Nahalat Shiva Neighborhood Highlighted by Times of Israel as Premier Tourist Destination

Nahalat Shiva Neighborhood Highlighted By Times Of Israel As Premier Tourist Destination

Nahalat Shiva Neighborhood Highlighted by Times of Israel as Premier Tourist Destination

Jerusalem’s Nahalat Shiva neighborhood, located right outside the Old City walls, has been highlighted by the Times of Israel as a premier tourist destination: Its unique history and charming alleyways, with coffee shops, bars, and artisan shops, make it a great place to explore.

While you’re there, you might also want to check out some of our projects in the area:

  • The Seraphin Lorenzo House: The house, built as a wedding present in the early 1900s, is now home to Hamiffal, a multi-disciplinary arts collective that hosts visual arts workshops by day and concerts by night
  • Musrara, the Naggar School of Art: Cutting-edge photography, new media, and music meet at this unique school, which hosts a variety of exhibits throughout the year and is home to the Musrara Mix Festival.
  • The Museum of Italian Art: This museum offers a special look at the history of the Italian Jewish community, through the prism of its artistic productions.
  • Maaleh School of Film, Television, and the Arts: This school is dedicated to exploring the intersection between film and modern Jewish identity.
  • Canada House: Part start-up hub, part young adult center, par elderly activity center, this building specializes in forging the types of encounters that have animated Jerusalem for 2,000 years.

We’re proud to be a partner in the urban renaissance taking place in Nahalat Shiva and throughout the city center, and look forward to continuing to shape Jerusalem as a thriving, modern metropolis.