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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.
South-West Tel Aviv (Shalom Shabazi Street Or Hevrat Shas Street), Tel Aviv, Israel
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Neve Tzedek is a beautiful little neighbourhood near the beach and Florentine. As soon as you step onto the small streets you feel you are somewhere special. The buildings are beautiful - even the newer ones respect the feel of the place making the architecture...More

Thank Jacqueline L
Reviewed 2 days ago

So enjoyed many walks through this neighborhood. Always taking a different route to explore new places. Lots of lovely shops & restaurants along the way.

Thank Debby S
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

There is a lot of history to this area, but to be honest, there’s not a whole lot to see. The main strip, Shabazi street, is not really worth the detour. We walked around for more than an hour but could not see how it...More

Thank jmcyow
Reviewed 3 days ago

Great restaurants of all different flavors. Boutique clothing stores. Arts and crafts. Walk through old neighborhoods a throw back in time. Well worth a stroll day or night.

Thank robert d
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

There is no other neighborhood I’d rather hang out in. Great boutique stores. Terrific restaurants and best gelato I have ever tasted! Do not miss this neighborhood when you visit Tel Aviv.

Thank Rebecca F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A charming place to just walk. A melange of commercial and residential, old and new. Food, clothes and bobbles.

Thank Andromedagalaxy
Reviewed 1 week ago

I would suggest taking a bicycle and pass shabazi street, the place itself is beautiful, small houses unlike tel aviv sky scrappers, but overall surrounded by overpriced shops and full of tourists at night time..

Thank SilveraAmi
Reviewed 1 week ago

Just go aorund the cafees , the shops , the gardens and meet the people. Greatly enjoy this and feel the city and Israel

Thank Moshe L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Shopped here on two separate days and couldn't find anything I didn't want. Great Israeli made clothing and art. Everyone in the shops were friendly and helpful. I love my new tanks and ice cream... can't beat Avery's.

Thank Sunnygirl67
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Just passing through this area, suppose to be a renaissance neighborhood. Very quaint area, , too bad can't stay longer . We were told that some of the building apartments has a dirty exterior because of vats poop, there's a lot of them and they...More

Thank ilemuy0131
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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!