Tel Aviv styles itself as the “City That Never Sleeps.” It stands for the global, modern, and post-modern heart of Israel. Strolling down Rothschild Boulevard today, it is hard to imagine the modest beginnings of the city. Travel back in time to the ancient origins of Tel Aviv in the port city of Jaffa. Inhabited since pre-historic times, Jaffa is mentioned several times in the Bible, and it still a modest and functional small fishing harbor today. Tel Aviv is now a city with looming high-rise buildings, lively artists’ neighborhoods, upscale restaurants, throbbing nightclubs, bustling markets, and world-renowned cultural institutions. Also known as the “White City”, Tel Aviv’s Bauhaus architecture is a recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Religion, history, and contemporary culture come together here to form Tel Aviv’s unique character. Although secular life prevails here, the wide array of synagogues in Tel Aviv reflects the diversity of the Jewish population. Choose from our Tel Aviv tours, and enjoy an unforgettable in-depth experience of Israel's second-largest city.