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Neve Tzedek

South-West Tel Aviv (Shalom Shabazi Street Or Hevrat Shas Street), Tel Aviv, Israel
+972 3-510-9876
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Filled with a maze of narrow winding streets, this picturesque neighborhood is considered one of Tel Aviv’s major cultural areas where the Frederic Mann Auditorium, Helena Rubinstein Art Museum and Israel’s Habima Theater are located.
  • Excellent64%
  • Very good29%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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South-West Tel Aviv (Shalom Shabazi Street Or Hevrat Shas Street), Tel Aviv, Israel
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+972 3-510-9876
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Reviewed 4 days ago

This newly developed artsy part of Tel Aviv is full of character and charm. It is steps from the beach and has fantastic shops.

Thank dklany
Reviewed 5 days ago

Here you spend your time eating and shopping in an atmosphere that is timeless. Beautiful shops blend with small resturants and coffe shops.

Thank Susanne R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

While in Tel Aviv be sure to visit This nice area, has some nice bars and cafes and specially great trendy boutiques!!!

Thank casildaguilar
Reviewed 1 week ago

Park in the Tachana lot and then walk up Shabazi street. You might be inspired to stop along the way for an ice cream or wine. The wonderful Dallal Bakery/Cafe (a few steps off of Shabazi) is great for a refreshing pit stop.

Thank Harold J
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Neve Tzedek is full with boutique shopping possibilities; from dresses and jewelry to artwork and bakeries, you'l always find a nice place to hang out. At night, the atmosphere changes to a "hipster like" area, and many pubs and restaurants open their doors to the...More

Thank Avshalom S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Neve Tzedek is one of the most wonderful places Tel Aviv has to offer to those who want to breathe the smells of the past and the beginnings of the largest city in Israel. There are convenience stores, authentic restaurants, and their smells will accompany...More

Thank Amican C
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited three times during our five nights in Tel Aviv. Cute neighborhood with trendy stores and excellent restaurants.

Thank TheFogSF
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Is a must, you must go and must find for yourself incredible places. Little shops, restaurants and you will find it is a place to live.

Thank ArmandoFarfan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Wonderful neighborhood with lots of stores and restaurants. Kind of bohemian atmosphere adds to how cool this place is.

Thank DanyWeil
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Neve Tzedek is a charming neighborhood. Many houses have gone a lovely renovation that kept their original style . The area of Suzann Dallal and all the buildings around are specially lovely.

Thank nadi O o
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.12 km away
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.10 km away
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CTMaggie155
13 October 2015|
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Response from Lepnor |
I guess this one was answered already, or not relevant anymore, and that the question was "are any of the shops and restaurants open on Saturday / Shabat" and the answer is YES!
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