Gallery Street is a shoppers heaven. If you are looking to furnish your house with pictures or carpets, buy modern Judaica as a present for a friend, or just want a souvenir, Gallery Street is the place to be. Whether you just want to spend pocket change or prefer to max out your credit card, you are bound to find something you like, or even fall in love with, to take home as a memento of your time in Safed.
If you look at the city map at the Ari synagogue, you will see nearby a street called Alkabetz, named after the composer of Lecha Dodi, the Friday night hymn. The main parking lot at the end of the street is called Beit Josef or Joseph Caro Street, after the Rabbi who wrote the Shulchan Arach (Code of Jewish Laws).
Turn left after visiting the Ari synagogue and follow the path around. It takes you past the Livnot Center and into this wonderful street of shops and galleries. Continuing along the street will lead you straight back to the main parking lot.