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Who we are


A group of curious creatives who have made New York their home. We are urban explorers, entrepreneurs, social activists, creators, artists and journalists. And we’re all really nice, too.

Come with us to see how the city works, who lives where and why. Understand and decode the complex relations between architecture, design, public space and people.

Discover unknown stories, such as the story of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the second largest in the world! Learn about New York’s lively art scene, follow in the footsteps of the city’s founders, or get to know New York’s iconic street art and graffiti. You can join one of our prepared routes or contact us for a tailor made urban tour.


City Adventures are FOR EVERYONE

Most of our tours range from 1.5 to 2 hours. Based on your personal interest (or just trust us on this one) we can recommend combined routes.

We take it slow and easy – our tours are for walking and we welcome all ages. The only requirement is your curiosity.

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Our Dream Team

Alongside their work as an artist and a journalist, Mishal and Alhassid also work as tour guides.

Performance pieces inspired by Alhassid’s experience of guiding include the Het Hem exhibition hall, Zaandam NL 2020, “Manofim” festival, Jerusalem conference of art 2021, Musraramix festival, Jerusalem and Liebling Haus 2022 Tel-Aviv.

Mishal’s walking tour inspired projects include ‘Warsaw Under Contraction’, preformed by artist Noa Reshef in the streets of Warsaw’s old Jewish Ghetto, Poland, 2015, ‘Metropolis’ pop-up art school in Tel Aviv, 2013 and ‘New City Project’ in the streets of Bat Yam, Israel, 2010.

Jonathan H. mishal

Jonathan H. Mishal is a journalist, writer and an enthusiastic urban explorer. MFA graduate from Haifa University. Mishal’s city-wide art projects and urban explorations have been mentioned in ‘Untapped New York’, Lonely Planet, ‘Le Mond’, NRP, Swiss and German national radio services, The Guardian and ‘The Forward’.
In 2018, his explorations of the New Central Bus Station in Tel Aviv were made into a full documentary directed by Tomáš Elšík, with a premier in Sheffield Doc Fest. In 2023 Mishal launched the official United Nations HQ architecture tour which he initiated and developed, now part of the United Nations official public program.

Danielle Alhassid

Danielle Alhassid is an artist based in Brooklyn, NYC. She is a graduate of the Gerrit Rietveld Academie (2020), Amsterdam NL and a candidate for MFA from Hunter College (2024). Her works involve stop motion animation, installation and performance. She focuses on the intersection of memory, identity and urban experience. Her work appeared, among others, at the Ron Mandos Gallery, the Het Ham Exhibition Hall, the Holocaust Museum and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Liebling Haus, Studio Bank,Ha’ir Museum Tel-Aviv, ZUMU the Mobile Museum, Acre and 205 Gallery, Hunter college, 14stY theater, the OYG projects, Bertha and Karl Leubsdorf Gallery, New York. She received various fellowships such as Vermouth Studio center, The Neighborhood and LABA NYC.