In big cities, it’s normal for intellectuals and bohemians to seek out their own refuge. In the case of Tel Aviv, you need look no further than Neve Tzedek. This picturesque district, characterised by its many low houses, offers the perfect antidote to the hustle and bustle of the city centre. What was once the first Jewish settlement in Tel Aviv is now home to an abundance of coffee shops, art galleries and small craft shops, where visitors can lose themselves and enjoy the other side of the city.


Roma-Tel Aviv. Seat 11C