Explore the Ancient City of Jaffa, one of the oldest ports in the world.
Experience the local street market - the Carmel Market.
Vist the Diaspora Museum to experience the history, culture and beliefs of the Jews.
Get close to the Tel Aviv, also named the “White City”.
One Day Tel Aviv City Tour
Welcome to join the Tel Aviv tours! An English-speaking driver-guide will pick you up on time in your hotel lobby, and then drive to the Ancient City of Jaffa which is one of the oldest ports in the world and has a history of at least 4,000 years. Here you can see ancient buildings. The most famous one is the Church of St. Peter, the landmark of Jaffa. The church's bell tower is the highest point of the entire Jaffa Old City, and it will ring the bell at every half hour and the hour. The church was built during the Middle Ages in memory of the great apostle Peter who took the gospel from Jaffa to Rome.
The next stop of the Tel Aviv tours is the Carmel Market. On the way, you will drive past the Hall of Independence. Carmel Market is one of Tel Aviv's largest street markets and is also one of the largest outdoor markets in the Middle East popular with locals and tourists. It is open every day except for the Jewish Sabbath. Israel's agriculture is particularly developed. Its soilless cultivation technology is leading in the world. The fruits and vegetables here have no additives, no preservatives, and no catalyst dairy products. There are many types of bread, flowers and plants. Here you can taste the most authentic Israeli food and you can have lunch here by yourself, and driver-guide can provide some suggestions based on your requirements.
After lunch, you'll continue to visit the Diaspora Museum to experience the history, culture and beliefs of the Jews. The great Diaspora Museum is one of the world's largest museums dedicated to the Jewish people and their history. And it is also a central place for Jewish education to promote mutual recognition among Jews. It provides Jewish people with the opportunity to explore the history of their family, from which they can find the origin of their genealogy and names. The museum's exhibits include photos, documents, movies, music, maps, etc. These exhibits tell the history of the Jewish exiles, and show the synagogues, houses and workshops of the Jews in different regions in different periods. It also collects a large number of movies and music related to the history of Jewish exiles.
Then drive to visit the main streets of Tel Aviv, also known as the "White City", which is declared by UNESCO as a Bauhaus style cultural heritage of the world. After that, head to Rabin Square, which was called Tel Aviv Square. On November 4, 1995, the former Israeli Prime Minister Rabin attended a peace conference here. Rabin was assassinated and killed when he left the venue after the meeting, and Israel fell into grief. Then Israel government changed the name of the square into Rabin Square in memory of him. From then on, every year on November 4, a group of Israelis came to Rabin Square to light candles and present flowers in memory of the Israeli Prime Minister who dedicated his life to peace in the Middle East.
Finally, you will visit the last stop of the Tel Aviv tour packages, Neve Tzedek, a block of Tel Aviv built in 1887, and Nahalat Benyamin, the city's pedestrian street, where you can enjoy live street music, art, handicrafts and handmade accessories. After the Tel Aviv tours, the driver-guide will take you back to the hotel to rest.
Tips: Lunch is on your own expense, and the driver will recommend the right restaurants for you according to your preferences.
- Services of English speaking driver guide and A/C vehicle.
- Entrance fees for mentioned sights visited.
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off services.
- International flight into and out of Israel.
- Accommodation and meals.
- Personal expenses (insurance, laundry, drinks, etc.).
- Tips for guides and drivers.
- Israel Visa Fee.
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