Flea/ Street Markets in Tel Aviv District

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Flea & Street Markets in Tel Aviv District

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  • Ricardo S
    Jerusalem, Israel144 contributions
    Traditional market in Tel Aviv.
    Some fresh fruits and vegetables.
    Some restaurants Food Israeli, Mediterranean, Thai, and more...
    Written April 19, 2022
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  • holidayer011
    Beersheba, Israel377 contributions
    I'm not new to this area but always enjoy taking a walk through the Nachalat Benyamin Mall. A great place for buying gifts, Judaica, and all kinds of handmade crafts from soaps and jewelry to handmade pottery wall art. Don't miss if you're in Tel Aviv on a Tuesday or Friday morning.
    Written May 9, 2022
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  • B T
    London, UK807 contributions
    It is more like a car boot sale with everyone selling a wide range of random stuff, most of it is rubbish! But, people seemed nice and the sellers not too pushy.
    Written May 20, 2022
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  • Amiriles
    Tel Aviv, Israel86 contributions
    This is a very cool and trendy area of tel aviv. Quite old and this is also part of the charm. Not a conventional market. More like an old market where you can get delicatesens, spices and everything you can imagine to season your food with. Alot of street food scattered around
    Written June 21, 2020
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  • R2D2
    Tel Aviv, Israel225 contributions
    Truth be told, we've been to this place on many, many occasions (and keep on coming back!).

    The inside shops tend to be a bit on the expensive price, but do know you get value for your money. Very good & fresh produce.

    The outside shops (from the farmers) are a bit cheaper, and also offer very fresh products. The variety you can find here is impressive, especially for the size of some shops (some can be best described at miniature shops & are often not more than a few square meters in size).

    The atmosphere here when we go (on Fridays's normally) is always very good, friendly people working there & yes, you want the good produce, you come here & pay a little bit more.

    There are also some nice places to eat something little around. We personally like to eat a good sandwich from Lewkowicz Charcuterie & often take some of their cold-cuts home with us.

    Looking for a great shuk in Tel-Aviv? Want fresh produce? Go here, you won't regret it!
    Written February 12, 2018
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  • DBR222
    Bellaire11 contributions
    I visited the Tel Aviv antiques market in its new location on
    Givon Street in August 2019. Although for some odd reason it was closed the day I went, I was assured by several store keepers in the area that it’s normally open every Tuesday and Friday. Here’s a review from the
    “Culture Trip” website:

    Tel Aviv’s only proper antique market — the kind that has collectors loading up their vans and presenting the wares they are heartbroken to have to sell — recently lost its home in Dizengoff Square. It has relocated to Givon Square, a new plaza lodged between Tel Aviv’s cinematheque on Ha’Arba Street and the new Gindi City Mall and high rise development on Hashmonaim. It’s set to open again on Fridays so check it out. Where else can you find an old wind up clock that is also a pocket knife?
    Written January 4, 2020
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  • shagaat
    Barcelona, Spain74 contributions
    Fresh vegetables, herbs spices... Voices and a lot of good ingredients, the homemade salads stand is really nice for T. A
    Written December 9, 2018
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  • Sion B
    Israel47 contributions
    A great place to mingle with friends, a large variety of snacks, drinks, song and good humor. The fun starts after sundown.
    Written November 10, 2019
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  • Sofi NS
    Athens, Greece12,609 contributions
    A street market behind TLV mall. Interesting if you are into second hand clothing, antiques (real or fake, hard to tell) and stamps. We did a walk by and checked a couple of items for vintage cameras. 15-20 min are enough to determine whether you want to buy anything or hit the restaurants ad nearby cafes.
    Written September 8, 2021
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  • Yoav S
    Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel4 contributions
    This little hidden shop is a super cute second hand fashion shop. The owner Dalya is very nice. She just want you to buy something that will make you happy!

    Found some super brands for funny prices...
    Written July 28, 2019
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  • Yoav S
    Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel4 contributions
    Interesting collection! reasonable prices and great people with extreme knowledge about....... records
    Written July 28, 2019
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