On the tour of Sarona you hear about the Templars from Germany who dreamed of Jerusalem, and on their way there, they created an industrial revolution in Eretz Israel, the gardener who fell in love with the widow, the dancing teacher whose home became the Ministry of Finance and the glorious patisserie, alongside which was the Jewish pharmacist Isidor Mamlock.
We will hear about the neighborhood that dreamed of the beach even before Tel Aviv was established, the wine banquets, the horse and bicycle competitions, the tennis court and the bowling alley.
Strolling through well-tended gardens and seeing pinwheels, bells, and other decorations. We will try to understand how one neighboorhood turned from beautiful into the gray "Kirya".
Discover where a secret gold treasure was hidden, walk through dark tunnels and expose the Mossad antenna, see the cellars where Air Force planes were assembled.
During the tour, you can see the difference between the old and the new, how to combine the two, preservation, the first mechanical press, and entire houses that were literally moved.
What is the relationship between a soda siphon and the Air Force? The embarrassing occurrence that happened to Herzel with the Caesar.
Why is there a Templar bell in the garden in Tzahala, and more. It is possible to combine theater pieces during the tour: Gertza the Templar will explain what anchors are done inside their homes, Herzog and the airplanes, etc.
In addition, tastings can be combined at Sarona Market for an additional fee.