Halfway between Downtown Tel Aviv and Jaffa, this pretty neighborhood is one of the original settlements in the city.
European Jewish settlers built their houses here, sometime around the 1880s. These buildings have been well preserved over the years and now are home to boutiques, artsy cafes and some of the city's most hip restaurants. This trendy neighbourhood also has some of the city's premier art galleries in the likes of the Rockach House and the Nachum Gutman Art Museum and also the Suzanne Dellal Center. The Hatachana, the old Ottoman era railway station which was in the south western corner has now been renovated as a complex of cafes and boutuiques. Neve Tzedek's streets are worth a stroll at any time of the day.
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