For only 32$
Follow the route from the Habima Theater, along the enchanting Rothschild Boulevard, to the start of Neve Tezedek: trace the development of Tel Aviv from its earliest days as Ahuzat Bayit (the original name of the city) as it transformed into “The White City.” This bitemojo food tour will take you to the very beginning of Tel Aviv: an architectural wonderland of over 4,000 Bauhaus buildings concentrated in an area that was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003. Bauhaus is an architectural style characterized by its functional living plans, with straight lines and little adornment. In Tel Aviv these buildings were often covered in white plaster, leading to the nickname the White City.
It was here, along Rothschild Boulevard and the neighboring streets, where the first Hebrew city, in all its fascinating multiplicity of humanity, architecture, art, economics, culture, and food (of course!), flourished and developed. Here you will encounter the beating pulse of modern Tel Aviv; a home to innovation and creativity where many of the trendiest impulses of Israeli society get their start. A place where contemporary and classic meet; embassies and cultural institutions mix with banks and hi-tech companies, shared work spaces, theaters, and many delicious places to eat. It is all happening here.
Chicken shwarma with choice of lamb or beef served on a crispy pita
Coffee; coffee and milk. Chocolate ball: chocolate, cookies, cream, coconut, halva
Half a homemade pita, felafel balls, a selection of fresh salads, and tehina (sesame paste) sauce or other.
Choose from among over 20 flavors