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Tel Aviv: Jaffa Old City, Port and Flea Market Walking Tour

1. Tel Aviv: Jaffa Old City, Port and Flea Market Walking Tour

Enjoy a guided tour of Jaffa Old City, a primarily Muslim district, and its historic port on a guided tour of Tel Aviv. See ancient history blended with vibrant culture, stunning architecture, winding streets, and rich heritage. Discover hidden gems and visit historic landmarks. Begin the tour at Abulafia, the oldest bakery in Jaffa, where you can purchase a coffee or bakery item. Then it is off to Clock Tower Square with its iconic clock tower, a landmark that also serves as a gateway to the Old City. Next up is St. Peter's Church, a 19th-century Franciscan church with a rich history. Learn about the site where the apostle Peter stayed while visiting Jaffa. Enjoy beautiful views of the city, the coastline, and the Mediterranean Sea. Then it is on to Kdumim Square, a charming plaza lined with restaurants, cafes, and shops. Take a moment to soak in the lively atmosphere and consider coming back here later for a coffee or a bite to eat. Next, explore one of the highlights of the Old City, the famous Flea Market (Shuk Hapishpishim). See as your guide points out antique shops, art galleries, clothing boutiques, and street vendors – all selling a variety of goods, and all available for a good price once you learn how to haggle. Walking through the narrow streets of this Muslim district, come across the Mahmoudiya Mosque, an impressive Ottoman-era mosque. Appreciate the beautiful architecture and serene ambiance of this sacred place. Move onward to explore the picturesque port. Learn about Jaffa Port's long history, dating back over 3,000 years. Follow your guide on a leisurely stroll along the waterfront, admire the boats, and take in the maritime atmosphere. Nearby the port, visit Andromeda's Rock, a legendary spot where the mythical princess Andromeda was said to have been saved from a sea monster by Perseus. Take photos of the coastline and the Tel Aviv skyline from this area. Finish at the southernmost end of the famous Tel Aviv Promenade which runs 8 kilometers north, along the beachfront, all the way to the Port of Tel Aviv.

Tel Aviv: Food Tasting Tour of Jaffa Old City & Flea Market

2. Tel Aviv: Food Tasting Tour of Jaffa Old City & Flea Market

Sample the finest flavors of Jaffa on a food walking tour in Tel Aviv. Get acquainted with the authentic street food scene, following your guide to hidden gems where you can savor local delicacies, freshly baked pastries, fragrant spices, and mouthwatering falafel and hummus. Start the tour at Abulafia, the oldest bakery in Jaffa, and a landmark for visitors and locals alike. Taste an Arabic bagel and savor the special crunchy hot Za’atar bread, fresh out of the 100-year-old stone ovens. Then, venture into the heart of Jaffa’s Old City, as your guide leads you through a maze of narrow streets and alleys, stopping on the way to taste local Middle-Eastern delicacies like traditional shawarma, hummus, tahini pita sandwich, fresh falafel, and mouth-watering baklava. In between this feast of flavors, see Jaffa’s historic landmarks like Clock Tower Square, St. Peter’s Church, Kdumim Square, Mahmoudiya Mosque, and the historic port that dates back over 3,000 years. Learn about the area’s rich history, stunning architecture, and vibrant culture along the way. Head to the Flea Market (Shuk Hapishpishim), soaking in a riot of vibrant colors, scents, and sounds. See as your guide points out a blend of antique shops, art galleries, clothing boutiques, and street vendors, all selling a variety of unique goods. Wind up the tour at the southernmost end of the Tel Aviv Promenade which runs 8 km north, along the beachfront all the way to the Port of Tel Aviv.

Tel Aviv: Jaffa and Neve Tzedek Neighborhoods Walking Tour

3. Tel Aviv: Jaffa and Neve Tzedek Neighborhoods Walking Tour

Start the morning in Jaffa, the oldest area of modern Tel Aviv, and explore with its most beautiful corners. You'll walk through Jaffa's famous alleways, the Old Port, the flea market and the artisanal shops. Continue to the pitoresque Neve Tzedek neighborhood, probably the most interesting in Tel Aviv, and hear about its history and architecture. This tour is a 2-hour walking tour led by an experienced guide.

From Jerusalem/Tel Aviv: Bethlehem Half-Day Private Tour

4. From Jerusalem/Tel Aviv: Bethlehem Half-Day Private Tour

Immerse yourself in the religious history of Bethlehem on a private half-day tour with round-trip transportation from Jerusalem or Tel Aviv. Visit important religious sites including the churches of the Nativity, St. Catherine, and Shepherds Field. Enjoy pickup from your hotel in Jerusalem or Tel Aviv and meet your guide upon your arrival in the West Bank. Start by touring the 1,500-year-old Church of Nativity, located on the site where Jesus was born. Take in beautiful views of the Old City of Bethlehem, including the bustling Manger Square. Next, take a ride through Bethlehem and Beit Sahour to get an overview of the area's main sights. Stop by an olive wood factory in Beit Sahour to see local artisans crafting wooden sculptures. Visit the Milk Grotto Church and learn about its historical legacy. Finally, tour the Church of Shepherds Field, said to be located on the site where the angels first announced the birth of Jesus. After your tour, you will be dropped back off at your accommodation in Jerusalem or Tel Aviv.

