four bars and clubs. Learn a little history from your guide along the way and enjoy VIP entrance and one shot at each bar.
Explore the major attractions of the Old City of Jerusalem on this half-day walking tour. Offered every day, with guaranteed departures, this comprehensive tour will offer a memorable and insightful combination of the city’s highlights in one morning of touring. The walking tour will visit highlights including the Via Dolorosa, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the Western Wall. One of the holiest cities, important to Jews, Christians, and Muslims, the Highlights of Jerusalem walking tour is one of the best ways to see the four quarters of the city and major attractions with a knowledgeable and licensed guide. The tour ends in Jerusalem.
Experience Tel Aviv’s legendary nightlife on a pub crawl that explores some of the city’s hottest bars and clubs, with perks that include skip-the-line entry and VIP access. Drink specials and free shots at every bar get the party started as you visit four or five party destinations, and you’ll be dancing and drinking alongside a fun, high-energy group of fellow travelers.
Gain a better understanding of the Gaza-Israel conflict on this tour of the border, where you'll visit historical sites and lookout points on the northern side. Meet Israelis who live in border towns, and talk to a Gaza resident via video to gain insight into what life is like here. See a Gaza border-crossing point; visit an active Kibbutz; stop at a Palestinian village destroyed by war; and learn about an art project on the border wall called "Paths to Peace." This tour offers a way to learn a bit about the local history and culture from a first-hand perspective.
Street food is an invaluable part of Tel Aviv's intriguing culinary scene, the city streets are filled with vendors offering dishes and snacks from every corner of the globe. First of these are the ones we all know: Falafel, Humus, Sabich and Burekas, none originated here, but all are very much Israeli. Any random person off the street will be happy to direct you to the place that makes the best pita dish - After all, they are all the best!- Visit the busiest, most famous street food stands in Tel Aviv.- Try the most iconic Israeli street food dishes.- Learn about street food from a local guide.Tour includes- 4 food tastings at authentic street food stands.- 1 drink- 1 dessert