One great way to explore Tel Aviv is through the Bahaus architecture that is its defining style the so-called “White City”, the central part of Tel Aviv, that is home to the largest concentration of Bauhaus buildings, was named a World Cultural Heritage City by UNESCO in 2003. It’s because this kind of achitecture is inspired to a Modern or International Style, based on the idea that art should serve society and that form should also have function.
The Bahaus‘ City can be discovered by foot. A good palce to stroll is along Rothschild Boulevard and its side streets, which also have cafe’s and restaurants.
Rothschild Boulevard is a very special, small and elegant neighboor. By admiring the architecture and the design of the strict preserved buildings, on the right-hand side the balconies wrap around the building mimicking the corner of the streets. On the left-hand side the baloconies are aligned with the side of the buildings.