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Reviewed 14 May 2014

The Bauhaus district of Tel Aviv is the place to visit, stay and eat. Based on architecture from the 1920's +/-, the area often called "White City" is a treasure of old buildings which have since the early 1990's +/- slowly been restored to their...More

1  Thank Nathan1000
Reviewed 5 May 2014

It was sad to see all those wonderful Bauhaus designed building in such disrepair. One can only hope that they will be preserved for future generations.

Thank dickmaven
Reviewed 2 May 2014

You don't need to be an Architect in order to love the buildings in the "White city". You can find older houses built in the twenties' of the 20th century, along side with the most modern 30 stories buildings. Each house has got its different...More

Thank Arnon R
Reviewed 2 May 2014

This is a great area in which to wander ... but you really need to be an architecture/design buff to enjoy it. If that's not you, good chance you'll be underwhelmed. This area is the largest concentration of Bauhaus architecture in the world, with a...More

Thank Alan W
Reviewed 1 May 2014

We walked back from the seaside areas to the Central rail station which takes in these areas. Really don 't think this is much of an attraction or particularly exciting architecture. Much to do about nothing.

Thank bsorge
Reviewed 19 April 2014

The area betweem Rothchild blvd., Alenby and Habima is one of the most charming, interesting and hipe urban areas that I ever visited. The old houses are beautifully renovated and there are many caffes, restaurants and art galerys. Must see in Israel!!!

Thank Nulypetel
Reviewed 18 April 2014

White City is a term gain for some old area of Tel - Aviv , which are located more than 4,000 structures associated with the international style in architecture - the world's largest concentration of such buildings -Bauhaus. Most international style buildings were built from...More

Thank itziks100
Reviewed 16 April 2014

if you want to get another impression of tel aviv,the white nights is a uoniqe way to get the idea about tel aviv.

Thank Motty G
Reviewed 29 March 2014

I'm not an architecture fan, so enjoyed this neighborhood for other reasons. Rothschild has a promenade down the center with bike lane and walking lane. At any hour, it felt safe to walk around. Locals come here to walk their dogs, play with their children,...More

Thank sgold_seattle
Reviewed 10 March 2014

There are plenty of white buildings in Tel Aviv that aren't so white and are in need of some major TLC. But look around carefully and you'll see a splendor of truly Bauhaus based white buildings unlike anywhere in the world. That's why Tel Aviv...More

1  Thank JeroenBours
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