Wake up to breakfast at the hotel and start the day along the Rothschild Boulevard, where you can experience the stories of "The White City", Tel Aviv's most prominent Bauhaus Boulevard and surrounding streets, including the Bauhaus, international and eclectic buildings which are so iconic here. Proceed to Neve Tzedek, the first neighbourhood of Tel Aviv, built in 1887. Visit the Shuk Ha Carmel, Tel Aviv’s largest and most centrally located market (Closed on Saturdays) and pass by the Florentin neighbourhood, discovering the dynamic graffiti and street art in the area. Don't miss a visit to the Old Port City of Jaffa, for a beautiful panoramic view of Tel Aviv and a sense of the first Jewish city of the modern era. Overnight in Tel Aviv.