Jerusalem is a fascinating city and a highlight of any visit to Israel and Palestine.
The food is outstanding and the beach inviting. But before heading for the beach spend some time with a local guide to really get under the skin of Tel Aviv’s creative energy.
A tour of Tel Aviv invites you to understand its radically modern history and founding visionaries. You will see some of the city’s earliest neighbourhoods – which today luckily happen to be some of its prettiest – and visit Independence Hall, Rothschild Boulevard and other places of note. Tel Aviv is a UNESCO world heritage site for its Bauhaus architecture – keep your eyes peeled throughout the city and get some background at the Bauhaus Centre. The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, for which Roy Lichtenstein created a giant two-panel mural, is a must for all culture vultures.
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Visit Tel Aviv’s most famous foodie markets; Carmel, a classic Israeli market; the Levinsky, famous for its spices and teas; and Sarona, a modern take on the traditional market.
Wander through the beautiful neighbourhood of Neve Tzedek, replete with brightly painted houses, talented artisan jewellers and local fashion designers.
Visit the White City – a World Cultural Heritage site, and witness the outstanding example of new town planning and architecture in the early 20th century.
Combine the highlights of Israel & Palestine. Experience the cosmopolitan city of Tel Aviv, before exploring the contrast of Jerusalem and the revered town of Bethlehem. This eight-day holiday provides an in-depth introduction to what is the cradle of civilisation and will suit anybody with a strong interest in the biblical sites.
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