Tel Aviv is a magnificent destination to encounter world-class culture and architecture that combines ancient history with Modernism, a distinctive Bauhaus style that has made Tel Aviv a renown must-visit metropolis. Unlike the conservative Jerusalem, this second largest city in Israel is seen as tolerant, liberal, and even hedonistic. Understand how it developed quickly and got great influence from a Jewish mindset, as well as from European cities such as Warsaw.
Join the Free Tours of Tel Aviv to unveil countless legends and secrets that only a local guide could share. Enjoy strolling through the White City, a designated World Heritage Site by UNESCO with thousands of Bauhaus-style buildings, and witness the collision this place shows against its opposite city (in character and mentality) Jerusalem. Visit must-see attractions in the Modernist area as well as in the Old City, among them the Dizengoff Circus, Bet Bialik House Museum, Carmel Market, Jaffa Clock Tower, the Suspended Orange Tree, St Nicholas Monastery, and more!
Free Tours in Tel Aviv offer a comfortable, fun, and educational closeness to the city’s everyday life while navigating amid impressive buildings, mosques, museums, ports, markets, and squares. Enjoy exploring Tel Aviv in just a few hours for free!
See Tel Aviv by foot and save a few bucks! The foremost way to get a chance to explore the city and learn about its history is by joining one of the free walking tours offered throughout this amazing place. Below you’ll find some of the best ones at your disposal:
Self-guided walking tours are great opportunities to get acquainted with a new city and enjoy a tranquil, almost tailor-made adventure. For around 2 hours this free exploration by foot promoted by GpsMyCity offers a route that includes all the main sights on the outskirts of the old Jaffa. Witness the contemporary life of an ancient place that marked history when in the mid-20th century its Prime Minister proclaimed the independence of Israel and consequently developed into the modern city known today.
Walk for 2 hours through an ancient Mediterranean port city, dated back to the 15th century BC. Enjoy discovering Jaffa as you navigate among narrow stoned streets and a relaxing atmosphere. See the Jaffa Clock Tower, Great Mahmoudiya Mosque, the Museum of Antiquities, St Peter’s Church, Summit Garden, Ramses II’s Gate Garden, Abouelafia Bakery, and more within 2.1km (1.3mi) for free!
This self-guided tour is a must-do for architecture lovers that wish to see a side of Israel extremely influenced by European artists who transformed Tel Aviv with around 4000 Bauhaus treasure-buildings, together known as White City. This hip area has cafés, restaurants, and boutiques spread around for anyone to enjoy its walking exploration and the city’s modern culture. Visit the Rothschild Boulevard, Sheinkin Street, Bar iLan Street, and Maze Street to spot as many attractions as possible in just a few hours by foot.
Please note Strawberry Tours does not operate the tours listed above, however, we are currently looking for people from all over the world who are excited to show their hometown to others.
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