For tour-happy visitors chomping at the bit to experience Tel Aviv like a true local, look no further than Eager Tourist, a travel platform and concierge that custom-crafts insider itineraries, experiences, and excursions led by local experts in Tel Aviv's creative industries, from architecture and culinary arts to film photography, street art and nightlife. Here are some of the tours available now:
Tel Aviv 35mm Street Photography Tour:
On this guided excursion through one of Tel Aviv's most iconic thoroughfares - Allenby Street - Eager Tourist equips each participant with a 35mm camera loaded with 36 photos and basic instructions on how to capture photos with film.
The White Elephant Architecture Tour
Inspired by Walter Benjamin's theory of casual wandering and dérive, the mid 1950's artistic movement of situationism, our White Elephant Tour explores a city within a city that is Tel Aviv's Central Bus Station, an architectural maze originally designed by Ram Carmi in 1967 as a futuristic emblem to serve the growing population of Tel Aviv.
Local’s Only Nightlife Tour
Eager Tourist will dispatch a Tel Aviv nightlife expert to guide groups past the lines, cues and into hidden parties and new and innovative nightlife spots according to the tastes and interests of each guest or group.
Culinary Markets Tasting Tour
From visitng Tel Aviv's vibrant outdoor food markets to meeting boutique beer artisans and coffee makers, this tour focuses on the traditional Greek, Arabic, Turkish, Persian, Moroccan and Yemen food delicacies that comprise modern Israeli culinary cuisine today.
Urbanization of Tel Aviv & Bauhaus Architecture Tour
This insider's architecture tour offers insight into the various elements of architecture in Tel Aviv, from the current boom of contemporary real estate and rapid urbanization to the architectural origins of Colonial and Ottoman architecture-style buildings in Jaffa and Tel Aviv.
South Tel Aviv Street Art Excursion
This tour offers insider visits and meetings into exclusive workspaces of the artists themselves, creating meaningful interaction and engaging conversations based on new and personal bodies of work.