Rothschild Boulevard, which is named after the Baron James Rothschild, constitutes the first central boulevard in the center of the city of Tel Aviv. This boulevard is the cultural heart of the city. The declaration of the state took place inside and alongside it in a number of historically significantly meaning. The route of the boulevard sprawls from Neve Tzedek in the west to the “Bima” Theater in the east and its length is one and a half kilometers. The boulevard is the central spinal cord of the Heart of Tel Aviv neighborhoods. Throughout the length of the boulevard and from both sides the buildings, most of them at a height of 5 floors, which integrate a number of towers, and at its center a long tree route, a space for walking, bike pathways, garden areas and coffee houses.
On the streets surrounding the boulevard there are beautiful, eclectic and Bauhaus structures.