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Neve Tzedek
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Neve Tzedek

A haven for artists and writers since the early 20th century, avant-garde Neve Tzedek is packed with hip designer stores, fashion boutiques and handicraft shops. There’s also a string of al fresco cafes, gourmet restaurants and stylish cocktails bars near HaTachana, a renovated railway station that’s now home to one of the city’s most popular farmers markets. Dubbed the city’s first neighborhood (this was one of the first places in Tel Aviv to become home to Jewish settlers in the 1880s) Neve Tzedek’s winding streets are lined with stunning historic buildings, including the meticulously restored 19th-century structure housing the Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theater. 

Address:
Neve Tzedek, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

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