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You have to be one with the market flow, but if you are i it, it’s really nice to get your fresh and local foods and vegetables. Shop where the locals shop; bread, vegetables, fruits, herbs, meat, fish, baklava and more.
Even greater for people...More
My favourite market visit in Tel Aviv. So many authentic local producers, a genuine opportunity to sample local foods amongst locals going about their everyday activities. You'll be spoilt for choice what to eat next.
Though this might be the best market in Tel Aviv, there are much better in the Old City of Jerusalem. I was looking for specific things, such as frankincense, which I could not find at the Carmel Market. Nevertheless, the Carmel Market does have a...More
One of the best markets in israel, you can find some of the best food that israel has to offer, not very cheap one but great experience,
## watch your bags like in any market in the world, i have seen a few times tourists...More
Shuk Ha Carmel is not to be missed! It is a lively market with everything from clothing and souvenirs to cheese shops, juice stalls, flowers, dry goods and vegetables etc. Living in Tel Aviv we do our shopping here for fruit and vegetables and dry...More
Walked around during the morning and again early evening as it was closing. Well worth the visit. Super fruit and vegetables on sale and beautifully displayed. Interesting to see same product on sale with varied pricing NIS 10 to 15 for a Mango.
The real saffron is more expensive than gold. If that is not the case with the saffron you find in the market it might be a substitute which by the way looks very similar to the original one. Honest sellers will tell... More
The real saffron is more expensive than gold. If that is not the case with the saffron you find in the market it might be a substitute which by the way looks very similar to the original one. Honest sellers will tell you that. You can choose to buy the substitute but it is not the real product. The substitute (which they also call saffron) is much cheaper and it is available in most shops / markets.