Bauhaus is a functional style of architecture that took off in he 1930s and is noted for its curvilinear forms. Its concentration of white Bauhaus buildings gives Tel Aviv the nickname “The White City” and was designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003. Streets to focus on are Bialik and Rothschild Boulevard, but Bauhaus buildings are found all over the city. If it's your first time in Tel Aviv, consider taking a guided walking tour
of the central Bauhaus district. Tours last about two hours and cost $15. Or just wander on your own -- either way you'll see lots of interesting buildings from Tel Aviv' early days, such as the Pagoda House (pictured).