The Independence Trail is a walking route through the streets of Tel Aviv, connecting ten sites related to the history of the city and the establishment of the State of Israel. The length of the path is about a kilometer, and its circular route, along a section of Rothschild Boulevard and along a section of Ahad Ha'am Street, with short branches on Allenby Street and Nachalat Binyamin Street. The path is marked by a strip made of brass embedded in the sidewalks. The path was inaugurated as part of the celebrations of the 70th year of the State of Israel. The World City and Tourism Directorate (the municipal body in charge of the city's tourism strategy) under the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality initiated the construction of the trail.
An intimate dining experience with a chef in South Tel Aviv. Join Chef Amit Raz for a multi course dinner at his charming apartment in Tel Aviv and enjoy a culinary experience customised to your taste buds. Raz will bring his diverse knowledge and experience and local and international flavour to create a unique plant based dining experience.
A tantalising taste experience in Israel's historic food markets. Embark on a culinary journey with a professional chef through the colourful and diverse food culture of Israel. Choose from Israel's historic markets in Tel Aviv or Jerusalem and learn about the essential local ingredients, savour delicious flavour from the market and learn about the history of the people who have been trading there for years and years.
Join me on a culinary adventure in Tel Aviv’s historic neighbourhood of Florentine or the Yemenite Quarter. We will visit Levinsky or Carmel Market and learn about their history and evolution. You will be introduced to shop owners and their heritage and taste traditional dishes. You will be shown the unique ingredients that make up the diverse cuisine found in Israel. The adventure will continue in my kitchen with a workshop on signature dishes found in Israel using ingredients from the market. We will conclude with a feast of flavours and cocktails Please watch promo: https://youtu.be/MpaVWOIYG6o Tasting treats from the market Gazoz – A refreshing reinterpretation of a soda (cool drink) using seasonal ingredients, fresh herb and bubbles. Anti-pasta platter from a Turkish deli including signature olives Burekas – stuffed phyllo pastry in a Turkish style Churchkhela- a Georgian sweet of nuts encased in grape jelly. Halva – a sesame based confectionary found in the middle east and the Mediterranean amongst others in different varieties. Cooking workshop Starters Baba ganush with green tahini (flame smoked eggplant with a sesame dip sauce blended with lots of parsley) Almond labane with zaatar and pomegranate (zesty nut cheese with a special herb and sesame seasoning) Freekeh (smoked green wheat) salad with dried figs, pistachios, parsley, mint and sumac dressing Mains Kebabs on cinnamon sticks Mejadara ( a Levantine dish of rice and brown lentils with mounds of caramelised onions) Dessert Malabi in two flavours – classic rose with pistachio and halva with silan and salted almonds Also includes: - Cocktails: arak with grapefruit, mint and cucumber - Local wine with meal - Recipe booklet and spices to take home - Menu and tastings may vary according to season Hours: Mondays-Thursdays 10: 30 -14:30 or 15:30 – 19:30 Fridays 9:30 – 13:30
Our classic Bauhaus Tour will take you to the White City’s most prominent Bauhaus (International Style) buildings, built during the 1930’s and the 1940’s. We shall argue that the functional Bauhaus architecture not only created well-designed objects, but also a cohesive urban landscape unparalleled in the world. - Bauhaus Center
Delicious Israel's curated walking tours of the markets and backstreets of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem are not typical tourist tours. We are passionate about introducing you to our favorite local places to shop, eat, and experience Israeli cuisine. The walking tour range from 2 to 5 hours and are each filled with tastings, history, and fun! - Delicious Israel