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its one of the biggest street markets in Tel Aviv popular with locals and tourists alike. its always busy but worth the effort, not open on shabbat close to the beach as well so if you want to cook your own food great place to...More
Enjoy this market which is open from early morning up to evening. You'll find plenty of things from food to cloths. Don't hesitate to bargain as this is part of the local culture.
Negative point: at the end of the day, the shop owners clean...More
We have traveled to places that are much less developed and enjoyed this experience much more. Pushing, shoving, blocking narrow aisles, and vendors who refused to speak to you. I'm not sure how that's a good business model?
One of the most amazing spot to be on Friday we went there the place is so much fun the atmosphere is great you can buy many souvenirs for cheap price many small restaurant around you can get lunch the place on Friday is very...More
From buying fruits and vegetables to spices to underwear and souvenirs, this market has it all. It can get crowded but it's a one stop shop for whatever you need. Also has some cute simple eateries. No trip to Tel Aviv is complete without a...More
Don't leave Tel Aviv without going here! Great stuff to buy - from spices to shoes, beans to boots, from fish to phone accessories, from clothing to cheeses, fresh fruit and veg that you can actually taste, yogurt to savor, , all at great prices....More
There are several aspects to the market . We prefer the outdoor and indoor food areas . We conquered it with a 2 and half foodie tour of some of the food highlights and it helps you get oriented. If you buying food , better...More
This is the largest market in Tel Aviv and is basically one long street. One end is clothing, jewellery and electronics which then goes into the food part with beautiful fruit, vegetable, sweets, pastries, spices and herbs. It can be very crowded so be prepared...More
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Since Yom Haatzmaut is a national holiday, I believe that the market will be closed. Possibly, some of the restaurants and cafes will be open at night. It is worth while to check with any specific restaurant if they are open... More
Since Yom Haatzmaut is a national holiday, I believe that the market will be closed. Possibly, some of the restaurants and cafes will be open at night. It is worth while to check with any specific restaurant if they are open before making any plans.