Southwest of Allenby Street via Rothschild Boulevard, Tel Aviv
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This neighborhood was one of the first to be built (in 1887) in the sand dunes outside of Jaffa. The narrow winding lanes, ... More
This neighborhood was one of the first to be built (in 1887) in the sand dunes outside of Jaffa. The narrow winding lanes, colorful plaster walls and tile roofs recall a small Mediterranean village. The area has become fashionable among the bohemian yuppie set, though to call it gentrified would be an overstatement. Among the posh galleries and restaurants one can also find small cafes and artists' studios. On Rokach Boulevard, one can visit the Rokach House , the former home of the neighborhood's patron saint, now a gallery and museum of the early days of the neighborhood. Just down the street is the Nachum Gutman Museum , devoted to the work and life of this famous Israeli artist. Further in the same direction is the Suzanne Dellal Center , another building complex from the early days, now one of Israel's premiere dance venues.
neve-tzedek is a beautiful place, combining historical buildings, peaceful living area, with lots of little sops and cafes to hang out in. not far from there (on montifiory st) the best restaurant in tel-aviv is located: Kyoto-salsa!! sushi and more from japanese cuisine, plus a Latin cuisine with everything... very tasty!
A must stop, Neve is a nice neighbourhood leading from the Karmel Market area to the sea.. it is one of the loveliest and best preserved old neighbourhoods, with lots of interesting houses (old and renovated) - a must for all photographer not to forget cameras!
pretty and picturesque - this neighborhood is a must see!!
it has a very strong European influence, small and trendy cafes, and a professional arts centre - Suzanne Dellal.
I strongly recommend it to all
Neve Tzedek is a charming neighborhood close to Jaffa on the Southern part of Tel Aviv, a block from the Daniel Intercontinental Hotel. The narrow cobbled stonned streets are similar to those found in small European towns. Flowers and planters adorne the porches of homes in the area. Restaurants, coffee shops, butiques and art galleries invite the browser to enter. The service and desserts at Ruti's coffee shop was exceptional. The cheese cake was fresh and tasty.
As you leave the neighborhood and head West towards the beach, an open market reminds one that the shuk is still a popular place to shop for house hold goods, fruits and vegetables, pasteries, clothing, books, disks, furniture, school and office supplies.
The area was quiet almost secluded a city within a city, yet close to a vibrant city that never sleeps.
Reuven Rubin is perhaps Israel's most famous painter. His colorful images have become icons of Eretz Yisrael (the land of
Israel), as the country was referred to in the early the days of Jewish settlement. Utilizing his former home, ...
This fountain, entitled the Fire and Water sculpture is located on a raised roundabout that is painted in a bright,
rainbow design. Created by Yaacov Agam it has been dedicated to the friendship between the cities of Tel Aviv ...
This is Israel's biggest and first marina and is home to some 400 yachts. Many people live on board their
boats here. The grounds include the Octopus Diving Centre , boat repair facilities, the Yam Sailing School and more. ...