Shopping Centers, Tel Aviv-Yafo
The Dizengoff Mall is a large shopping mall in the center of Tel Aviv. It is built on what used to be the Nordia city quarter. Construction started in 1972 en was completed five years later.
The mall is constructed at both sides of Dizengoff street abd a skyway connects the two parts. There are 400 stores and two cinema's in the complex.
JOMIE is a luxury brand for:
Targeted at men 26-50
Designed for men in the 21st Century
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What to buy: Men’s wear & Men’s accessories
Dizengof Center is not just a big mall in Tel Aviv, Its a symbol. There is no local in Tel Aviv that hasn't been there at least once.
The shopping cneter, built in the 70ies in one of the cities old and poor neighborhoods quickly became a success and now Dizengof is considered to be the heart of Tel Aviv. The mall itself is also one of the biggest in Israel with about 300 bussineses that enjouy thousends of visitors every day.
Dizengof had also some sad times in its history:
- In 4th of March 1996 13 people were killed in a terrorist attack.
- In 2001 a fire break out because of a short circuit. The Northern wing was rstored after this fire.
What to buy: Clothes, CD's, everyting you can think off...
You cna even make a tatoo in the second floor... :)
Dizingof Center is one of the most famous malls here in Israel , located in Dizingof street and you can find here a lot of stores and restaurants.
As far as i remember there is a food market every friday and you can taste and buy food from local restaurants.
The Vino-Cigar shop in the Azrielli Tower shopping center carries a fine selection of Israeli wines that you can take home. We have also been to two wine tasting days. The last offered a selection of close to 50 Israeli wines.
What to pay: Anywhere from US$5 - 40.
This mall considered as a very good and elegant place because its situated at Ramat aviv, one of the most prestigious areas in Tel aviv. Located in a very desirable place and even has a small lakes near it, and the high tower of Africa-Israel. The mall as around 120 great shops.
What to buy: This is a very tsyish place so there are many fashion shops such: Tommy Hilfiger, Celio, Celvin Klein, Zara and more. there are also sport, jewlery, pharmacy, books and other shops.
There are many restaurants on the higher floor, the parking is huge and very special and organized, you pay for your ticket when you are still at the exit from the mall to the parking (you will see the special machines) and not at the way ou of the parking.
What to pay: Its a pretty expensive place, at least some of the international fashion stores.
This is an apartment building with three floors for commercial use, including shops of Israeli designers, jewelry, ceramics, furniture, Judaica and fashion. There is also a record shop and bookshop. There are 6 cafes-restaurants and 5 cinemas. The place is fully air-conditioned. Opera Tower hosts exhibitions and artistic activities.
I was here recently with a group of volunteers from USA. We sat on the balcony facing the sea and watched the sun rise. (See my picture on my Tel Aviv travelogue). On another visit there was somebody playing the piano on the entrance floor.
Two levels fully occupied shopping mall, where you can find Israeli and outside merchandises, restaurants, and eight movie halls. When you finish shoppings, you can climb up to the 49th floor to the observatory
( See my "Must See Activity ") and enjoy 360 degrees view of Tel Aviv.
This is a big shopping mall in the new towers by the highway (Ayalon highway). The food court has a decent sushi bar too for good fast food. Also, go to the top floor of the shoping mall and walk out to the entrance to the towers, but instead just stand and look up at the towers. It looks very cool trust me. I don't know whan bus takes you there, but take it and shop till you drop.