The Carmel Market - or Shuk Ha'Carmel - will entrance all
visitors to Tel Aviv with its bustling atmosphere and fine
selection of goods and produce. Located in the 'trendy side' of
town (just off Allenby Street), the Carmel Market is basically one
long alley, jam-packed with shoppers and vendors loudly advertising
their wares. Although you can buy almost anything at the Carmel
Market - from clothing and footwear to flowers, trinkets and cell
phone accessories - and usually at better prices than you'll find
elsewhere in the city, the real attraction is its mouth-watering
array of fresh produce. Shop for the freshest fruit and vegetables,
cheeses and baked goods, while soaking up the typically Middle
Eastern market atmosphere. The Carmel Market operates every day of
the week except Saturday.
Address: Near the Hatachana Complex and Allenby Street Transportation: Public bus routes: #1, 2, 4
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