Vacation apartment in Ashkelon
Vacation apartments in Ashkelon
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Tel Aviv’s bazaar is news, and you can’t miss it when you come to Tel Aviv. Here you can buy fruits and vegetables, spices, nuts, fish, chicken, meat, cheeses, olives, pastries, sweets, flowers, clothes, basic household items, toys and basic perfumes. If you are here just to experience the market, it is recommended to drink freshly squeezed pomegranate juice or lemonade at one of the stalls and eat a pastry (for example: the one with “bread”) at one of the stalls. Before buying something, you should check its price at several stalls (instead of buying at the first one), and as in any market, you can bargain for a bargain. If you are looking for cheap and simple clothes, go a little north to the market in Bezalel between King George Street and Chernihovski Street.
Antique and second hand market – Givon Square
Every Tuesday (from 10:00 a.m.) and Friday (08:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) there is a market for second-hand accessories, art, bills and coins, old toys, posters and postcards, cameras and old jewelry, rare books and other attractions in Givon Square.
Address: Given Square (next to the Cinematheque). The entrance to the market is from the transition between Harvea Street 10 and Harvea Street 12. Free entrance
In Levinsky Market you will find a wide variety of bakeries, delicatessens, restaurants and shops offering spices, nuts, dried fruits and special items. There are culinary tours of the market, telling stories, legends and secrets of the historic and new markets. The uniqueness of the market makes it a popular attraction among locals and tourists alike.
Address: Levinsky Street, between the corner of Aliya Street and the corner of Herzl Street, flowing to the neighboring streets.
“The Port Market” – Tel Aviv Port
The market is housed in an ecological structure and includes a variety of quality shops that use local and international raw materials, making it a real gastronomic playground. The people behind the shops and stalls of the “Port Market” lead the culinary culture of Israel, offering fine meats, fresh fish and seafood, fine cheeses, aromatic olive oils, olives and spreads, fresh pastas, handmade dishes every day sausages, spices, beans, beers And wines from all over the world, bread and pastries baked on site, quality raw materials and of course special varieties of vegetables and fruits.
Located in Jaffa, this market offers many household products including: second hand clothing and shoes, as well as antiques, additional home accessories and vintage furniture. Inside the market you will also find cafes and restaurants that specialize in pure hummus and beans, among countless other goods. Also, located in market T, fairs and shows 09.00-20.00
Address: Hangar 12, Tel Aviv Port
Opening hours: Sunday 09.00-14.00, Monday-Thursday 09.00-20.00, Friday 07.00-17.00, Saturday