The Malls Experience

In recent years, Israelis have become addicted to malls; Tel Avivans are no exception. Some of the more popular are Dizengoff Center, the up-market Ramat Aviv shopping center north of the city, "Canion Ayalon" in Ramat Gan and "Canion Givataim." The Gan Ha'Ir Shopping Center by the Tel Aviv Municipality is also well favored. Adjacent to Tel Aviv's City Hall, its shops sell exclusive, expensive household goods, jewelry, watches, etc. and feature the latest designs from Israel and abroad. The Opera Tower is yet another part of the city's up-market shopping mall scene. This edifice, which also serves as a luxury apartment complex, contains a relatively small shopping mall but it is conveniently located opposite the beach, at Allenby Street. Here, shops stock exclusive furniture, artwork, Judaica, ceramics, jewelry clothing and accessories.

More than just a shopping mall, the Azrieli Center Mall exists as part of a skyscraper - by Tel Aviv standards - office complex. For those who prefer their shopping western-style in spacious air-conditioned malls, this is the place to go. In addition to a wide range of chain outlets, fast-food restaurants, movie theaters and department stores, it also features excellent views of the city and the Mediterranean Coast from atop one of the towers, on the 45th floor.

In Herzliya, just a very short ride from Tel Aviv, the Arena Mall is located on the Herzliya Marina. Along with a wide variety of shops and boutiques, it also features a range of good restaurants.

If shopping the old-fashioned way is your pleasure, Dizengoff Street, where the northern section has been transformed in recent years as a center for designer fashion, still has much to offer; so does Kikar Hamedina, in the northern part of the city, one of Tel Aviv's most exclusive shopping areas, with a cosmopolitan ambience. For those in search of a more expensive memento of Israel , the art and antique galleries situated in the alleyways of Old Jaffa, are a joy. This is also a wonderful strolling and window shopping area.
Other areas in Tel Aviv of potential interest to tourists and avid shoppers include Shenkin and Bogashrov streets - Tel Aviv's Soho districts - full of designer shops with current fashion for youth, as well as accessories, jewelry and other unusual items. On Ben Yehuda Street are shops offer top-quality merchandise, including leather goods, carpets from around the world, antiques and interesting souvenir, and there a number that specialize in Judaica. Another area where tefillin, mezzuzoth and bar mitzvah accessories are concentrated is near Tel Aviv's Great Synagogue, on Allenby Street.



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