Yehuda Hamaccabi Street / Milano Square

Stretching from Ibn Gvirol Street to the Bavli neighborhood in the east, Yehuda Hamaccabi is a quiet and chic part of the city’s north end. The area used to be mostly residential and there are clusters of private homes with little gardens, which are reminiscent of European suburbs. In recent years, though, Yehuda Hamaccabi and the surrounding streets have blossomed, and there is no shortage of laid-back cafes and restaurants, as well as trendy stores and one of the best spas in the city. The nearby Milano Square is a charming spot to relax or enjoy a leisurely coffee.