The best of Bauhaus. Learn more about Bauhaus, the German design movement that is prominently displayed in buildings throughout Tel Aviv, at the Bauhaus center Tel Aviv. The center leads a two-hour walking tour that guides you to the most stunning examples of this architectural style in the city.
Explore Tel Aviv's most vibrant market. Carmel Market, also known as Shuk Hacarmel, opened in 1920 as an integral part of daily life in the city. Today in the bustling market, you’ll find vendors selling everything from boutique beers and fragrant spices to traditional clothes.
Enjoy oceanfront dining. For lunch, head to the old man and the sea. Soak in the stunning views from the jaffa port as you dine on fresh seafood and pita bread straight from the oven.
See the best art in Tel Aviv. The building that is now the Tel Aviv museum of art was once the home of the city’s first mayor. Today, you’ll find an impressive selection of 20th-century works spanning the surrealist, impressionist and pop art movements from artists including Jackson Pollock and Pablo Picasso.
Explore well-loved neighborhoods. Discover some of tel aviv’s most thriving areas with a walk through the neve tzadek and hatachana neighborhoods, both of which are historic areas that have morphed into hip neighborhoods.
Have a memorable Mediterranean dinner. Celebrity chef Eyal Shani mixes up the menu at the chic abraxas north daily depending on whatever ingredients from the region are freshest but hot-from-the-oven pita and lamb schwarma, marinated overnight in grapes, are mainstay dishes. Grab a seat on the sidewalk to watch the locals in this buzzy corner of town.
Paint the town. Home to some of the city’s best restaurants, bars and clubs, Tel Aviv’s iconic Rothschild Boulevard is a nightlife staple. Whether you want to dance the night away or enjoy some live jazz, you can find it on Rothschild.