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Carmel Market (Shuk Ha'Carmel)

Allenby, King George and Sheinkin streets, Tel Aviv, Israel
+972 54-355-2611
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Tel Aviv’s biggest and busiest marketplace is filled with colorful stalls and shouting vendors selling a variety of goods, from dried fruits and exotic spices to clothing and footwear.
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Allenby, King George and Sheinkin streets, Tel Aviv, Israel
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+972 54-355-2611
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"fruits and vegetables"
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"baklava"
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"household items"
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"food stalls"
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"stalls selling"
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"allenby street"
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"dead sea products"
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"nahalat binyamin"
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"shopping experience"
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"hummus"
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"friday afternoon"
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"on tuesdays"
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"shawarma"
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"visiting tel aviv"
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Reviewed 6 days ago

The Carmel Market is an interesting place to wander out of the sun for an hour. I even bought some Dead Sea products at less than half the price they were at the place itself. There is a good selection of fresh food as well....More

Thank MartinDee
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

The ride was a Friday morning, there were many people because they buy food for the weekend and also on Fridays not all work. The "shuk" as they call it in Israel is a typical oriental market where shops are located on the sides of...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

WOW ( with lots of exclamation points) Any seasoned traveler knows that one of the best ways to understand a new city is to visit the markets. Piles of cherries, Turkish delight, halva, great little restaurant stalls.... The energy, grit, color, smells, and personality of...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Enjoyed the walk through but didn't eat nor buy anything here. It was very busy with locals and tourists alike. I was told that outside some of the restaurants are the best in TAV. Glad I went but unless I had access to a kitchen...More

Thank Zach84Jake62
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I love markets and this one has it all. Wonderful, local foods, lush fruit, fabrics, clothes, gifts, the list goes on and on. Vibrant, colourful and irresistible.

Thank Howi58
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The Carmel Market is a local market selling produce for locals and all types of tourist souvenirs for tourists. You can buy coffee, spices, trinkets and so much more. Budget an hour or so to wander through it and go hungry. There are plenty of...More

Thank Austin G
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The market is tucked away approximately a 10-13 minute walk from Tel Aviv’s beach. It is a very safe walk from the beach. I highly recommend walking to it because you will see the Tel Aviv neighborhoods, stray cats, and outdoor cafes. You will get...More

Thank MarkJv25
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Carmel market is close to the sea side. Totally worth seeing! We usually had breakfast and lunch over there while spending time on the beach. Plenty of fresh fruits and juices, shakes etc. It’s inexpensive and nice !

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

all the fruit, vegetables and sweets are presented in a way, that you want to eat it all, there are some bars and restaurants with inexpensive local food too

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It was not Friday , however, it was good enaught to get filling of bargain, fun and satisfaction.We really enjoyed our shopping there.

Thank PeppyToma
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primeadna
31 March 2018|
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Response from ioanata | Reviewed this property |
Hi, 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
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Isac L
22 September 2017|
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Response from badbaruch57 | Reviewed this property |
usual hours are about 8 am till 6 pm . Friday s earlier -sunset -closed on Saturday -Shabbath
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30 August 2017|
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Response from TC Osman Zeki Y | Reviewed this property |
it will be open up to 18:00 . yom kippur is 29th september
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