Neve Tzedek provides a village feel in the dazzling city of Tel Aviv. A bubble within a bubble!
Neve Tzedek has it all: a central location close to the beach, Rothschild and the Carmel Market. Narrow streets with beautifully restored and preserved buildings. And home to some of the finest restaurants and trendy bars in town.
It was the first jewish neighborhood outside the ancient city of Jaffa, built 22 years before the founding of Tel Aviv. But when the city expanded, this neighborhood got neglected. All that has changed. Nowadays Neve Tzedek is one of the finest, most fashionable area’s of Tel Aviv. And with the future Tel Aviv Light Rail the neighborhood will even be more accessible.
Surrounded by high rise buildings it has kept it’s unique charm. Here you’re still possible to find a house or a more unique apartment, with high clings or different shapes. In general the buildings are lower in this part of town. Provides a breath of nostalgia in a modern and fast moving city.
Nothing beats a stroll through Shabazi Street and it’s surroundings, that leads all the way to the totally renovated Old Train Station (‘HaTachana’), with its shops and restaurants (open on shabbat), among them the famous Vicky Cristina. It’s also the location of numerous festivals throughout the year.
Neve Tzedek is home of the famous Suzanne Della Centre for Dance and Theatre and numerous little boutiques and gallery’s. And what to think about the one and only Matkot Museum in the world? See how this beach ball game is deep in the heart of every Tel Avivian.