UNESCO has declared Tel Aviv a World Heritage Site for its treasure of Bauhaus Architecture. Tel Aviv’s so-called White City is home to more buildings in the Bauhaus or Modern Movement style than anywhere in the world. The city was inaugurated as a World Heritage Site on June 6, 2004.
This free guided walking tour (in English) focuses on the modern architectural styles of the 1930's in one the 'The White City' main areas, along Rothschild blvd. 'The White City' is the story of Tel-Aviv, from its beginning to today and is a wonderful opportunity to savor the experience of life in Tel-Aviv, in the past and the present.
Web link > White City
Free guided tour in English
Departs Saturday at 11:00 am
Meeting point: 46 Rothschild blvd. (corner of Shadal Street)
*** Call one of the information bureaus to make sure the tour departs.
INFORMATION BUREAU - TEL-AVIV PROMENADE
46 Herbert Samuel Street, (corner of 2 Geula Street)
Phone (00) 972 3 516 6188
Opening hours: Sunday - Thursday, 09:30 until 17:30
INFORMATION BUREAU - CITY HALL LOBBY
69 Ibn Gvirol Street
Phone (00) 972 3 521 8500
Opening hours: Sunday - Thursday, 09:00 until 14:00