The beautifully restored houses and streets of Neve Tzedek, founded 22 years before Tel Aviv, preserve the romance of early Jewish urban settlement. This picturesque area is alive with boutiques, shops, galleries, stylish cafes and restaurants. In the early 20th century, Neve Tzedek was home to famed writers and artists, including Nahum Gutman and the Nobel laureate, writer S.Y. Agnon. Highlights include the Nahum Gutman Museum, the Rokach House gallery and the Suzanne Dellal Center, a bustling dance and theater complex, home to the renowned Bat Sheva Dance Company.
Photographer: Ronen Marcus.