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Things to do in Tel Aviv:  Tel Aviv markets and bazaars

Tel Aviv markets and bazaars

Tel Aviv markets – true feast of colors and tastes 

Tel Aviv attracts its residents and guests with markets and bazaars no one can pass. Some of the most interesting are The Flea Market (Shuk Hapishpeshim) and covered Farmer’s Market at Tel Aviv Port.
If you take an interest in more genuine bazaars, where one can take a closer look at various population groups, you should certainly visit Shuk Hakarmel and Levinsky markets.
You will find there something to buy without fail, but, more importantly, you will revel in singular atmosphere, unique aromas, and true feast of colors and tastes. A wide range of lovely local delicacies will await you on multitudinous market stalls.

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