Tel Aviv Street Art

9-Apr-2023 • Tel Aviv Israel

Unlike the Abraham Hostel in Jerusalem which offered tons of tours, its Tel Aviv counterpart didn't offer much.  One tour it did offer which caught my eye was a walking tour of the murals that dotted some parts of Tel Aviv. 

We no longer signed up for it since we saw street art practically everywhere we went.  We saw them in the Nev Tzedek area and at one end of the Tel Aviv Promenade.  Then was was Florentine, another part of the city. Rothschild Boulevard had some too.

These are what we found.  Unless otherwise noted, the murals are located in the Neve Tsedek area. 

This particular mural is in Jaffa.  

Not a mural for sure, but this miniature model of the Hurva Synagogue, was one art work we saw incorporated into Grand Synagogue along Allenby Street.

Taken on our last full day in Tel Aviv.  We decided to explore the other end of the Tel Aviv Promenade and we discovered an area which reminded us a little bit of San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf.  There were tons of restaurants and boutiques.  This Tel Aviv sign was one art attraction we stumbled on.  

These mosaic murals were located in front of a building right by Neve Tsedek.  I remember us sitting close by to rest our tired legs from all the walking we did earlier that day.

This was the mural right outside a Japanese restaurant in Neve Tsedek.

Close to the Tel Aviv Promenade

This small ad we saw in the area on the opposite end of the Tel Aviv Promenade

Along the other end of the Tel Aviv Promenade