Shopping in Tel Aviv

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Shopping in Tel Aviv

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  • Emmanuel G
    5 contributions
    Very nice place to eat and shop. Authentic Israeli dishes. Fruits and nuts are very much available is all varieties. The dates are creamy and satisfying.
    Pro Tip. Do not wait to go on weekends because it’s closed on Saturdays.
    Enjoy your stay in The Holy Land.
    Written 16 July 2022
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  • Rumskys
    Portland, OR668 contributions
    Maybe the best food court I've ever been too. Great collection of restaurants, bars and specialty food stores with a festive vibe.
    Written 11 July 2022
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  • Isaac K
    Miami Beach, FL70 contributions
    Lots of outdoor dining, cafés, and small stores. More fun and interesting after sunset. 10 minutes away from the beach.
    Written 8 August 2022
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  • Rumskys
    Portland, OR668 contributions
    We took the Classic Bauhaus tour. The movie was very informative and our guide was also very knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the subject. On the down side was that the guide's microphone made a lot of loud static/clicking noises as we walked and the headsets only worked so-so so we missed some of the stories. The other disappointment was that we were not given a map, as promised by the website. We asked for it at the end of the tour and were told in a very abrupt manner that there were no maps except one that we had to buy for 25 shekels and that there was not even a map that we could take a picture of; that encounter left a bad impression of what was otherwise a good tour. It's also a bit pricey, but then again this is Tel Aviv. I would still recommend it to architecture fans.
    Written 11 July 2022
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  • Russ R
    Port Saint Lucie, FL147 contributions
    It was a lot of fun spending the day in Jaffa. Included was the famous flea market. Yes there is a lot of junk (one man's trash...) but there are a lot of cool things too. My son bought a couple of old Mercedes key chains for what seemed like a lot at the time. Come to find out they are worth twice as much on line. Our friend also bought a beautiful rug from one of the locals. Get a cold drink and walk the many streets of the market. Happy hunting!
    Written 1 June 2022
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  • kingofpeppange
    Peppange, Luxembourg484 contributions
    ...and small enough to eventually find your way out again ! A lot of interesting shops , good restaurants and nice coffee places ... and mostly very friendly staff !
    Written 20 March 2019
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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 21 June 2020
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  • Steve57C
    Dudley, UK1,399 contributions
    An excellent shopping mall, filled with places to eat and drink, ample parking and a superb variety of shops.
    Written 19 December 2019
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  • josh s
    3 contributions
    i love this place. Its completely understandable esthetic place. Not huge but u can buy the clothes from diferent brands. also drink some shakes. And around lots of restaurants
    Written 22 August 2021
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  • wayne d
    Strensall, UK5 contributions
    Asaf was great from my first contact through to purchase and after sales, I bought two pieces of art which I love, would highly recommend this gallery.
    Written 1 May 2022
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  • Tom R
    Woodbridge, VA52 contributions
    I first discovered Frank Meisler's Gallery over 30 years ago while serving in the U.S. Army in the Sinai Egypt. I would come to Israel often and visit this Gallery trying to figure out which of the many items that I could afford I wanted the most. It was a hard choice but I still love the Jerusalem box I bought then. During the first Gulf War I went back with the Patriot Missile crews and had time to buy another treasure. Recently, I went back. Mr. Meisler had passed away the year before, but his younger daughter is keeping the Gallery going strong. A must see if you are in the area.
    Written 2 December 2019
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  • Lorne_Alexandra
    Ottawa, Canada332 contributions
    This is a great place to experience a great assortment of art from a variety of Israeli artists. The staff was very helpful with all of our questions.
    Written 26 March 2019
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  • Shay R
    Israel9 contributions
    In the center of the hi-tec/busines district of Ramat Hahayal, north-eastern side of Tel Aviv.
    Food market, restaurant counters (middle eastern, sea,asian,beer).
    Great, non-formal atmosphere.
    Written 18 June 2018
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  • R2D2
    Tel Aviv, Israel228 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 12 February 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 4 January 2020
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