Tel Aviv: Food Tasting Tour of Carmel Market

5. Tel Aviv: Food Tasting Tour of Carmel Market

This food tasting tour takes you to the heart of Israel's most modern city, Tel Aviv, exploring the vibrant stalls of its largest open-air market called the Carmel Market (also known as Shuk HaCarmel in Hebrew). The food here is heavily influenced by the Jewish people who came from Yemen. Walk through the narrow streets of the market and learn about the historic Yemenite quarter.Discover how Israeli cuisine developed throughout the country's history. The tour stops at vendors that have operated in the markets for generations. Some of these vendors date back over 100 years, predating the formation of Israel. Over the course of the the tour, you will have the opportunity to: savor flavorful Yemenite dishes like a traditional malawach sandwich (hummus, salad, egg, tahini & malawach) as well shredded beef in pita; taste some of the freshest falafel; and enjoy some delectable Middle Eastern style desserts. As a constantly evolving marketplace, the tour will also visit the new trendy shops that are helping modernize the neighborhood.

Tel Aviv: Neve Tzedek Neighborhoods Walking Tour

6. 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: Pub Crawl with 4 Stops and Free Shots

7. Tel Aviv: Pub Crawl with 4 Stops and Free Shots

Join other party-minded travelers and locals and visit the most exciting bars and clubs in Tel Aviv as you take a 4-hour tour of the city’s nightlife scene. In Israel’s most cosmopolitan destination, discover some of its trendiest locations, along with local haunts, starting with 1 complimentary beer at the meeting point, where you can meet and mingle with your fellow drinkers and interact with the locals. Go to hidden, underground spots that only the locals know about. Departing every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 180 boutique hostel, follow your guide into the night, heading towards the bright lights. Stop at 4 different venues, each playing their own style of music, and get VIP entrance and a free shot at each bar.

Tel Aviv 3-Hour Easy Bike Tour

8. Tel Aviv 3-Hour Easy Bike Tour

Tel Aviv boasts more than 60 miles (100 kilometers) of bicycle paths, and on this 3-hour tour by comfortable bike, you will explore a selection of some of the best roads in the city. Cycle past museums and heritage sites, along wide promenades and by the side of beautiful beaches. Enjoy easy riding, together with many breaks for explanations of the city’s must see sights. You will explore the Tachana Compound, the old Tel Aviv Train Station, before proceeding into the bohemian Neve Tzedek neighborhood. Admire the Suzanne Dellal Centre for Dance and Theatre. Bike along Rothschild Boulevard to Rabin's Square, and admire the Ben Gurion Museum before you return to the port.

From Jerusalem: Bethlehem Half-Day Tour

9. From Jerusalem: Bethlehem Half-Day Tour

This half-day excursion takes you to the heart of the biblical story of the Nativity. Drive to Bethlehem to get an overview of the Shepherds' Field and to visit the Church of the Nativity, one of the oldest continuously operating churches in the world. Located on the West Bank, the city is heavily dependent on tourism and thousands come every year to worship or just watch at Manger's Square where Jesus is said to have been born. The city is the birthplace of King David, and means “City of Bread,” as a result of the wheat crop that grew in the region. According to Christian tradition, it is the site of the birth of Jesus. You will visit the Church of Nativity and the cave where Jesus was born. Continue to Manger Square, where Jesus was placed after his birth. Today it is also home to the Mosque of Omar, an important site for the many Muslims who live in the city. Explore the Greek and the Catholic Church. You will get an overview of Shepherd's Fields and visit the church, before your return to Jerusalem. The tour ends at approximately 13:30 at David Citadel Hotel in Jerusalem.

Tel Aviv: Carmel Market Food Tour

10. Tel Aviv: Carmel Market Food Tour

Discover the bustling Carmel marketplace, filled with brightly colored fruits and vegetables, some of the freshest produce and ingredients in Israel along with a spice market, fresh artisan baked good and so much more. Embark on a 2-hour guided tour through this culinary haven, filled with international ingredients and many small local eateries and cafes. Enjoy learning about the ingredients, recipes, and history behind the market while sampling some authentic flavors and items from the market with a knowledgeable guide. Highlighted samples include: ghat and etrog juice - a historical Yemenite ingredient, garinim - a mix of roasted seeds, a popular Israeli snack, zaatar with lahuh - a middle eastern herb blend with a soft Yememi fermented bread, halva - a sweet confectionery made from sesame seeds, or dolmas - Druzian-style rice wrapped in vine leaves.

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Unforgettable experience, would highly recommend this tour to anyone who wants to experience Jerusalem and Bethlehem highlights in one day. We were 4 people so we asked to skip the Dead Sea (as we already saw this) and personalize the tour for our needs, and they accommodated our request. Our guide Wassim Suliman even spoke perfect Italian and he was the absolute best - he provided super clear and detailed explanations of the history of the Holy Land, answered all our questions, made us skip the queues in the Holy Sepulcher and just made the whole day so enjoyable and memorable! We will never forget that day!

What an amazing experience!! Our tour guide Yonathan was knowledgeable about any and every topic we could come up with - we learned so much about history, archeology, religion, culture, and general social topics of the area. He was extremely accommodating and helped us tailor our day based on our interests and our needs with our young toddler. We had an incredible day and visit thanks to this private, personalized tour and our wonderful guide! I highly recommend doing a private tour to get the most of your trip

One of our best trips in Israel and Palestine, we booked it only one day before but everything was so smooth. Definitely the best driver ever, punctual, communicative, very friendly and patient. The tour guide Tia is very nice, knowledgeable, patient, very helpful and thoughtful. Wonderful journey and will recommend to our friends in the future

What an incredible experience!! Ohad (Dodo) was such a passionate, knowledgeable and all around fantastic guide - his company was just as enjoyable as this tour. Highly recommend for any travelers who are looking for an immersive and delicious experience in this beautiful city.

Such a magical place to visit! We had an amazing guide with many interesting stories.