This is where you can find anything from a dress, through fabrics, into antic tables and chairs, or maybe just a 16th century door knob. The Flea Market in Jaffa is one of the more charming places to walk around. The real day of activity is Friday, when all the shops take out their merchandise on to […]
The Bezalel Market offers a range of clothes, shoes, bags, underwear, home appliances, and rugs from leading stores atbargain prices. There are often genuine items from well-known brand names on offer here such as The Gap and Old Navy, as well as beautiful French dresses and other treasures.
Come taste, smell and savor the finest cheeses, wines, sausages and meats that the fertile lands of Israel have to offer. Wander around the stalls, relax with a cup of coffee by the sea or stop by a restaurant or a food stand from the best chefs in Israel.
There is not a soul in Israel that doesn’t know Dizengoff Center Mall. Being in the heart of Tel-Aviv’s most frequented shopping area, Dizengoff Center Mall is by far the largest shopping mall in Israel and accommodates up to 1 million visitors each and every month. The mall is named after Tel-Aviv’s first mayor, Mr. […]
Old Jaffa is one of the most attractive places to tour in Tel Aviv-Jaffa. This fisherman’s port served as the main entry point to the ancient land of Israel and has retained its charm with beautiful stone buildings, narrow winding alleys, an artist’s quarter, cafes, restaurants, and shops. You can almost smell the exotic fragrances […]
Neve Tzedek was the first Jewish neighborhood to be built outside of Jaffa, twenty-two years before the establishment of the city of Tel Aviv. The year was 1887, and as time went by, Neve Tzedek developed into a center of good taste and high culture. Many intellectuals and artists dwell and create in this charming […]
After being closed and hidden from the public eye for many years, the historic train station complex located between the Neveh Zedek neighborhood and the Mediterranean Sea has been re-opened to the general public. The site, referred to simply as “HaTachana” (“The Station”) was the nerve center and bustling main junction for commerce in the […]
Dizengoff Street has always been the embodiment of Tel Aviv street culture, and is home to Israeli fashion designers and International favorites, as well as numerous coffee shops and local bars. The northern part of Dizengoff is known for an array of exclusive name-brand bridal boutiques and brides-to-be come here from all over the country […]
Sheinkin Street which begins at the triangle junction of Allenby and King George Streets. Sheinkin is home to Tel Aviv’s bohemia and has a vibe all its own. The street is lined with boutiques featuring some of the country’s most talented and eclectic designers as well as global brand-name fashion houses. Israeli women shop here […]
The beaches that run along the Tel-Aviv shore line from north to south are inarguably the most beautiful areas of the city. The beaches of Tel-Aviv provide visitors with hot sands and lapping waters to help them to relax and cool down in the hot Israeli summer. Each section of the beach has its own […]