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Shopping in Tel Aviv can be a fascinating experience, as the city offers various kinds of shopping venues, from outdoor flea markets to big modern malls.

If it’s the Middle Eastern ambiance you’re after, visit the colorful Carmel Market with its oriental flavor, to watch the vendors sell exotic food products and cheap clothing (don’t forget to bargain), or go to neighboring Nachalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall, where artists present their unique home-made.

However, if you’re looking for modern style shopping, then you can attend the chic fashion stores at Dizengoff and Sheinkin Streets, visit the exclusive boutiques at Hamedina Square and Ramat Aviv mall, or head for Azrieli Center, a uniquely structured shopping mall and the highest building in the city. Most of Tel-Aviv’s shopping areas are within walking distance from the hotel district on Hayarkon St., while others are easy to get to by local bus or taxi. Notice that some shops are closed between 1pm and 4pm, and most are closed on Saturday.

Dizengoff Center

Center of Dizengoff and King George streets. Large, modern shopping center. Encompassing innumerable shops, 7 movie theaters, restaurants and cafes.

Gan Ha’ir

This is one of lsrael’s exclusive centers, with stores and restaurants of truly international standards. Here you’ll find everything you’re looking for, whether it’s fashion, jewelry, carpets, housewares, dining, delis or night-clubs. With its lush greenery, sparkling fountains and futuristic elevators, the fully air conditioned City Garden Shopping Center is one of Tel Aviv’s treasures. Tel. 03- 5279111 (Center into), 71 lbn Gvirol St.

Canyon Ayalon

The mall, which is in Ramat Gan, is the most successful one in Israel and is considered to be one of the most successful malls in the whole world! The mall is air-conditioned and has a variety of stores. restaurants and movie theaters, The mall has 100 stores and 2,150 parking spots that are free for the visitors. Open daily 9am-1Opm. Tel. 570-3105, Info. 177-022-1776

The new Tel Aviv Bus Terminal

The New Tel Aviv Bus Terminal operates also as lsrael’s business, commerce and entertainment center. 230,00 square meters of enclosed and air-conditioned space in summer and winter, 1,400 shops including all the known branches in all categories, thousands of parking spaces, escalators, fountains, restaurants, cafes, movie theaters, branches of the major banks and an enclosed and clean market. In other words, a city within a city. An experience!

Opera Tower

This apartment building is located at the junction of 1 Allenby St., Tel Aviv, opposite the Promenade. The building was erected at the site of what was the First Knesset and later housed the Israeli Opera. There are three floors for commercial use, including shops of Israeli designers, jewelry, ceramics, furniture, Judaica and fashion, 6 cafes-restaurants and 5 cinemas. The place is fully air-conditioned. Into: 03- 510-7496. Buses 4, 10. Opera Tower hosts exhibitions and artistic activities.

Old Port Tel Aviv – Namal Tel Aviv

The first port of Israel was opened at 1936 and now is a flourishing hang out area with many new restaurants, bars and shops all accessible by a 14000 square meters of a wooden deck that its shape was inspired by the Tel Aviv sand dunes. The port is now one of Tel Aviv’s major attractions, among the many shops you can find at the port are : Replay, Castro, Adiddas, BlueBird, Levis, Crocker, Asics, Crocks Diva and many others.

Is Tel Aviv worth visiting?

Is Tel Aviv worth visiting?

