Tel Aviv District Guided tours

Our most recommended Tel Aviv District Guided tours

Jaffa: City Highlights Walking Tour

1. Jaffa: City Highlights Walking Tour

Explore the ancient port city of Jaffa. Visit the remains of the Egyptian temple from 3,500 years ago, See and explain the various art works installed in the alleys, explore the picturesque alleys and hear stories about the people who live(d) in then, see the site of the ancient Greek mythology story of Andromeda, visit the oldest port in the world which is still active, enjoy a breath-taking view of Tel Aviv A guided tour of Jaffa suddenly turns the alleys and buildings into a bookshelf, with fascinating stories of different eras, peoples and cultures.

Tel Aviv 3-Hour Easy Bike Tour

2. 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.

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.

Tel Aviv Street Art Tour

4. Tel Aviv Street Art Tour

Weave throughout the streets of southern Tel Aviv taking in the extensive street art that can be found throughout learning about the subculture and often political undertones and protest behind the artwork. Learn about both the history and the artistic culture in Tel Aviv and the stories told through the art installations found all over the city. Common motifs, symbols, and alphabetic letters can mean a multitude of things and each tells their own narrative. Explore with a knowledgeable guide and gain a deeper more insightful understanding of the street art in Tel Aviv. When possible, the tour guide has collaborated directly with the local street artists to promote accurate information and support of their work. After the tour information of artists whose work has been seen on the tour will be provided, including social media information and where possible, opportunities to purchase work directly from the artists.

From Jerusalem: Bethlehem Half-Day Tour

5. 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

6. 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.

Tel Aviv: Street Art and Graffiti Tour

7. Tel Aviv: Street Art and Graffiti Tour

Tel Aviv is a rising star in the international street art and graffiti scene. This tour will take you through some of the streets and alleyways of this where this exciting urban scene unfolds. You'll get to see some of the best street artworks and graffiti that covers the walls of these public space. Learn about the history of graffiti, discuss philosophical, psychological and economic aspects of urban art. Gain an understanding of the different styles of this constantly changing art form that infiltrates our everyday lives. Join this tour and learn the language of the streets. This tour is available in two routes: Florentine neighborhood - The hub of Tel-Avivian graffiti. Nachlat Binyamin - An open air street gallery.

Tel Aviv: 2-Hour Levinsky Market Tour with Full Lunch

8. Tel Aviv: 2-Hour Levinsky Market Tour with Full Lunch

Embark on a colorful and tasty tour around Levinsky market. Levinsky market was built as a trading center for the residents of the new city of Tel Aviv, attracting Bulgarian, Bukharan, Persian, Balkan, Polish, and North African newcomers and thus creating the rich and unique blend of spices and treats that make up the market as it is known today. The years have seen Levinsky Market change from a spice wholesale center to a lively, bustling market with high-quality stores and restaurants from a variety of flavors and cultures. Join a local guide to tour the market and taste different delicacies.

Tel Aviv: Pub Crawl with 4 Stops and Free Shots

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

Join other party-minded travelers and visit the most exciting places in Tel Aviv as you take a 5-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 and Saturday from Hayarkon hostel on Hayarkon Street, 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.

From Tel Aviv: Jerusalem and Bethlehem Private Tour

10. From Tel Aviv: Jerusalem and Bethlehem Private Tour

Your private tour to Jerusalem and Bethlehem starts at the Mount of Olives and descends to the garden of Gethsemane, the Church of all Nations, then onto the Kidron Valley. Visit the Dormition Church on Mount Zion and the Coenaculum. Enter the Old City through the Zion gate walking through the Armenian Quarter to the Byzantine Cardo and then onto the Kotel or Western Wall. Next, follow the stations of the cross to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher before enjoying the markets in the old city. Upon arrival in Bethlehem, switch to a local guide and walk throughout Manger Square to the Church of the Nativity with its grotto and altar dedicated to the three wise men. Pass the small Armenian Chapel of Kings and head to the Crusader Church. Finally, stop at the Shepherds field to see the tent-shaped chapel and its panels depicting Jesus’ life.

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Fantastic opportunity to see Tel Aviv nightlife & club scene with a very knowledgeable & fun guy.. Visited Tel Aviv for the first time for only 2 nights with work & wanted to experience the social scene - this pub crawl was so kool that I went back on my second night.. Visited 4-5 of the top spots/clubs each evening - were very well received & didn’t have to wait on queues, etc.. Also got free drinks at each venue.. I travel a lot with work & have experienced pub crawls in different cities around the world.. The TVL experience totally exceeded my expectations & I highly recommend the event for anyone visiting Tel Aviv.. I am certainly going back to Tel Aviv with my friends & the TVL pub crawl is going to be right ontop of our bucket list.. Thanks for the experience Ido!!

Great pub crawl! Guide was very nice, bars were cool and we never would have found them by ourselves. Shots were good also! They were proper shots not little fruity ones.

Our guide was great. She was funny, knowledgeable and professional. I highly recommend the tour, no matter what part of your vacation you are on. Food was awesome!

So so so much fun. Michael was our tour guide. He is seriously the most fun person I’ve met. Made some really cool friends. Highly recommend

Our tour guide was amazing - knowledgeable, friendly and caring.