Begin your day exploring the alleyways of restored Old Jaffa, the ancient port from which the prophet Jonah sailed on his way to be swallowed by the Leviathan, and where Solomon imported the cedar logs from Lebanon to use in the construction of the Temple in Jerusalem. Don’t miss the Visitor Center in Kedumim Square, with its historical exhibit and archaeological remains.
Continue to the Eretz Israel Museum with its exhibits on daily life in various periods of the land of Israel. Visit a Philistine temple at Tel Qasile, right on the grounds of the museum.
At the Diaspora Museum, learn how and where the Jewish people dispersed after the destruction of the First and Second Temple, and delve into Jewish history outside the Land of Israel.
Enjoy the evening in the big city – dining, strolling and people-watching on Rothschild Boulevard, Sheinken Street, or at the Tel Aviv Port, among many other possibilities.