Shopping, Malls & Markets

Shopping Tel Aviv

Shopping A to Z – Leading Shopping Districts and Fashion in Tel Aviv

Jaffa Flea Market

Located just beyond the old city, the flea market offers a colorful experience, especially for antique lovers and bargain hunters. Best approached from the intersection of Olei Zion Street and Jerusalem Boulevard, this maze of streets is lined with shops selling a feast of refurbished furniture, old photographs, clothing, jewelry and much more. Several worthwhile …

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Hatikva Market

A bit off the beaten path, Hatikva Market offers an authentic “shuk” shopping experience and is also home to some quality Moroccan and Iraqi restaurants.

Opera Tower (shopping center)

The geometric apartment complex and shopping center just off the promenade sits on the site of the First Knesset and originally housed the Israel Opera.

Nachlat Binyamin

Nachlat Binyamin stretches from Allenby Street into the Florentin neighborhood, and is lined with cafes, bars, fabric stores and various other shops. The section parallel to the Carmel Market is accessible to pedestrians only and, on Tuesdays and Fridays, hosts a popular outdoor craft fair. Local artists there sell everything from Judaica to jewelry, while …

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Carmel Market

No visit to Tel Aviv is complete with out a stop at the Carmel Market. Its narrow, twisting streets are bursting with stalls and shops selling everything from fresh produce, meats and cheeses to fresh flowers, sweets, toiletries and clothing, all at rock-bottom prices. Midday on Friday, when everyone prepares for the weekend, is one …

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Azrieli Center/Azrieli Observatory

Azrieli Center is one of Israel’s most impressive malls, with dozens of stores, restaurants and a multiplex cinema. Among the center’s biggest draws is the Middle East’s highest observation platform (187 meters tall), which offers a breathtaking panoramic view. Address: 132 Menachem Begin Rd. at HaShalom Rd.

Dizengoff Center

The center, built in the 1970s at the busy junction of King George and Dizengoff Streets, is Israel’s first shopping mall. Dizengoff contains a staggering mix of clothing boutiques, housewares stores and bookshops, and it remains a popular destination among young and old locals alike. The mall is also home to two cinemas, and hosts …

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Gan Ha’ir/Enav Cultural Center

Adjacent to City Hall is Gan Ha’ir (City Garden), an upscale two-storey mall arranged around an open courtyard. The center’s elegant stores draw a sophisticated crowd, many of whom frequent Yehudith’s, the popular Hungarian cafe also housed there. The roof level of the building is home to the Enav Cultural Center, an intimate space offering …

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