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The Saturday morning free walking tour starting at Rothchild boulevard 46 at 11 am is definitely a yes. It lasts for two hours and you only cover a short distance, under the trees and in the breeze, but you will learn all about the founding...More
Tel Aviv is predominately in Bauhaus style and you will find consistently in the city . This very fashion of architectural style assured to city a UNESCO enlisting as Universal patrimony. By the time of my trip ( September 2018 , three days before Rosh...More
Tel Aviv architecture was a total surprise to me. Rather than look backward and create buildings that were an homage to the Greeks and Romans, in the 1930s and '40s Israelis created a city that used the latest ideas in architecture. Form followed function. Simplicity...More
Unfortunately I did this walk by myself. Now I think it would have been much better to take a tour in order to learn the history of the buildings. Anyway is a nice walk around Rothschild Boulevard. Initially I thought that I will see an...More
It is lovely to just wander around the area either side of Dizengoff to admire the fantastic Bauhaus buildings. Some are beautifully restored, others less so. And others, downright scruffy. Perfect just to stroll and admire.
The White City is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Last week I was driven around the area filled with buildings of the Bauhaus style. German immigrants to Tel Aviv were familiar with this style of architecture, so with a few changes to accommodate the climate,...More
The Bauhaus architecture is in UNESCO. Located throughout the city centre, you can basically see these white buildings everywhere. They look very modern despite the fact most of them were built in the 20s or 30s. It is possible to have a guided tour in...More