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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.
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South-West Tel Aviv (Shalom Shabazi Street Or Hevrat Shas Street), Tel Aviv, Israel
+972 3-510-9876
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Neve Tzedek is an awesome place to spend a day in Tel-Aviv. It's a quite narrow street that has high end boutiques offering designer jewellery and fashion clothing. The street has a couple of nice cafes and restaurants that add to charm and magic. The...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

One of the oldest neighborhoods of Tel Aviv the was renovated to the level of old city quarter in Europe. Full with little shops good food and atmosphere

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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

neve tzedek is a pleasant touristic. quarter in TA. a must visit area with nice shops and restaurants. bit too crowded though.

Thank Geffen V
Reviewed 6 days ago

This oldest part of Tel Aviv is the centre of art with the Suzanne Dellal Centre which hosts one of leading world dance companies Batsheva Dance Company, along with wonderful season of dance and several dance festival. The district is home to small restaurants, artisan...More

Thank mirnazagar
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Worth walking around, window shopping, or actual shopping. Arts and unique items. Stop and have lunch outside, sip some wine. Did not go in the evening. Some days stores are closed.

Thank aheldz
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Enjoyed walking around this neighborhood blots of nice shops and a great place for ice cream. Nice coffee shops good restaurants. Nice atmosphere

Thank Jay D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Great area with many eating,shopping and brick a brace places. Walking distance from good hotels and varieties of restaurants. Great ice cream shops. Narrow winding streets and lanes with historic character.

Thank Trevorwain
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Beautifully charming neighborhood with great shops. Had a delicious lunch at Suzana Restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Thank 23rita
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Our Tour Group made a relatively short excursion here so that we could be impressed with the older architecture and shops that were close to the modern city of Tel Aviv. It is a great place to begin a Tel Aviv trip----Wished we could have...More

Thank cisco289
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

the first neighborhood out of jaffa keeps its unique and plesant atmosphere with nice coffee shops and fancy stores

Thank Ahikam O
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19 November 2017|
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Response from badbaruch57 | Reviewed this property |
I agree - walk the area - its not that much 4-5 blocks very pretty area with shops restaurants etc . by 8-9 pm the place closes down ask for a Map of Tel Aviv when you get to your hotel and plan on walking. tel aviv is a... More
13 October 2015|
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!