Tel Aviv, Israel's central urban hub that never sleeps, offers an array of various sites, smells, and experiences. In the past few years, it has developed into the Gay capital of the Middle East according to OUT Magazine, with thousands of people coming for the OUTstanding Pride Week and all year. Upon entering the city one is greeted with concrete, glass, and lights of modern skyscrapers. The center of the city is spotted with the eclectic classically and modern-inspired architectural styles and the Bauhaus buildings which Tel Aviv is famous for.
The serenity of the beaches, with year-round temperate weather, crystal water, and vast expanses of sand, infused exquisitely with the happening and trendy city scene which includes updated fashion and contemporary art galleries. We've got an intimate knowledge of some of the city's best-kept secrets. From which clubs play the best live music to which beaches are the most happening, we've been everywhere and seen it all. Even as the city continues to grow and develop to service the large local gay community and tourists, we make sure to stay updated and informed about the Gay Scene in Tel Aviv
Kick off your morning with a 5 hour walking tour of Tel Aviv & Jaffa with an OUTstanding Travel representative. Feel free to find out about our superb Gay community and experience Rothschild Boulevard, one of Tel Aviv’s most important and iconic streets. Located in the heart of the White City of Tel Aviv, Rothschild Boulevard is a commercial center, with major financial institutions, a cultural center, a theater and concert hall, a culinary center with dozens of top restaurants. Visit the lovely Neve Tzedek, the first neighborhood of Tel Aviv, built in 1887, and the historical sites of Old City Jaffa, one of the oldest port cities in the world; soak up the ancient ruins and walk along the famous Artist's Quarter. We pride ourselves on our knowledge of the nightlife and exquisite culture with our unique Gay perspective.
Rate and Information:
$170 (total) - up to 5 people
Meeting point: Intersection of Rothschild Boulevard and Shenkin Street
The tour lasts approximately 5 hours.