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Reviewed 1 week ago

The city provides a tour of old Tel Aviv, where you will see the Bauhaus (international ) style buildings, eclectic style, and learn some interesting history of Tel Aviv's founding. If you are lucky and get a good guide (not a bloviator) it's a great...More

Thank Joyce W
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Walked the streets a lot. Spent almost 3 days there and it was a lot of fun. Lots museums. Walking in Tel Aviv is a fun experience.

Thank badbaruch57
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

For Architects and Architecture enthusiasts: the collection of modern buildings conceived by Jewish Architects that fled Germany when the Bauhaus School closed - is a tour of some of the influences of building design that shaped the modern movement. The scale and shapes are a...More

Thank garyp281
Reviewed 18 December 2017

Coming here to view the white city was an eye opener to to the history of Tel Aviv and what made it . The entire era flashes back as you look at the creations of the time what was needed at that time .,The architecture...More

Thank kamakshi2015
Reviewed 16 December 2017

In the early 20th century, the Bauhaus movement revolutionised architecture with it's five principals of architectural design. The movement had it's origins in Northern Europe especially German and many of it's student also emigrated to Israel and took with them the ideas in designing buildings...More

Thank macedonboy
Reviewed 9 December 2017

I tried to do this without a walking tour, mainly because the tours are only on certain days. But it is nearly impossible to get a sense of the significance of these buildings without a tour I imagine. A good activity though, maybe at the...More

Thank Elizabeth U
Reviewed 11 November 2017

If you like Bauhaus or architecture... ... then you must go here. Otherwise, you will find nice shopping, restaurants and cafés in the area. A good place to stroll.

Thank Martin B
Reviewed 1 November 2017

"White City" is a name for old Tel Aviv, which is now preserved and renovated. Has many houses Bauhaus style.

Thank Varda A
Reviewed 21 October 2017 via mobile

Looks just like the old areas of Miami Beach. Don’t need a guide. Get a map of the area that describes all the houses of note. There are also descriptive signs outside many of them. I love how new buildings are being built keeping in...More

1  Thank Pagosatravelbumusa
Reviewed 17 October 2017

Tel Aviv has the highest number of Bauhaus buildings anywhere, looking to us similar to the art deco beauties in Miami and Rimini. Many are in private hands so need restoration, but the city is a work in progress so you can admire those shiny...More

Thank Karen7
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