Tel Aviv's most popular market. Here you can find everything you need, including fresh fish, butcher shops, fresh cheese, fruits, vegetables, spices, traditional food stands, and much more.
Discover the lively Shuk Hacarmel, Tel Aviv's largest open-air marketplace. Experience the aromas and flavors of the market but don't forget to take in the sights and sounds as well, since it is the people who give this market its unique character. The tour also gives you the chance to sample many…
If you are coming to Tel Aviv - you will visit the Carmel Market. the sights, the smells, the shouting merchants ;) this days it's more then a culinary center then a farmers market. A TRUE MUST VISIT!
The most famous and largest Carmel market in Gush Dan. An unmissable Israeli experience, highly recommend. Full of food stores, restaurants, clothing stores.
The Carmel Market is the most famous market in Tel Aviv and has become one of the complexes in recent years ... It is a bustling, colorful, fragrant, boisterous and full of good energy and Mediterranean energy.
“Unique shopping mall in the center of Tel Aviv. You will get a feel of the relaxed locals and the hipsters of Tel Aviv”
“Home to an impressive collection of local and international art, this is the White City’s biggest museum. Tel Aviv Museum is located in a beautiful large plaza full of sculptures, and is right next door to an even more impressive plaza, which is home to Israel’s second largest theatre and main opera house. The museum has recently opened a new wing, so its worth checking out the surrounding area too.”
“The newest open shopping center in the city with top international brands. Large variety of restaurants as well as an open market with fresh local products.. ”
“Jaffa Flea Market, Shuk Hapishpishim The Jaffa Flea Market, or, in Hebrew Shuk Hapishpishim is one of the highlights of the area with vendors selling products of any variety imaginable lining the sidewalks. Weaving your way through an array of treasure, junk, and daily basics, you’ll see everything from Judaica, Persian tiles, jewelery, old jeans, and Indian mildewed clothes. Its an incredible cultural experience, where bargaining and haggling rule the day… fun in itself.”
“Located next to the big synagogue, its a great place to start and/or finish your night out. Eyal Shani's delicious cuisine, with drinks, music and atmosphere. (The french toast is a must! :) ) * Usualy takes a while to get a sit * ** Close on Friday evening **”
Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District
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