Tel Aviv
Orient Tourist Bureau


 Tel Aviv serves as Israel's modern and cosmopolitan second city. Many opt for a day trip to Tel Aviv from nearby Jerusalem, but a longer stay allows visitors to discover the city's many hidden charms. Worthy attractions include galleries brimming with contemporary, artisan boutiques and chic restaurants delivering some of the most innovative dishes in the world. Located on the Mediterranean coastline, Tel Aviv also represents one of the region's top beach destinations. The city's developed seashore boasts some of its most popular gathering places, with bars and restaurants spilling onto the sand and providing ideal spots for watching the sunset.

Tel Aviv Full Day Tour

Follow your guide along promenades, seeing important sites and stopping for photos. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant and visits three museums. 


  • Experience the culture and vibe of the city
  • Stop at important historical sites and learn about their significance
  • Choose from a list of many museums and visit 3 of them
  • Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant

Full description

Start at the Tel Aviv Port and continue along a promenade through the city, stopping for photo opportunities and exploring more on foot. Along the way, your guide will point out sites of historical or cultural significance. At midway, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant.

You will also have the opportunity to choose three museums from a variety available for visiting, including the Rokach-House, Nahum Gutman Museum, the Etzel Museum, Independence Hall, IDF Museum, the Museum of Hartzlilnblom and the Haganah.