Tel Aviv’s shopping scene is growing by the minute! Each day new stores open their doors with amazing designs and unique products. There is a shopping experience for every kind of taste, from high-end shopping malls to local streets with unique boutiques. Scroll down to check out the best spots to do some shopping in Tel Aviv.


Best Shopping Malls in Tel Aviv

Azrieli Mall

Derech Menachem Begin 132 | Central Tel Aviv

There are three floors of shops, eight cinema screens and around thirty restaurants. The shopping area is vast and part of a larger complex, do not expect your visit to be short. If you get tired of shopping, visit the indoor viewing platform on 49th floor of the building that has one of the most beautiful views of the entire city. Read more


TLV Fashion Mall

HaHashmonaim Street 96 | Central Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv’s newest mall, it is home of some of the biggest international chain stores, different from other malls in Tel Aviv, Fashion Mall has luxury shops that you don’t find anywhere else in the city. They regularly host cool events like concerts, food markets and parties. Read more


Dizengoff Center

Dizengoff Street 50 | Central Tel Aviv

Dizengoff Center is an icon of Tel Aviv, it is messy and confusing but you can find anything you might need, you’ll just need to find it. Hundreds of shops, two cinemas, a rooftop swimming pool, a child playground and two gyms spread over five floors in two interconnected buildings. On Thursdays and Fridays there is a homemade world food market in the B building and a pop up designer market in the transition hallway. Read more


Gan Hair

Ibn Gvirol Street 71 | Central Tel Aviv

Half open shopping center that has too shops and restaurants, spread across a couple of floors featuring a central fountain. The shops are an equal mix of boutiques and chains of all kinds, with many options for baby clothing and accessories. This is a great place for a leisurely city shop and every day essentials. Read more


Ramat Aviv Mall

Einstein Street 40 | North Tel Aviv

The official name is Kenyon Ofer but it is well known as Ramat Aviv Mall. There are chain stores and boutiques, the premium international shops consist of names such as: Louis Vuitton, Carolina Hererra, H.Stern, Steve Madden, American Eagle. Some of the Israeli brands in the mall are: Dana Ashkenazi, Castro, Fox and Factory54. It is good for general shopping because the mall is not overwhelmingly large and refreshments are scattered throughout. If  you remember your fridge is empty, a supermarket is adjacent and there is access from within the mall. Read more


Sarona

Eliezer Kaplan Street | Central Tel Aviv

This is a shopping village, perfect for an outdoor shopping experience in the centre of the city. Quality shops, restaurants (some kosher), galleries and an array of options in the food market. A couple of the big chains and small individual designer based boutiques for jewellery and clothes. Go when there are no time constraints or in the evening for dinner and drinks to fully enjoy Sarona’s delights. The surroundings are picturesque and tranquil because of the architecture and greenery. Read more


Best Streets for Shopping in Tel Aviv 

Sheinkin Street

Opposite to Shuk HaCarmel | Central Tel Aviv

A small but packed street of cafes, restaurants and boutiques. Great for finding affordable trends and more premium International brands: Adidas, Diesel, Billabong and Melissa. However the Israeli designer based boutiques are the best on Shenkin, some of the boutiques will stock big brands but the best finds are in the shops that sell their own brand items or very small Israeli brands. The street is particularly good for individual jewellery designers or long lunches in the sun. Read more


Dizengoff Street

Parallel to Ben Yehuda and Hayarkon Streets | Central Tel Aviv

The street spans from Namal (the port) down to King George Street, filled with restaurants and boutiques of all kinds and different price points. At the Namal end the boutiques are mostly brands and evening wear, around Gordon and Frishman, there are some great restaurants and small boutiques with trendy fashion. From Kikar Dizengoff to the Dizengoff Centre there are trend shops that are more affordable. Read more


Neve Tzedek

Between Rothschild and David Intercontinental Hotel | South Tel Aviv

One of the most beautiful neighborhoods of Tel Aviv, has great boutiques, restaurants, bars architecture and street art. The main street Shabazi is the hub and most of the shops are located there, you’ll find clothes, jewellery, art and home furnishings (some might be more expensive than you expect). The streets are small and architecture is beautiful, Neve Tzedek is best for boutique buys, soaking up the scenery, having a coffee and people watching. Read more


Kikar Hamedina

Jabotinsky Street | North Tel Aviv

A palazzo style shopping area where the high-end boutiques surround the Kikar. All the luxury international and Israeli boutiques, biggest and best brands are found here, there are cafes and restaurants. Helga Design, Engima, Amor and Maya Negri should be your first stops if you are on a spree. Forget your watch. Bring your wallet. Read more


Nahalat Binyamin Craft Market

Nahalat Binyamin Street | Central Tel Aviv

A pop up market that happens twice a week in Nahalat Binyamin St. Everything is artisan, made by individuals and handcrafted. There is always an array of unique items like home furnishings, art, ceramics, jewelry, gifts, photography… you name it. You buy the art directly from the artists, and sometimes you can event get personalized items! The fair is open on Tuesdays and Fridays: summer: from 10am to 6pm, winter: 10am to 4.30pm. Read more


Tel Aviv Port (Namal Tel Aviv)

By the sea, north of the Tayelet | North Tel Aviv

The Namal (hebrew for Port) is one of the most popular places amongst tourists, and for a good reason! The beautiful port is filled with activities for the whole family, popular restaurants, a gourmet food market and all kinds of shops, this is a great place to find sportswear and sports gear in general, cheap outlets of big brands, as well as home decor and high-end shops with international brands. Most of the restaurants and shops are open on Saturdays. Read more


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