This walk covers three unusual quarters of Tel Aviv all at once, from the Noga complex in Jaffa to Florentin and its street art. The path passes through the American Colony, which became a German settlement. We will get acquainted with the life and fates of unusual people, from American preachers to Russian barons, through wise rabbis and tireless entrepreneurs. We will be accompanied by artists, swindlers, brawlers, underground workers, and idealists who have created the brightest, most controversial, most hippie quarters of southern Tel Aviv. It will not do without delicious graffiti-adorned eateries and shady corners.
The underground parking in Jaffa on Jerusalem Avenue opposite the Gesher Theater complex will be a convenient place to start a walk not only for us today but also in many other directions in ancient Jaffa. From here, you can start the route and arrive here via public transport. There are ten city and five intercity bus routes passing through Jerusalem Avenue. Coming by car, be sure to keep your parking ticket for the payment later. Parking payment machines are located on each floor.