I don't know if it is the most popular street in Tel-Aviv but its for sure one of the most interesting streets.
It's has a varied range of fashion stores, cafes, weeding dress boutiques , colorful people, restaurants, etc.
Do not use the bus, just walk, take a cafe', stop to buy a designer clothes (there are many of them along the street)
To get there, use the 5 bus,
Strolling up and down Dizengoff Street is one of the many wonderful experiences one inevitably will make when exploring Tel Aviv on foot. Dizengoff Street is one of Tel Aviv's main and central shopping streets. It very roughly runs parallel to the beach but about 1,5 km inland. Coming from Europe where high streets often have exactly the same chain stores on them, I found window shopping on Dizengoff a most refreshing thing to do. For wheelchair users, the stroll does have some difficulties as there still are many intersections where the kerbs have not been lowered. As I said before, Dizengoff Square is the biggest obstacle, even though this is the only pedestrianized spot along Dizengoff Street.
As for parking your car, the underground car park of the Dizengoff Centre shopping mall merits a recommendation -- rates are much more reasonable than here in Europe, and parking your car there saves you the enormous hassle of finding a free bay outside.
Dizingof Street is one of the most famous streets in Tel Aviv , named after Tel Aviv's mayor Meir Dizingof.
This street is full with some of the most prestigious designers in israel , there is a big shopping center , restaurants and of course the famous square with the fountain.
on tuesdays and fridays there is an open bazaar of the artists in the center of the city in a place called 'nahalat binyamin'. you try to keep cash with you since not all the sellers receive credit cards. you certainly will find something for your taste!!
another center is 'dizzengof st.' where there is a mall and lots of store all the way. open bazaar on fridays. here is the picture of the dizzengoff center. this monument makes shows at nights with water and fire! perfect to see!
the st. next to this place is called 'shenkin'. this is a st. full of cafees, bars and lots of store of clothing and home design. you must visit and have fun there!
and another walk is: up and down dizengoff street,which is the 'champs-élysées' of tel-aviv;it is so usual that in hebrew there is a verb which means:to walk up and down dizengoff:lehizdangef