Tel Aviv

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Like any big seaside city, Tel Aviv has its fair share of shops selling inexpensive swimwear and sandals, as well as malls like the big Dizengoff Center that could really be anywhere. But certain side streets and revitalized neighborhoods like Neve Tzedek are home to independently-owned shops brimming with unique clothing, crafts, and jewelry.

Shopping in Tel Aviv

Bauhaus Center Tel Aviv

Though small, the Bauhaus Center is packed with books, posters, maps, videos, and a wide-range of Bauhaus-styled home accessories.

99 Dizengoff St., 011-972-3-522-0249,
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David Sassoon

Getting the buff build of the typical Israeli male involves immense amounts of gym time. Fortunately it’s much easier to dress like one – thanks to David Sassoon’s varied line of menswear. Whether playfully casual or formal, everything he creates seems to be designed to bring out the best of the male silhouette, regardless of how chiseled the form underneath is. All the clothes are made exclusively in Israel.

170 and 310 Dizengoff St., Also at 37 Mohaliver St., 011-972-3-529-8536
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Dizengoff Street

Named after Tel Aviv’s first mayor and one of the city’s longest thoroughfares, Dizengoff Street’s shops begin in the north with bridal boutiques, flow southward with groovy independent boutiques along Nordau Street, and end at the mammoth Dizengoff Center at King George Street, which sells mass-market Israeli brands.

Btw. Ben Yehuda St. and Ibn Gevirol St.,
Tags: shopping | moderate | trendy | designer | clothing


This scruffy neighborhood south of the more revitalized district of Neve Tzedek is the place to shop for furniture – from bedroom sets to chairs, you’ll find pieces here that you won’t easily find elsewhere. Most of the good shops are located to the south along Herzl Street.

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Israel Diamond Exchange

Israel is one of the world’s top exporters of diamonds. Learn about this billion-dollar industry at the Israel Diamond Exchange in Ramat Gan, adjacent to Tel Aviv. Along with free information on diamond cutting and mining, you’ll find a large duty-free shop.

1 Jabotinsky St., 011-972-3- 345-2913,
Tags: luxury | shopping | great value | jewelry | souvenirs | duty-free

Levinsky Market

This south Tel Aviv market is home to the city’s authentic spice mongers, who sell fresh and dried spices, fruits, grains, and sweets in true Mediterranean style.

Levinsky St., starting at Haaliya St.,
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Neve Tzedek

For an alternative to Tel Aviv’s mainstream commercial bustle, take a walk around Tel Aviv’s version of Soho. Designer boutiques and sidewalk cafés line Shabazi Street, but check out Lilienblum Street and the smaller side streets, too. On Herbert Samuel St., HaTachana is an 1892 train station that’s been converted into a small designer shopping center. One of the shops is Made in TLV, which sells hip city souvenirs.

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Israeli wines have been celebrated for their sophistication and flavor; now olive oil is the new must-have souvenir. Pick up premium oils from across the country at Olia, a handsome olive oil emporium owned by a brother and sister team in the city center.

73 Frishman St., 011-972-3-522-3235,
Tags: budget | shopping | souvenirs | culinary

Samy D

This must-visit boutique – located amid a clutch of high-end stores in Tel Aviv’s first Jewish quarter – sells elegant, hand-made pottery.

56 Shabazi St., 011-972-3-516-4968,
Tags: shopping | moderate | trendy | souvenirs | crafts | home

Sheinkin Street

Home to hipsters and their followers, Sheinkin is where Tel Aviv’s original avant-garde scene emerged in the early ’90s. Today, trendy clothing, jewelry, and gift shops compete for space with indulgent bakeries, ice cream parlors, and all-hours cafés.

Sheinkin St. from Allenby St. to Rothschild Blvd.,
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The New Port

Recently given a multimillion-dollar facelift, Tel Aviv’s Old Port has replaced its nautical past with a clutch of local and global brands whose stores inhabit original, 1930s shipping warehouses. The buzzing area is also home to lots of great restaurants and bars with terraces facing the sea, play areas for kids, and a weekly antiquity, collectors’ and art fair held every Saturday.

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