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Best Shopping Spots in Tel Aviv

Shopping Paradise
Tel Aviv is truly a playground when it comes to shopping – whether you like to do it under the blue skies, in a huge concrete mall, or a modern bazaar-like setting, you’re in for endless hours of shopping fun. So make room in your closet and visit the hottest Tel Aviv locations to shop, eat, drink, and play:

The All-In-One
The Dizengoff is a maze of various stores ranging from cafes, boutiques, international clothing chains, music stores to home decor stores, supermarkets and even the movie theatres. We especially love it on Thursday and Friday morning when they have the weekly affair of various authentic ethnic food delights!

The Local Love
Bugrashov Street is a busy stretch of cool local designers’ boutique that goes all the way to Dizengoff Centre. The shops and cafes bustle with many shoppers looking for their next finds. After a long day of shopping, settle in one of the many cafes and restaurant to fill up your energy bar.

The Trendy Mish-Mash
Shenkin Street is one of the most famous, vibrant streets in Tel Aviv. Near other must-sees, such as Carmel Market and Nahalayat Binyamin, the street is lined with shops and cafés to suit every budget.  From cool local brands and designer vintage shops, the area is a shopping paradise with a broad range of wares from clothes to gifts to choose from.

The Fancy Finds
Kikar Hamedina, the “Rodeo Drive” of Tel Aviv, is nestled between the outskirts of Tel Aviv and its neighbor Ramat Gan. This square is actually a rotary with top-notch designer names for those with the fine-tuned taste for fashion. If you are looking to run into some local celebs, or simply check out the latest modes, this is the place for you!

The Thrifty Gems
Allenby Street is the place to be for great steals! Strategically situated between the infamous Rotschild Blvd. and Tel Aviv’s nicest beaches, so you can sip coffee on the boulevard kiosks, shop at Allenby’s endless no-name shops for clothes, bags, jewelry, and more and watch the sunset on the beach when you’ve run out of cash!

The European Flair
Sarona Market boasts a new open-air commercial center and historical site is turning a lot of heads and is quickly becoming a top tourist location in Tel Aviv. With a green, European atmosphere, excellent places to taste the hippest chefs’ newest delights – enjoy freshly baked pastries and stroll through galleries, shops and more, Sarona is a must-see!



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