Tel Aviv – beautiful, cosmopolitan, and steeped in ancient history
The sun-kissed city of Tel Aviv is Israel’s second largest. lying along the beautiful Mediterranean coastline, Tel Aviv has all the makings for a wonderful visit; rich in vast history and 12th Century BC ruins, the ancient port of Jaffo, the Unesco-listed Bauhaus buildings from the 1930s which give Tel Aviv its nickname, ‘the White City’, warm weather, beautiful beaches, elegant boutiques, hip cafes, delightfully vibrant local culture & lifestyle, and a buzzing nightlife means Tel Aviv really is something to behold.
Tel Aviv is ripe for exploring and the best way to do this is with a local free tour guide on Freetour.com. While visiting must-see sights, including Sarona gardens, Clock tower, Newe Tzedek, Shalom tower, the Isreali Diamond exchange, and plenty more besides, you’ll discover the incredible history and traditions of this multi-cultural place, and get a unique insider perspective on Tel Aviv from your authentic local guide.
Chilling out after your free tour is easy in Tel Aviv – sun, sand & sea are plenty, with most tourists flocking to Gordon beach, the locals tend to frequent Geula beach, a great place to absorb local life. You can indulge in fantastic local cuisine or renowned local coffee, saunter from museums to galleries, such as The Eretz Israel Museum and The Beit Hatfutsot, discover street art in Florentin, visit eclectic markets, and dance the night away in atmospheric bars & clubs.