On this tour you’ll be introduced to poets, artists, writers and politicians. In addition you’ll have a chance to experience some of the most popular shopping areas, markets, museums and ethnic restaurants in Tel Aviv.
Should you be touring on a Thursday afternoon or Friday morning, you’ll find the sidewalks of this residential area packed with local shoppers. New apartment projects have been integrated into the original neighborhood, making this one of the most desirable (and expensive) residential areas of central Tel Aviv.
You can easily spend a full day on Bialik street admiring the historic Bauhaus and eclectic architectural building styles declared a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO; visit the museums, or join a rally next to the fountain designed by Nahum Gutman at Bialik square.
While it is a bit off the path of this tour, to get the full feel of the area, make the trek to the legendary “Café Tamar” (57 Shekin) or perhaps “Sus Etz” – “Wooden Horse” Cafe (20 Shekin). Then walk along Shenkin, where you’ll discover boutique fashion and shoe stores, unique accessory shops, restaurants, coffee houses and the whole gamut of the shopping experience.