Neve Tzedek, Tel Aviv
Categories: Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
Established in 1887, Neve Tzedek flourishes as one of Tel Aviv's hippest and artsiest districts. The architecture of the neighborhood represents a mix of the Bauhaus and Art Nouveau styles brought over by European Jewish immigrants in the early 20th century. Though the district fell into disrepair for a few decades, an influx of young and creative settlers rejuvenated the area and gave it new life in the 1980s. Walk the streets and stop into boutiques and galleries, or sit at one of the many sidewalk cafes and bars. Plan your Neve Tzedek visit and explore what else you can see and do in Tel Aviv using our Tel Aviv itinerary planner.
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What a great place to just walk around and absorb the old and the new blended together.one can walk on their own or take a guided tour.Either way,the area is not that large so it is pretty easy. Make ... read more »
Прогуливаясь по улочкам Неве-Цедек будто бы попадаешь в симпатичный европейский городок! Здесь буквально хочется поселиться. А какие названия улиц - Моливер, Калишер, Метула, Кинерет.... Звучит, как м... read more »Walking through the streets of the Neve Tzedek as if you get the cutest European town! Here literally want to settle. And what street names-Moliver, Kalisher, Metula, sea of Galilee .... Sounds like music! The charming cottages, friendly person. If there is one time look here, you won't regret it!show original
This old area is been revenerate by the city of Tel Aviv. There are small and narrow streets with brand new stores and galleries. Lots of places to see and to have lunch. Nice day trip.
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