Markets & Shopping Centres
Ha-Carmel Street, whose entire length is the largest open market in Tel Aviv, long ago became too small to hold all the merchandise and the buyers, who come there every day, but crowds and markets are no strangers to one another, and their partnership is practically a necessity, especially in a truly Middle Eastern country.
The colorful, bustling market is situated between Allenby Street and Magen David Square in the north, and the Carmelit bus terminal and HaKovshim Park in the south, and is the largest major open market in the Dan Region.
The multitude of stalls offer a wide variety of goods, from inexpensive baby clothes to luxury-priced truffles.
Among the fruit and vegetable stands you can sometimes meet big-name Israeli restaurant chefs, who come to choose their own ingredients.