The Carmel Market, or Shuk HaCarmel, is the most famous of all Tel Aviv’s marketplaces. In recent years, it’s even joined the ranks of Tel Aviv’s trendy spots for bars, restaurants, coffee shops and chef-owned food stalls. It’s no wonder Shuk HaCarmel is Tel Aviv’s largest and most-centrally located shuk: From hand-made Jachnun, a traditional Yemenite dish, to boutique cheeses, and from one-off cotton clothes to designer threads, HaCarmel has it all. Plan your visit around your tastebuds and food preferences - salted fish, cured meats, Middle Eastern fare, fresh baked French pastries, and local-roasted coffee or fresh-pressed fruit or vegetable juice blends to wash it all down.
HaKovshim 48, Tel Aviv-Yafo
Bistro Hakovshim the Carmel Market is located on the outskirts of the picturesque street corner.
Chef Shai Tanna, offers an original Israeli menu based on fresh classic dishes and homemade cuisine original and unique twist.
The dishes are rich greenery and fruit, and rely on fresh daily produce market next door.
A great example of how you can turn an old railroad station into a commercial tourist destination.
Hatachana is a lovely area - it is the old railway station that has now been completely done up. It's a nice area to stroll around in, near the beach. There are lots of lovely cute gift shops and plenty of restaurants with Al fresco seating - great for a cup of tea in the sun on a lazy morning
Tel Aviv Tayelet, or Promenade, is a great location to watch the sea, the sunset, enjoy the afternoon breeze and watch Tel-Avivians (and tourist) wearing sweem suit only and and show tan ripped bodies. Put on your own sweam gear and a pair of flip flops and join the happy people on the beach.
The tayelet is also great for morning or afternoon run or jog. There are also
fixtures for warmup and muscle excise as well as facilities.
Neve Tzedek is an old neighborhood that has become one of the attractions of Tel-Aviv. Neve Tzedek includes a dance center , museums and many little shops, cafes and resturants which all sit in a dreamy place. A must if you are in Tel Aviv looking for a different experience. A feeling of a village inside a big city.
Nachlat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall
Local artists and businesses display their art, home decoration, jewellery and other goods for sale Tuesdays and Fridays. This is the place to buy your Israeli gifts for the folks back home. From art to jewelry to one of a kind handcrafted items this is a fun place to walk even if you don't buy. The quality of all is top notch. Only on Tuesday and Friday. Have fun while you mix with the locals.