A guided tour of Neve Tzedek will take you through the streets of the first Jewish neighborhood outside the walls of Old Jaffa.
The tour starts at the Hatachana compound, from where the first train in the entire Middle East departed, where you can hear about meetings held at the Parisien pier about entrepreneurs who established a "luxurious" neighborhood, where every house has a bathhouse and cooking house.
From there we will go through the four neighborhoods, which make up Neve Tzedek today: Achva, Shabazi, Neve Shalom and Neve Tzedek. The Neve Shalom neighborhood, where the contrasts between education and religion were intertwined, Rabbi Kook and his school, and Simcha Ben Zion and the girls' school, hear why the teacher Yosef Haim Brenner followed Rabbi Kook's footsteps.
We will hear why Nachum Gutman had to wear a skirt.
We will also learn about what is hiding in the "Sha'arei Torah" Beit Midrash. From there we will go to the Achva neighborhood established by Jerusalem businessmen, and see the balcony where Shmuel Yosef Agnon used to look with loving eyes at his granddaughter.
At the Suzanne Dellal Center, you hear about the pediatrician, Shaul Tchernichovsky, and the hygiene teacher, Tzina Dizengoff.
We walk the painted streets of Neve Tzedek and finish at the Eden Theater. It is possible to combine theater: Zerah Barnett, whose wife threatened to divorce him, Aharon Chelouche, who will teach how to make money from money, and Tzina Dizengoff, who will tell the story about why she was angry with Bialik, and Yosef Moyal, who was the talking clock for cars.