Accompanying person

The Registration fee for the Accompanying person includes one of the following tours of Tel Aviv on Thursday April 4th and Friday April 5th .

HOW TO RESERVE A TOUR

at the time of registration you are kindly requested to select the preferred tour

Tours hours 09:30 – 11:30
Departs from The Hilton Hotel lobby

OPERATES WITH

Minimum participants 15 people per tour
Maximum participants 35 people per tour

1. ROTHSCHILD BLVD/ "TEL AVIV WHITE CITY" TOUR

Take a stroll down one of Tel Aviv's oldest, most fashionable boulevards. See the city's first homes and
street lights as well as many other important historic sights. Hear the history of the houses on the
boulevard and the stories of the people who lived in them. Learn about the unique architecture of the
buildings - a UNESCO World Heritage Center - and the conservation program that keeps them so
beautiful.

2. NEVE TZEDEK AND THE TACHANA COMPLEX

Experience the narrow streets of Tel Aviv's first neighborhood, "Neve Tzedek" and the history of its
construction and people. Hear the story of the neighborhood's transformation from a decaying area to
one of the most chic and charming areas of Tel Aviv. The tour also includes a visit to Tel Aviv's newly
restored Ottoman era train station - Hatachana complex.

3. MAGIC OF JAFFA

Join us on an amazing tour through old Jaffa, one of the world's oldest port cities, to experience its
picturesque, magical narrow streets and abundant history, which dates to biblical times. See the
beautiful historic city of Jaffa including: the flea market, archaeological sites, old port, and the Crest
Garden, with its astounding view of Tel Aviv and the Mediterranean.

4. SARONA -THE TEMPLERS COLONY

Come visit Tel Aviv's historic German colony, Sarona. Settled in 1871 by a Protestant society known as
the Templers, for decades Sarona thrived as one the region's first modern agricultural settlements.
After 1948 the area became hidden behind the fences of the "Kiryah" (a military base) for decades.
Reborn in 2003, today Sarona is an area known for its green parks, trendy cafes and restaurants as well
as its stores selling quality wines, cheeses, and breads. Learn about the Templers way of leaving,
history, architecture of the buildings and the unique conservation program that was made.

Photos taken by Dana Friedlander for the Israeli Ministry of Tourism.
Credit attribution requested for the photographer and for the Ministry of Tourism