Tel Aviv - the 1st Hebrew city in Israel founded in 1909 on the sand dunes outside old Jaffa, today it is Israel's business capital, a city that never sleeps, full of life and cultural activity, we will visit some its important sites and bustling markets.
Languages and Prices
A seat in a tourist vehicle sharing with other passengers.
Service of a licensed guide in English.
Pick up / drop off at hotel.
Sightseeing as per the itinerary.
All entrance fees.
Tour does NOT include
Meals and beverages en route
Prices are quoted in USD per person.
Head cover and comfortable shoes are recommended.
Business class-a group in a tourist minibus (Economy class is not available in this tour).
The tour will not be operated on Jewish holidays.
We recommend to book the tour at least 24 hours in advance.
Minimum 4 participants
We begin with a visit to ANU the museum of the Jewish People in the campus of Tel Aviv university.Drive along the promenade overlooking the beach and the Mediterranean Sea to the old biblical city of Jaffa. We begin with a walking tour of Jaffa, one of the oldest cities in Israel, traditionally founded by Jephet (Noah’s son). See the archaeological excavations dating from the early Canaanite period, view the old fishing port and walk through the narrow allies passing the traditional site of the house of Simon the Tanner and view oft the local Church named after St. Peter.We shall stop for a view of the City of Tel Aviv from a nearby viewpoint and visit some of the local art galleries.
We proceed with a drive to the nearby Neve Tzedek and Neve Shalom neighborhoods, passing by the Old Jaffa railway station and following the footsteps of the first settlers and founders of Tel Aviv. T We continue through historical Tel Aviv – Herzel Street and Rothschild Avenue, view of the Hall of Independence where David Ben Gurion proclaimed the State of Israel in May 1948.
Our walk continues along Rothschild Avenue with its famous Bauhaus architecture buildings, declared by UNESCO “the White City”. We shall see the monument of the Founders and some of the first houses of little Tel Aviv dating from the early days of the city. Proceed to the Nachalat Binyamin pedestrian mall that leads us to the colorful noisy Carmel market of fruits and vegetables. We rejoin our tour vehicle and drive through the main streets of the city, passing the Habima theater, Dizengoff street, Rabin squareand monument.
Return to hotel ending till 1700.
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We collect from most of the hotels in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, as well as from the major hotels in Netanya and Herzliya. Simply select your hotel from the list of hotels while registering for the desired tour and wait in the hotel lobby at the time indicated. The driver will pick you up from the hotel lobby.
Group tours depart from Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Herzliya and Netanya. If your hotel is in one of these cities but is not on the list, please contact us by email and we will provide the nearest pick up location with directions.
Most tours are conducted in English as the main language, and in an additional language such as Spanish, French, German and Russian. You can find your desired language while registering for the tour. On some of the tours with languages other than English the prices may change. In addition, for each tour you can find an organized table detailing the days the tour is operated and in which languages.
Yes. You can be picked up and dropped off by advance notification from Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Netanya and Herzliya. When registering fill in your desired pick up and drop off locations in the appropriate boxes.
Yes. The cost increases because the tour prices are based on pick-up and drop off in the same location. If there is a change in the drop off location, the tour price changes. However, in most cases the cost will be lower than that of a taxi between cities. An excellent option for saving time on transfers.
You can take one suitcase with you on business class tours and up to 2 suitcases on economy class tours. Please coordinate the number of suitcases you intend brining with the office by using the special comments box. It should be noted that we attend to the safety of your belongings but cannot take responsibility for them.
The difference is in the number of participants on the tour. The business class is a minibus with maximum 19 seats and economy class is a bus with maximum 50 seats. The tour route and languages are identical for both.
Good question. The benefits of private tours are a free and complete choice of the sites, hotels, duration of the trip and more. The benefits of groups tours are mainly financial - sharing with other passengers allows travel at lower prices, there are a variety of tours available daily, and you can save on transfers when moving from city to city (for example, you can start the day at check-out from the hotel in Tel Aviv and end at check-in to the hotel in Jerusalem), and most group tours guarantee departure from 2 passengers.
Till 48 hours prior to tour commencement – $20 per reservation.
From 47 Till 24 hours prior to tour commencement 25% of the total value, thereafter full charge applies.
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