Tel Aviv is called the white city because of the many Bauhaus buildings in it. 4000 (!) Bauhaus buildings were built in the city during the beginning of the past century, which is why it was declared a national heritage site by UNESCO.
Tel Aviv offers many versatile activities, including museums: history of the state of Israel, history of Tel Aviv, history of famous figures like Ben Gurion, classic arts alongside modern arts – old and new, national and personal – all have room in the Tel Aviv museums.
The city of Tel Aviv never sleeps! The variety of events is huge and all that's left is to surrender and join the festivities – devouring all the city has to offer. Just keep your eyes and ears wide open so you don't miss a thing.
Tel Aviv offers a huge variety of many diverse cultural events. From formal theatres to indie establishments, classical music and rock concerts, older artists and starving newcomers – Tel Aviv has a place for everyone.
Tel Aviv is a fascinating city that offers experiences for every tourist, even without planning ahead. But joining one of the dozens of tours can show hidden places and offer explanations on the city, the figures and places.