A guided tour of little Tel Aviv is a story about Jewish revolutionaries, educated people who established an unrivaled neighborhood: a Jewish neighborhood in the heart of which a Hebrew Gymnasium and not a synagogue would stand.
The tour starts at Shalom Tower and continues along the first avenue, where once there was a single traffic light, a kiosk, and a water tower.
During the tour, we learn how the "kiosk immigration" turned Tel Aviv into a city of pleasures, and how it added to the colorful city.
The tour combines historical stories alongside architecture and art.
From spectacular neoclassical construction such as the Pagoda House and the Russian Embassy House to internationally acclaimed architecture like the Bauhaus building, the Engel House and Rothschild Bank.
During the tour, you hear about pioneering architecture and international architects who have changed the skyline of the city that was born in the sand dunes over the past decade.
We will walk through passages and hear stories about houses that made history: the Dizengoff House where the state was declared independent, the Eliyahu Golomb House - the Haganah headquarters, the magnificent Ohel Mo'ed Synagogue, and more.
Later on, visitors to contemporary galleries such as Sommer, 32, Alon Segev, among others.
In addition to the tour, we will reveal stories of the first Hebrew city: What was next to Rachel's shower? Why was Weiss angry that the corner of his neighbor's house was straight? Trees that collapsed during Winston Churchill's visit.
Where was the first elevator installed? And more.