- 6 hours
Tel Aviv Florentin and Food Market Private Tour
Private Tel Aviv Food Tour
FAQs about the Tel Aviv Florentin and Food Market Tour
What is a private tour?
I have dietary restrictions. Can I take this tour?
We can happily adapt the tour to account for dietary restrictions. Please let us know in advance so we can tailor the tour to your needs. Please note that if you have severe allergies we cannot guarantee that the foods prepared in restaurant kitchens will not be subject to cross-contamination.
Yes, we can certainly adapt this tour for those with reduced mobility. Please let us know what your needs are in your client notes.
Segev was born in Jerusalem. After his army service, he explored South America and the Far East. His adventure didn’t end when he came back. He walked all Israel by foot on his own. His "Israel Trail" journey led him to seek a better understanding of Israel's cultures, trails, and people. He became a social worker, and worked with various groups of people: he mentored Israeli at-risk youth, developed leadership and outdoor programs for army military commanders, and created programming for private organizations and special needs groups. Today, Segev is married with 3 children. In addition to being a certified tour guide since 2011, he continues his work as a social worker. He is also a licensed snake catcher and a marathoner.
Aaron was born and raised in Tallahassee, FL. He spent a semester of high school in Israel through the Reform Jewish Movement’s high school program, which had a profound impact on him. After returning to the US and completing a degree in Economics at Washington University in St. Louis, Aaron made aliyah, officially becoming a citizen of Israel in 2008. Since then he’s served in the army as a combat engineer (and still does reserve duty), taught Jewish History, gotten married, had a daughter and earned his guiding license. For the last several years he’s lived in Tel Aviv and given tours to individuals of many backgrounds, teaching them about all the aspects of his extraordinary adopted hometown.
Natalie has 15 years of guiding experience, having first served as a tour guide during her time in the army. Upon release, she guided Israeli and American youth groups across the country. From 2007-2009, she took a tour guide course at the Ministry of Tourism. She then moved to Jaffa and extended her guide experience in Tel Aviv. A few years into her guiding career, she began to develop culinary tours specifically in the markets of Jaffa, Tel Aviv, Haifa, and Akko. Natalie loves providing information and entertainment to her clients, and enjoys meeting people of many backgrounds, ages, and languages. She currently lives in Jaffa with her two children.