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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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A nice quarter with end of early 20th century well preserved private houses, lovely cafes and boutiques. A place that .tells a story of the beginning of the city that was founded more than 100 years ago! Absolutely a must if you are a tourist...More
I like to visit there when the shops opened
And the restaurant at small street and
Environment is great and beautiful not
Crowd you fill ther is time to shopping
And eat a good food at the restaurant
The area is spacally you can eat...More
This is a really upscale and beautiful newly rebuilt neighborhood n TLV. Complete with upscale restaurants and bars, ice cream/yogurt shops, art galleries and high-end fashion. Walk up and down Shabazi street and take a couple of side street detours to discover great new places.
Interesting Israeli goods in the shops and galleries. All the staff were helpful and friendly, even if I didn't buy anything from them. We did get some lovely costume jewelry and two adorable baby girl's dresses. Oh, and delicious gelato too.
It is definitely a nice change from the big noisy boulevards, with small boutique shops, galleries and cafes. A small cafe with a seating area for no more than 6 people is hidden along the entrance to a rooftop spa; a vegan restaurant is sitting...More
We stayed in an apartment in Neve Tzedek and were constantly finding coffee shops, ice cream, jewellery, vegan restaurants.
This little pocket of Tel Aviv is alive and teaming with people on weekends.
There is a lot of beautiful architectural gold to be found.
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
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 lot of fun and you will discover the city by walking all over .