Neve Tzedek dates back to 1887, prior to the early development of Tel Aviv. Neve Tzedek was the first Jewish neighborhood built north of the Jaffa walls. Prominent authors and artists found their home here such as Shai Agnon and Nachum Guttman.
Neve Tzedek is an architectural gem, whose narrow streets are filled with old style, renovated colorful houses. An affluent residential neighborhood in Tel Aviv, it is also a popular and lively hang-out. Locals and tourists alike flock here for its charming cafes, boutiques, designer shops and fine dining.
Neve Tzedek is home to the Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance, which hosts year round performances of Israeli and International contemporary dance companies. Down the street is the historical train station of Tel Aviv, which now boasts an impressive collection of designer shops, restaurants, and specialty fairs.
With its convenient location, the neighborhood is an ideal spot for walking tours (self or guided) and gives easy access to most of Tel Aviv’s main attractions. The happening Rothschild Boulevard is just around the corner, while the Carmel Market and Nachalat Binyamin Artists Market are located less than a 15 minute walk away. You can take a stroll along the seaside boardwalk to the beautiful and funky city of Jaffa with its historic port and Mediterranean flea market. Or instead forget everything, and skip down to the nearest beach and spend your day swimming and sunning at the sea.