In addition to exploring on your own, you may want to join in on one of Tel Aviv’s various free Walking Tours.
Tel-Aviv by Night
Tuesdays at 8pm. Meeting point is at corner of Rothschild Blvd and Hertzl Street (which is just a minute away from the hostel).
See the city at night, learn about the city's history and its first buildings. The tour takes you through Rothschild Blvd, Nahalat Benyamin, and many of the area where Tel-Aviv nightlife thrives. Read more
Bauhaus: The White City
Saturdays 11am. Meeting point at 46 Rothschild Blvd, corner of Shadal Street (which is just a minute away from the hostel).
Tel-Aviv is a UNESCO-designated historic site due to its over 400 Bauhaus buildings and international architecture from the 1930s. The tour guide will point out the most interesting of these buildings and the features which makes them Bauhaus. You'll also see historic buildings in various stages of renovation, to preserve their uniqueness for future generations. Read more
Old Jaffa free tour
Every day at 11am. Meeting point at the Clock Tower in Old Jaffa.
In this 2-hour walk, you will be exposed to the stories and the legends and drama beyond the breathtaking views of the most beautiful streets and squares of Old Jaffa.
Ben Gurion House
David Ben Gurion was the principal founder and the first Prime Minister of Israel. He and his family lived in Tel Aviv between the years 1931-1953. The apartment is now a museum, and the entrance is free. Read more
Tel-Aviv University Campus Art and Architect Tour
Mondays 11am. Meeting point at the Dyonon Bookstore at the campus entrance.
This tour takes you around the Tel-Aviv campus, with the guide telling you the stories behind each building, pointing out the interesting art and architecture on the campus, and telling you about the landscaped gardens and history of the site. Read more