Neve Tzedek is a neighborhood located in southwestern Tel Aviv, Israel. Travel Guide to Neve Tzedek, Israel explores one of the oldest neighborhoods in Tel Aviv. This neighborhood is the artist hub of Tel Aviv. Every corner you can find an eclectic cafe, a unique boutique, and an art gallery. Tel Aviv is very metropolitan, but this district is tucked away from all the traffic. It has not lost its old-world charm and it is filled with history.
Travel Guide to Neve Tzedek, Israel
I loved discovering the charming, narrow & colorful streets of Neve Tzedek. Here’s a brief guide to this fabulous city:
What to Wear
I was busy preparing for a 3-week trip so I didn’t have time to spare. The Dailylook Elite Box saved me time (click here for a review of the DailyLook Elite Box). I choose the chambray sleeveless shirt by The Blue Shirt Shop and the cropped unhem white jeans by Just Black to create an Urban Summer Look for my stay in Tel Aviv. This outfit was perfect sighting on a hot day in Tel Aviv since the long-lasting comfortable fit and luxuriously soft denim. But seriously, I can’t tell you how much I love soft denim.
Where to Eat
Lorenz & Mintz – Thanks to my resourceful cousin who researched this place, we had the most fantastic brunch here. It was such a culinary delight! I had the green shakshuka, made with eggs, chard, and spinach. Shakshuka is a traditional Israeli breakfast dish. But I can’t even begin to tell you how delicious it was.
Where to Stay
Beach Brown House is the cutest trendy boutique hotel ever. It’s situated a block from the Banana Beach in Tel Aviv and only a five-minute drive to Neve Tzedek. It is the first boutique hotel on Tel Aviv beachfront. The hotel is all in black, white and yellow. It has spacious rooms compared to the chain hotel rooms. Each room has a separate seating area with a yellow couch and a huge whirlpool bath. Guests are greeted with a glass of champagne at the reception desk as well as complimentary bottled water, chocolate and yellow beach bag in the room. The restaurant is open for breakfast only and serves a scrumptious shakshuka as well as a strong Israeli latte.
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