THE WHITE CITY – COURSE THROUGH HISTORY AND CULTURE TOUR – 8KFrom: €33.00
Go! Running Tours in Tel Aviv are the best way to bring this vibrant city to life. The laid-back vibe by the sea with one of the hippest centres on the map, Tel Aviv rarely disappoints.
The city’s flat landscape makes it ideal for running, so you don’t have to worry about any strenuous hills or difficult terrain. Plus, the people of Tel Aviv are very friendly and welcoming, you’ll get to meet new people and learn about the culture of the city.
We currently do not have any tours open yet for bookings in San Francisco, but we can offer some of our latest running tours.
If you still wanna run, even though you don’t have a guide, please visit our good friends at Great Runs. These are the three tours that we recommend:
Running tours in Tel Aviv take you through a rapidly changing cityscape. With coastal paths, 1930s Bauhaus architecture and tree-lined boulevards, the city’s scenes change rapidly as you get a fun workout.
The wonderful Mediterranean climate, beachfront broadways and verdant parks make Tel Aviv a runner’s paradise. As a relatively small city, it is also easy to navigate, so you can get some real bang for your buck with our running tours in Tel Aviv.
On the rare rainy days when you want to be inside, Tel Aviv offers fantastic museums, with art in fitting with the city’s creative streak. With a visit to Beit Hatfutsot, Eretz Israel and the Tel Aviv Art Museum, you’ll get a glimpse into national and international history, as well as Israeli and European modernism.
Tel Aviv is a cultural frontrunner, with fantastic vegetarian and vegan restaurants and a nightlife that will satisfy even the most demanding party goers. Once a town in its own right, Jaffa is where you go for the alternative vibe. Here, you can find galleries, remnants from the crusades and quirky flea markets.
If you’re visiting in late February, join the crowds that flock to the Tel Aviv marathon every year. And if not, no problem! The year-long great weather, beautiful parks and fitness culture make Israel’s second city a fantastic destination for dedicated runners.