You can find good shops all over Tel Aviv, but here are some of the more interesting spots: You’ll find King George Street to be a very busy commercial area, and if you are into fashion, Shenkin street. Nahalat Benyamin Street is best known for its Tuesday and Friday market where you will find all sorts of interesting knick-knacks and collectibles, including beautiful handcrafted items. The huge, uniquely designed Dizengoff Center shopping mall is one of the many places you will find some of the most popular shops, by brand, as well as specialty shops – and all concentrated in one place. The renewed Sarona area (former German Templars village from the late 19th century) has become a popular culinary center and is a great place for both dining and shopping in an old Templar’s atmosphere.
The Carmel Market is just one of Tel Aviv’s wonderfully crazy markets, selling all sorts of items such
You’ll definitely want to explore the hip and young Florentin neighborhood. Just keep going down Ha’Aliya, past Levinsky and you’ll soon get there.
Old Jaffa is also within walking distance from us. This renovated and restored part of the city goes back to ancient times. It’s a true tourist heaven, with loads of historical artifacts (great for photo ops), and spotted with exotic restaurants, art galleries, and of course great vibes to walk around in the famous Flea Market.
The Tel Aviv coastline with its multiple beaches is also within walking distance from the Hostel. Just take a short stroll along Allenby Street, going west, and you’ll soon see the big blue in front of you… So, what are you waiting for? Go ahead – dive right in!