a very unique place. narrow streets, beautiful old architecture, art, shopping, food... highly recommended if youre in Tel Aviv
The best area within tlv
Neve Tzedek mural by David Tartakover at the Suzanne Dallal Center of Dance and Theatre called The Intellectuals depict on this side Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook (first chief Ashkenazic rabbi of the British Mandate Palestine), Zerah Barnet (who arrived in Turkish-controlled Palestine and founded the Mea Shearim, oldest neighborhood in Jerusalem), and pomegranate trees among top right.
Beautiful neighborhood in Tel Aviv, consider one of the oldest part of the city with lots of boutique shops , restaurants and coffee shops
It is a beautiful neighborhood, the first to be built in the new city of Tel Aviv back in 1887. I think 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, he 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.
What used to be a lousy neighborhood is now one of Tel Aviv's hottest. Known for its upscale homes and cute little stores and restaurants.