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All About Tel Aviv Tours: Get to Know Your Best Options

There are plenty of Tel Aviv tours you can choose from. But what exactly are your options when it comes to choosing tours? From public to private ones, we break down the benefits of each and the different tours that you can opt for. Read on below to get to know more!

Difference Between Private and Public Tours

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Public tours are usually free and are either sponsored by the local government or a tour operator. Many public tours are usually walking tours of different parts of Tel Aviv. The groups for these tours are typically large as it’s open for everyone to join. All you have to do is go to the designated meetup and you’ll be able to attend one.

Private tours, on the other hand, are paid. Thus, it’s usually just your group with a dedicated tour guide to show you the way within a particular area. With that said, below are just some private and public tours you can pick out!

City Bus Tour Around Tel Aviv and Jaffa (Paid)

Dan City Tour offers a panoramic tour of Jaffa and the rest of Tel Aviv. The tour lasts for about 2 hours and you’ll be riding an open-air tourist bus. Included in the itinerary is the White City, Jaffa, as well as other popular attractions and cultural sites. There’s an available sound system in each seat with eight languages as options. It leaves from Tel Aviv’s Old Port before touring the city.

Sarona Walking Tour (Free)

The Sarona Walking Tour is held every Friday, 11 am. The meeting point is at 34 Eliezer Kaplan Street. In this tour, you’ll discover heritage and history of the area. Since this place was the restored Templar Colony, its background is rich in history. Moreover, you can conveniently shop around once the walking tour is finished.

Private Culinary Walking Tours (Paid)

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Private culinary walking tours are great for tourists who are certified foodies as well. Culinary walking tours usually offer an exploration of Tel Aviv’s main food spots such as the Levinsky Market, Carmel Market, and other famed restaurants in the city. If you’re particularly interested in this, you could check out Delicious Israel for their private culinary walking tours.

Touring the Best of Tel Aviv

These tours are just some of the ways you can explore the best of Tel Aviv. We also have a guide on shopping in Tel Aviv, restaurants with great views in Tel Aviv, and a travel guide on how to have an authentic trip in Tel Aviv. That’s just about it and we hope you enjoy your trip to Tel Aviv!



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