Things to do in Tel Aviv

 
 
DLD TEL AVIV INNOVATION FESTIVAL 18-19/9/2019
DLD is Israel’s largest hi-tech conference. Thousands of hi-tech professionals, entrepreneurs, and investors from Israel and abroad gather for the prestigious international festival and conference dealing with innovation, digital media, science and culture.
For additional information: https://www.dldtelaviv.com/2019/index.php

Sail Tel Aviv

Israel's Largest Maritime Sports Festival 20-21/9/19 – Tel Aviv Coastline
Sail Tel Aviv, the city's annual festival celebrating the sea and marine sports will be held for the fourth time along the shores of the Tel Aviv coastline. Marine activities such as SUP yoga, sports competitions, creative workshops, children activities and a spectacular fleet with over 150 vessels are schedule to take place during the weekend-long festival.
For additional information and a full schedule of events and competitions visit:

https://visit.tel-aviv.gov.il/Pages/Recommendations.aspx?ListType=Recommendations&ItemId=35

Opening of the bathing season - Tel Aviv beaches
On the occasion of the opening of the bathing season of the beaches of Tel Aviv-Jaffa we wanted to update you with interesting details:
The nearest beach to our Hotel is a 1 minute walk, Nordau Beach ,the beach is accessible offers sports facilities, a portable library, a beach restaurant, showers. Also adjacent to the beach is the separate beach for men and women suitable for observant religious people.
On the beach there are discounted beach facilities such as sun umbrellas, a sun lounger, a tanning bed for NIS 6-12,All the beaches have bathrooms, lockers and open showers The activity time is from 7:15 am.
Prices of food and drink are supervised by the municipality

Kabbalat Shabbat at the Tel Aviv Port
Beit Tefilah Yisraeli invites you to receive the summer sabbatical in front of the sea
The Kabbalat Shabbat at the Tel Aviv Port, which has been held for the past 13 years, has become a unique tradition in which many participants participate every week: adults, young people, families with children and many guests from Jewish communities around the world. This is an opportunity for a unique encounter of the Sabbath with the Tel Aviv spirit, inviting the participants to a prayer that combines the old and the new, and is able to touch the delicate nuances of the human psyche, with the sunset, the music, the breeze and the communal atmosphere adding additional transformations to Tel Aviv sanctity.
When: Every Friday in July-August, at 18:30 Where: Tel Aviv Port, the Northern Deck, Near the Sandbox and the Carousel - Also Accessible for the Disabled

RECOMMENDATIONS MUST EXPERIENCE FREE GUIDED TOURS

For a different perspective on Tel Aviv, take a free guided walking tour.
Through a fun, interactive experience, the city’s knowledgeable tour guides will introduce you to the area’s interesting culture, history, and secrets.
Sample tasty treats at the Carmel Market, discover the stories of Old Jaffa, or learn about Tel Aviv’s International Style (Bauhaus) architecture.


WHITE CUBE HOUSES - A BAUHAUS AND WHITE CITY FREE TOUR

Rothshild 46
This tour focuses on Bauhaus architecture along Tel Aviv's oldest avenue – Rothschild Boulevard.
Hear stories on the houses which line the boulevard, the people who lived in them, and the efforts to preserve and restore them.
This special tour is for those who want to know a little more about the International Style, how historic buildings are preserved in an age of high rises, what are 'open drawers,’ who Patrick Geddes was, and how UNESCO is connected to all these festivities.

*There is no need to sign up ahead of time. Simply show up at 46 Rothshild Boulevard on a Saturday at 11am.Free Entrance

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FREE SARONA COLONY TOUR


Tour of the Restored German Templar Colony

Mendler Albert Avraham General 14
Founded in 1871 by German Templars, this unique site underwent amazing changes.
Its residents were first appreciated for introducing advanced farming and manufacturing practices to the region; but later expelled for being Nazi subjects – in the heart of the first Hebrew city.
Sarona transformed into a British military base, then the headquarters of both the Israeli Army and Mossad – and finally it became one of Tel Aviv's most popular shopping and recreation sites.

*There is no need to sign up ahead of time. Simply show up at 11 Avraham Albert Mendler St. on a Friday at 11am.

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FREE NEVE TSEDEK TOUR


Guided Tour of Tel Aviv’s Most Picturesque Neighborhood

Explore the rich history of the picturesque Neve Tsedek neighborhood.
The area’s beautifully restored houses and charming streets are sure to leave you inspired.
Throughout the tour, you will also visit the Nahum Gutman Museum and discover the Independence Trail on Rothschild Blvd.

*There is no need to sign up ahead of time. Simply show up at 11 Rothshild Boulevard on a Thursday at 10am.

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FREE OLD JAFFA TOUR


Guided Tour of the Ancient Port City
Yefet 1 street Jaffa
Old Jaffa is one of the most ancient port cities in the world, famous for its connection with the Biblical stories of Jonah, Solomon, and Saint Peter, as well as the Greek myth of Andromeda and Perseus.
Explore the rich history of the city with this free guided walking tour operated by SANDEMANs NEW Europe.
As you stroll through, you will discover the famous Jaffa lighthouse, iconic Sea Mosque, Zodiac alleys, historic St. Peter’s Church, and more.

*Pre-ticket order is required
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INFORMATION CENTERS: 
JAFFA - 2 MARZUK AND AZAR ST.
BOARDWALK - 46 HERBERT SAMUEL ST.
INDEPENDENCE TRAIL - 11 ROTHSCHILD ST.