Free guided walking tours in Tel Aviv city:
Fascinating free guided walking tours of Tel Aviv-Jaffa are available in English, all year around (except Yom Kippur). No need to book in advance—just come and enjoy!
Tel Aviv University – Art And Architecture
Every Monday at 11:00 a.m.
* Except for Jewish holidays, The week of Sukkot , The week of Passover and during the last week of August.
Meeting point: Dyonon bookstore, university campus entrance (intersection of Haim Levanon and Einstein streets).
An introduction to the Israeli architecture on campus, this tour delves into styles, international influences, stories of buildings and architects, environmental sculpture and landscape design. The tour is offered in cooperation with the Friends of Tel Aviv University.
Every Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.
Meeting point: Clock Tower (beginning of Yefet Street), Jaffa.
The tour embraces the picturesque Flea Market, archaeological sites, the view of Tel Aviv from the Crest Garden (Gan Hapisga), and the renovated alleys and buildings of historic Old Jaffa.
Tel Aviv By Night
Every Tuesday at 08:00 p.m.
Meeting point: the corner of Rothschild Boulevard and Hertzel Street (on the boulevard).
A night walking tour of Tel Aviv, depicting the foundation of the city through intriguing stories. The tour passes through Rothschild Boulevard, Nahalat Binyamin and the heart of Tel Aviv, and sheds light on the nighttime atmosphere that characterizes the local restaurants, bars and coffee shops in this area.
Bauhaus – The "White City"
Every Saturday at 11:00 a.m.
Meeting point: 46 Rothschild Boulevard (corner of Shadal Street).
In July, 2003, UNESCO proclaimed the "White City," the unique urban and historical fabric of Tel Aviv, as a World Cultural Heritage site. The tour focuses on the architectural styles of the 1930s – most notably the International, or Bauhaus, style – in one of the White City's main concentrations, along Rothschild Boulevard. Telling the story of Tel Aviv from its early years till today, this tour presents a wonderful opportunity to savor the experience of life, past and present, in the first Hebrew city.