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Dizengoff Center, Tel Aviv

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Tel Aviv's first mall, Dizengoff Center offers a labyrinth of shops and entertainment, connected by sweeping skywalks and underground walkways. Opened in 1977, the complex divides into two parts stretching across a major thoroughfare. Shop your way across a selection of 420 retailers, including international fashion brands and specialty shops selling everything from comic books to stamp collecting supplies. Rest your feet at the Internet cafe or movie theater before grabbing a bite at one of many restaurants and cafes. If you need an alternative to shopping, check out the gym or swimming pool on site. To visit Dizengoff Center on your holiday in Tel Aviv, and find out what else Tel Aviv has to offer, use our Tel Aviv trip itinerary maker.
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TripAdvisor
  • Although most major stores are located here, I have no clue why anyone would ever build a place like this. The idea of this maze must have been fun, the result is confusing and many places quiet.  more »
  • There's so much else to see and do in this magnificent country that a shopping centre wasn't high on my list! However, we did go on a Friday and although the website said it was open till 5pm everythi...  more »
  • The place is huge, two buildings with all sorts of standard and luxury shops. What was terrible was the awful smell coming from everywhere because there is no separate food corner but food reps and re...  more »
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  • This is probably the oldest shopping mall in Israel, and still the best one. Its unique internal structure, is reminiscent of the Guggenheim in New York, with a spiral opening to a central space. It's not what you'd expect from a mall and makes it quite special. The stores are also more varied than the generic shopping centers one finds everywhere in the world today. Friday morning is the best time to visit, since the place is packed with food, crafts and fashion stalls in addition to the usual stores, but it can get very crowded.
  • While it IS a big mall with a big variety of shops, piercing saloons, places to eat and even massage stops; it is very easy to get lost in the maze like building. Dizengoff was built like no other mall I've seen before, and that might be problematic for those who either have a time limit or dislike spending a lot of time in malls as a way of passing the time. Over all the mall offers various services and is easy to access to due to the nearby bus stops.
  • The best combination between a mall and a Mediterranean bazaar. A very nice home cooking market, great shopping point and a very interesting eco-community influence. Definitely very different from any other mall in Israel.
  • The weirdest shopping mall you've ever seen. Wonderfully designed in an spiraling slope with secret passages and bridges. You can easily get lost there-but you can always discover new places that suddenly popped up since your last visit. The place is alive. Oh, an on Thursdays and Fridays there's an amazing food market.
  • The best mall in Tel-Aviv. If what you want isn't there, then you'll find it in the surrounding vicinity. Parking is availabe, but on Fridays, roughly between 10:00AM and 14:00PM, you're better off coming by bus, since the parking lot tends to be full.