This beautiful neighborhood, situated south of the Yemenite Quarter in Tel Aviv, is the first to be built in the new city of Tel Aviv back in 1887.
Today it serves as the city’s most stylish zone, a home for Israeli artists and yuppies. The gorgeous architecture of the old houses, packed within quiet narrow lanes, and the relaxed manner of the neighborhood’s residents, make it highly recommended spending a delightful afternoon around the area.
On your visit, make sure you don’t miss the Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater, located in the heart of Neve Tzedek and one of the most beautiful cultural centers in the city. Surrounded by lovely gardens and splendid piazza, this complex is a home to two of the best Israeli dance companies, and a host for the most unique performances in town.
Very close to Neve Tsedek is the now renovated Tacahana Complex, an old train station where visitors enjoy a a pedestrians only attraction with shops, cafe’s, restaurants, organic market art galleries and a family fun activities.
Getting there is by bus No 44 and 46, or No 25 to Montifyori St. (from which it takes 10 minutes walking). It is also possible to take the frequent bus No 4 and get off where Allenby St meets Echad Ha’am, and continue by foot to Neve Tzedek.