May 25

Best Markets in Tel Aviv

There’s no better place to witness the magic of Tel Aviv than through one of the many markets that the city has to offer. The markets bring out the energy of the city and provide everything from antiques and gourmet food to traditional keepsakes and more. Experience Tel Aviv in authentic fashion at these marvelous markets.

  • Shuk HaCarmel

    Shuk HaCarmel or Carmel Market is one of the busiest markets in Tel Aviv, and has a really authentic and exciting vibe. When you first enter the market, it seems like a never ending row of fruits, olives, sweets, and trinkets, yet all the chaos and bargaining is half the fun. But, the market also has a lot of quality eateries like Bar Ochel. There, you’ll enjoy traditional Israeli meat dishes with a twist, and there’s nothing quite like eating an incredible meal surrounded by the seemingly endless energy of the shuk.

    HaCarmel St, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
  • Shuk Hapishpeshim

    Known to locals as Shuk Hapishpeshim, the Jaffa Flea Market will fulfil all your antique and nostalgia dreams. With each stall displaying their own unique items, anything you find at the flea market will truly be a one-of-a-kind item. And if antiquing wears you out, you can always go over to Yoko Kitahara for a spa treatment, followed by a delicious seaside meal at Manta Ray.

    Olei Zion St, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
  • Shuk Levinsky

    Levinsky Market might be small, but these stalls pack a punch. This market is a haven for spices, teas, dried fruits, and all the flavors that come to mind when you think of Israel. Enjoy all the aromas that waft through the market, and as you walk, you won’t be able to miss the pick up truck turned seating area parked outside of Levinsky 41. You can get the most interesting old-school sodas and other  unique drinks there. If you need something more substantial, Pizza Lila is perfect and can accommodate a multitude of dietary preferences.

    Levinsky, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
  • Sarona Market

    Sarona Market is located in the beautiful Sarona neighborhood. The area is comprised of historic buildings full of character, including the restaurant Claro, which is housed in a 19th century templar building. The market itself is known for artisanal food and drinks that are created with a unique Israeli touch. There’s no shortage of high-end options for dining and shopping, making it the perfect destination for tourists and locals alike.

    Aluf Kalman Magen Street 3, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Tel Aviv Port Market

    Go right from the boardwalk into an energetic marketplace at the Tel Aviv Port Market. Enjoy some local artisanal goods like cheeses, olive oils, vinegars, or stay for a while to eat at one of the fabulous restaurants that are located inside the market. Shopping and indulging in tasty treats all come together at the Tel Aviv Port Market.

    Tel Aviv Port Market, Nemal Tel Aviv Street, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel