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The carmel market is definitely a staple tourist destination in Tel Aviv. So much food and little nik naks to buy! My only complain would be how busy it is. This sometimes makes it hard to get around but this is also part of the...More
You name it, somebody is probably selling it, in or near this market. I took a cousin there one day who was looking to buy a bathing suit. Right away, there was a pile.
The market, which runs the length of the street, is roughly...More
Carmel market is definitely worth a visit. It is really amazing to see all the different stalls with their goods arranged--you walk by the spice stalls, and the smell is incredible. I didn't find the prices to be great (and bargaining isn't a strong point...More
Yes, it is busy and bustling with local and tourist energy. Anything you might desire is available to you. Make sure you check out the shops behind the ones siding on the aisle. If you get annoyed by people bumping into you, walking slowly or...More
It's loud, vibrant, colorful, and often stuffed to the brim with shoppers.
It offers 150% of the things you might expect at a food market, especially a Mediterranean one.
There are all sorts of restaurants and food stalls sprinkled in-between the stands.
But it's not...More
This place is one of the tel Aviv landmarks. You can get anything there but most of all you'll experience a very unique and colorful middle eastern market combined with all the young tel Aviv vibe. Beat place to get your souvenirs but you need...More
The real saffron is more expensive than gold. If that is not the case with the saffron you find in the market it might be a substitute which by the way looks very similar to the original one. Honest sellers will tell... More
The real saffron is more expensive than gold. If that is not the case with the saffron you find in the market it might be a substitute which by the way looks very similar to the original one. Honest sellers will tell you that. You can choose to buy the substitute but it is not the real product. The substitute (which they also call saffron) is much cheaper and it is available in most shops / markets.