In Jewish culture, Shabbat is a day of rest beginning on Friday evening when families come together to celebrate with a tasty, traditional meal. You'll have the unique opportunity to be welcomed to join Shabbat and get an insight of Jewish culture in Israel.
Soak up the city's street art
A top destination for street art and graffiti lovers, explore the colourful alleyways of Tel Aviv’s underground graffiti scene in the Florentine or Nachalat Binyamin neighbourhoods and learn the significance, different styles and expressions of urban art.
Take a city bike ride
Tel Aviv is perfect for exploring by bicycle, giving you an alternative, carbon-free perspective of the city. Cycle through the streets alongside locals taking in the beachside promenade, spotting Bauhaus architecture and soaking up Israel's recent history.
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Drisco Hotel, Tel Aviv
Drisco Hotel in Tel Aviv is a wonderfully restored property, with a history reaching back to 1866.The luxurious, boutique hotel boasts sophisticated interiors, hand-made artwork, modern facilities and…