Although, Tel-Aviv was founded in the early 20th century, during the excursion, you can see architectural monuments built during the time of the crusaders: huge city on the Mediterranean coast actually consists of two parts. Looking for modern architecture, dynamic metropolis, night clubs and pubs? Welcome to the Tel-Aviv tour. And for the atmosphere of high antiquity, ancient buildings and narrow old streets, you need to visit Jaffa - the second part of the city, which was an important port for centuries and known since the 15th century to BC. Since unification in 1950, the two localities became a single entity, retaining their distinct identity.
What to see
Usually, observation excursion in English language begins with the old city - Jaffa. After a personal guide takes you through the maze of narrow alleys and tells you about the architectural monuments of the main Yefet Street, including the famous Clock tower, be sure to visit the Neve Tzedek district with its picturesque houses and Bohemian cafes. Once you get to know the old part of the city, you can go on to see the sights of the 20th and 21st century. In modern Tel-Aviv, the most popular among tourists are:
Tel-Aviv is rich in museums and art galleries. Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot will introduce you to the history of wandering Jews in foreign countries, Eretz Israel Museum displays archaeological finds from various eras, and the Museum of fine arts can see paintings by Monet, Picasso, Modigliani and other prominent artists of the 19th and 20th centuries.