Discover the Magic of Tel Aviv Blog Introduction: If you’re looking for a city with an unbeatable combination of culture, cuisine, and nightlife, then look no further than Tel Aviv. A coastal metropolis in Israel, Tel Aviv has something for everyone - from stunning beaches to fascinating museums, to a thriving culinary scene. In short, Tel Aviv is one of the most exciting cities in the world, and it’s definitely worth a visit! History & Culture Tel Aviv is home to more than 400 years of history. Explore the old Jaffa port, where you can experience archaeological sites that date back to Biblical times. Walk through ancient alleyways as you take in views of the Mediterranean Sea. And if you’re looking for more modern attractions, Tel Aviv also offers great museums such as Beit Hatfutsot (The Museum of Jewish People) and the Eretz Israel Museum. Coastal Beauty & Nightlife No visit to Tel Aviv would be complete without a trip to its beautiful beaches. Whether you want to take a dip in the Mediterranean or just relax on the sand with a good book, there are plenty of beach options that will suit your tastes. When night falls, make sure to check out some of the city’s best bars, you will find a place to drink anywhere in the city - many located right by the beach! From classic pubs to trendy rooftop venues and hipster hangouts – Its seems like one big party! Food Scene Tel Aviv is home to some truly amazing restaurants! With influences from all over Europe and North Africa, Some in some restaurants you will not get a table for months (OCD For example)! be it's no wonder that this city boasts an incredibly diverse array of cuisines – from traditional Israeli dishes like Hummos, falafel and shawarma to Italian eateries and sushi bars. No matter what type of food you’re into, you won't be disappointed by what’s available here! Conclusion: Whether you’re looking for some cultural exploration or just fun in the sun - Tel Aviv has it all! With its bustling nightlife, stunning stretches of coastline, incredible food scene and fascinating history – this city offers something for everyone. So why not plan your next vacation here? You won't regret it!

Rashel: A Memorable Moroccan Fusion Dining Experience in Tel Aviv

Rashel: A Memorable Moroccan Fusion Dining Experience in Tel Aviv

As an American tourist visiting Tel Aviv, I had the pleasure of dining at Rashel, a Moroccan restaurant and lounge bar located in the port of Tel Aviv. The restaurant offers a Mediterranean fusion menu and is strictly kosher. From the moment I stepped inside, I was immediately transported to another world. The restaurant's decor was beautiful, with bright colors and intricate patterns, and the atmosphere was lively and welcoming. The menu at Rashel was extensive and offered a variety of dishes that blended traditional Moroccan flavors with modern Mediterranean cuisine. The chef clearly takes pride in using the best and freshest ingredients available, and it showed in the taste and presentation of each dish. I started with the kitchen jam and carpaccio, which were both delicious and full of flavor. For my main course, I tried the grilled sea bass and was blown away by the delicate and perfectly cooked fish, which was accompanied by a flavorful side of beets. The dessert menu at Rashel was equally impressive, and I indulged in the millefeuille Louisa and lemon, which was a perfect ending to my meal. Overall, my experience at Rashel was exceptional. The food was delicious, the atmosphere was vibrant, and the service was attentive and friendly. I would highly recommend Rashel to anyone looking for a unique and memorable dining experience in Tel Aviv.

Basel Street

Basel Street

Basel Street is one of the most popular places to sit and have a cup of coffee in Tel Aviv. In the middle of this small area there is a large square with shops and cafes scattered around it, and though there are no special attractions, the laid back atmosphere makes it a very pleasant area to sit and have a cup of coffee and a croissant in the morning or in the afternoon. Basel Street is considered to be a hangout area for the high society of Tel Aviv. The area itself is surrounded by parks and large trees, giving the location an isolated feel, few blocks away from the busy Dizengoff Street. The area offers a variety of shops, quality cafes and restaurants, including Japanese, Italian and Israeli cuisine, as well as a bar serving alcohol until late at night. Cafe Basel (42 Basel St.) is popular amongst the locals, serving basic menu and good coffee, right in the middle of the street. Alkalay (1 Alkalay St.) is another popular café with a casual atmosphere and regular customers. Arcaffe, in the middle of Basel square at 35 Basel St., is a self service café with excellent Italian coffee and delicious cakes and sandwiches, and Lulu (5 Alkalay St.), one block away, is yet another beautifully designed place with a lovely atmosphere. If you visit Basel Street, try to make a stop in one of the jewelry and gift shops scattered around the plaza. In the jewelry stores there's a wide selection of local and antique pieces, and in the lovely Del-Arte gift shop (9 Ashtory Hafarchi St.) there are some stunning handmade items.

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