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The Carmel Market is undoubtedly Tel Avis’s largest and most famous. It is extremely easy to navigate, given that most of the market runs down one long street. For many locals, this is their ‘go to’ place for their daily produce and indeed, I found...More
It's a nice to see market, but in my opinion could be better. I couldn't feel myself real safe, although nothing happened. We walked through Carmel Market twice and honestly the most important think I saw was fruits and souvenirs. Good to see, but nothing...More
If you feel lonely that is the right place for you 😊
Thousands of people, you can hardly move. However, I enjoyed my visit there last Tuesday after a rainy and hot afternoon. The place was deserted when we got there; we could buy delicious...More
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Since Yom Haatzmaut is a national holiday, I believe that the market will be closed. Possibly, some of the restaurants and cafes will be open at night. It is worth while to check with any specific restaurant if they are open... More
Since Yom Haatzmaut is a national holiday, I believe that the market will be closed. Possibly, some of the restaurants and cafes will be open at night. It is worth while to check with any specific restaurant if they are open before making any plans.