Tel Aviv Shopping Guide  – Where to Buy What?
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Tel Aviv Shopping Guide – Where to Buy What?

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It’s not just the beaches – Tel Aviv offers great options for shopping of all kinds; food, clothes, accessories and more. Here are some of the main shopping malls & centers you could find it all. Enjoy!

Tel Aviv is a shopper’s paradise, and even non-fans will enjoy the city’s endless offerings. The Tel Aviv has plenty of malls that provide a great respite from the heat and humidity, as well as plenty of markets and shopping streets, each with its own unique atmosphere.
Here are some places you wouldn’t want to miss:

All kinds of olives in Tel Aviv Market

All kinds of olives in Tel Aviv Market

Tel Aviv Malls

TLV Fashion Mall – The newest of the bunch, TLV Fashion Mall, offers countless fashion brands, including high-end designer wear by Calvin Klein, Armani Exchange and Hugo Boss, alongside independent and local designers.

Azrieli Mall – One of the most popular shopping venues in Tel Aviv, due in part to its central location and vicinity to Hashalom train station. Azrieli Mall houses over 150 stores, ranging from leading fashion chains, toy shops, cosmetics, accessories, electronics and more. And if you’re already here, take the elevator up to the 46th floor of the round tower for a panoramic view of Tel Aviv and the Dan metropolitan area.

Dizengoff Center in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv Dizengoff Center

Dizengoff Center – Dizengoff Center Is One of Israel’s oldest shopping centers, containing chain stores and independent pop-up and concept shops usually not found in malls: galleries, stamp shops, craft stores, a fantasy-themed store, a tattoo studio and more.

Shopping Compounds

Sarona – After a meticulous renovation, these historic 19th century Templar homes were converted into high-end shops, galleries, cafes and restaurants, surrounded by lawns, ponds and playgrounds for children. The Sarona compound includes leading fashion stores as well as a L’occitane boutique, Idigital store, Gaya brain teaser shop and more. The compound is home to Israel’s largest covered market.

Sarona at night

Sarona Complex

The Old Train Station – The historic train station for the Jaffa-Jerusalem line was converted into a leisure and shopping compound, surrounded by historic buildings that maintain the original character of the place. Choose from fashion, design and concept stores such as the Ahava Dead Sea products shop or the Soho Center design boutique.

Shopping in Neve Tzedek - Old Station compound

Old Station compound

Shopping Streets

Neve Tzedek – The first Jewish neighborhood outside of Jaffa is also Tel Aviv’s most picturesque area, studded with old homes, cafes, galleries and unique shops. Don’t miss Numero 13 concept store, located in a beautiful old house, offering clothes by European designers as well as home decor; Sipur Pashut (“simple story”) bookshop with a selection of Hebrew and English titles; Fine Lab that sells clothes and home accessories; Art Morocco with a selection of decorative oriental items; and Omer, a store for anthroposophical toys.

Kikar Hamedina – Tel Aviv’s biggest rotary is surrounded by high-end boutiques selling clothes by world renowned and local designers.

Gan HaHashmal – This small area in the southern edges of Tel Aviv offers alternative-chic boutiques, with clothes, furniture and homeware created by independent designers.

Fresh food in Carmel market

Carmel market in Tel Aviv


Carmel Market – This bustling market is THE place to find fresh produce alongside clothes, bags and shoes at ridiculous prices next to fresh and colorful food products.

Jaffa Flea Market – Here you can find anything – vintage clothes, antique furniture, nostalgic houseware, porcelain dishes, lamps, musical instruments… you name it, this market has it all. As a bonus, the surrounding area is dotted with charming cafes and restaurants.

Tel-aviv Carmel market

Sweets & goodies in Carmel market

Nahalat Binyamin Fair – This colorful street fair takes place every Tuesday and Friday at the Nahalat Binyamin pedestrian street, right by the Carmel market. Artisans offer their handmade wares, including illustrations, paintings, ceramics, jewelry, Judaica, toys, woodwork, stained glass and much more.

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