A tour to one of the turbulent periods before the establishment of the State of Israel, the 1930s.
The period in which dreams and hopes were formed.
They are combined with great loves, tormented poets, politics, and intrigue.
The tour starts at Atarim Square, where the workers' theater "Ohel" operated, then you will hear about the establishment of the Histadrut, the leather factory, and the defense slick.
At Ben Gurion's house, they tell how a great leader of the generation grew up, and what made him one day, at the age of 67, leave the Knesset and live as a member of the kibbutz.
From there, we continue to the home of Leah Goldberg, who wrote about her winter "white days," and missed her snow-capped tree.
We will hear about the first political assassination in which Chaim Arlosoroff was shot and we will try to find the secret cave of Hasamba.
At the Hilton Hotel, a base in which the shell was fired on the ship Altalena while hearing the story that shook the country on the way.
The nearby "Seagull Memorial" was erected in memory of two pilots: Sukenik and Sprinzak whose final resting place is unknown.
Learn how the garden transformed from a dubious place to a family area.
Finally, you arrive at the first Hebrew port in the world, not before passing over Motzetzim beach and entering a Salonican synagogue that fought for its existence.