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Tel Aviv: Neve Tzedek Neighborhoods Walking Tour

1. Tel Aviv: Neve Tzedek Neighborhoods Walking Tour

Enjoy Neve Tzedek, a charming old neighborhood in the heart of Tel Aviv. Our adventure starts on Shabazi Street, a famous road full of lively colors and old-timey buildings. You'll notice little shops and spots to admire art along the way. It's like stepping into history while feeling the buzz of today. We'll also explore the outside of the Suzanne Dellal Center, a special place for dance and theater. It's in a really neat old building. We will pass by the Nahum Gutman Museum, where you can see interesting paintings and things from the past. It's like taking a peek into an artist's world. As we wander, check out the buildings around us. They're quite unique, with different styles mixed together. You'll see bits of Europe and other places in these houses. Your guide will explain the architecture and history. To wrap things up, we'll head to the beach nearby. It's a nice spot to unwind by the water, listening to the waves and feeling the gentle breeze. Neve Tzedek is like a blend of history and creativity, with a dash of calmness. This journey will give you a taste of the past and a glimpse of the vibrant side of Tel Aviv.

Tel Aviv Street Art Tour

2. Tel Aviv Street Art Tour

Weave throughout the streets of southern Tel Aviv taking in the extensive street art that can be found throughout learning about the subculture and often political undertones and protest behind the artwork. Learn about both the history and the artistic culture in Tel Aviv and the stories told through the art installations found all over the city. 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, the tour guide has collaborated directly with the local street artists to promote accurate information and support of their work. After the tour information of artists whose work has been seen on the tour will be provided, including social media information and where possible, opportunities to purchase work directly from the artists.

Tel Aviv: Street Art and Graffiti Tour

3. Tel Aviv: Street Art and Graffiti Tour

Tel Aviv is a rising star in the international street art and graffiti scene. This tour will take you through some of the streets and alleyways of this where this exciting urban scene unfolds. You'll get to see some of the best street artworks and graffiti that covers the walls of these public space. Learn about the history of graffiti, discuss philosophical, psychological and economic aspects of urban art. Gain an understanding of the different styles of this constantly changing art form that infiltrates our everyday lives. Join this tour and learn the language of the streets. This tour is available in two routes: Florentine neighborhood - The hub of Tel-Avivian graffiti. Nachlat Binyamin - An open air street gallery.

Tel Aviv: Highlights and Jaffa Walking Tour

4. Tel Aviv: Highlights and Jaffa Walking Tour

Learn about Tel Aviv's history, culture, and art on a walking tour with a local guide. Stroll through Old Jaffa's flea market, spot stunning street art in the Florentin district, and try the local foods at the Carmel Market. Walk through Old Jaffa, with its flea market, art galleries, and iconic alleys. Continue to the famous neighborhood of Neve Tzedek, admiring the diverse buildings and architecture in Tel Aviv. Learn about both the past and future of the Tel Aviv cityscape while exploring the areas. Next, you will explore the Carmel Market, a cornucopia of flavors, smells, sounds and sights brimming with fresh, local ingredients. Marvel at the colors of fresh fruit and vegetables piled high, vibrant spices, artisan baked goods, local meats and cheeses, olives and sweets. The market is the heart of the city and is filled with energy. Enjoy several food samplings along the way including Dolmas - a Druzian style rice wrapped in vine leaves, Ghat and etrog juice - a local ingredient with a history, Garinim - a mix of roasted seeds, a popular Israeli snack, Zaatar with Lahuh - a middle eastern herb blend with a soft Yemei fermented bread, Halva - a sweet confectionery made from sesame seeds, and a seasonal market item. (Items are subject to change based on availability/seasonality). Then you will continue on to the southern Tel Aviv district of Florentin, a graffiti and street art haven filled with many works of art both large and small. The artwork tells a story, often with historical and cultural relevance. Gain a deeper insight and awareness to the subculture in Tel Aviv and the importance of the street art scene. 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.

Tel Aviv: Walking Art Tour with Original Graffiti and AR

5. Tel Aviv: Walking Art Tour with Original Graffiti and AR

See 8 amazing, original graffiti works by Israel's best street artists that were made especially for this group tour. Bring the art to life using a special application on your phone that makes the graffiti move and become more interactive. Each piece was inspired by a different story or character that made Tel Aviv what it is. Listen to your guide tell you about these fascinating artists, and about the historical story behind these works. Get insight on the technical aspects of each work Blend street art and tech together while learning more about the city before ending the tour along the beautiful coastline of Tel Aviv.

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4.4 / 5

based on 27 reviews

My tour was through the Florentin neighbourhood; in addition to seeing some key artworks, I was able to get a better sense of the neighbourhood and city along the way. I lucked out by being the only person on the tour because my travel companion had to cancel that day. My guide was friendly and knowledgeable, sharing the story behind each piece on the tour. I learned much about graffiti in Florentin. Many tours of places in Israel are focused on the ancient history of the place; this tour was a great way to experience a dynamic, and creative neighbourhood from the perspective of the artists and residents. I highly recommend this tour, it was excellent.

I enjoyed tour with Sivan Dadush. From the get go He helped me with luggage storage issue. Btw please let people know no luggage to bring. He was very knowledgeable about Jaffa’s and Tel Aviv history. Enjoyed visiting all places. For sure Enjoyed tasting local food, visiting local famous restaurant and knowing more about graffiti artists. A suggestion to offer: to plan more breaks, please, because it is very tiring to walk for so long in heat.

Yael is a highly energetic and bubbly guide. The whole day tour of Jaffa taking in its historical importance, Carmel market sampling from local stalls listening to stories of the dishes and the stall owners and ending with graffiti tour of the Florentin area is a perfect way to get an overall feel of various aspects of Tel Aviv. Get ready for a whole day walk with good shoes.

This was an excellent experience. The guide was enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and considerate. He ensured my comfort while walking around in the heat, offering breaks if needed, and adjusted the route of the tour based on interest. The street art and graffiti we saw was beautiful and presented in an exciting and informative way. I highly recommend this tour!

almost couldn't find my group as there were several others waiting at meeting point but once I did, the tour was brilliant. Very informative and enjoyable though comfortable shoes are essential. would choose this company again