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Dizengoff Center, Tel Aviv

Categories: Flea Markets, Food & Drink, Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
3.4/5 based on 140 reviews on the web
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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  • Department store in Dizengoff, in my opinion, not worth attention. Interesting shops is not here, and the ones that have low quality. Besides the Mall really bad catches City free wifi. The only thing-on the ground floor of many stalls with various tasty things that can be eaten on the go (there's no tables).
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  • Once the Dizengoff Center, together with the Dizengoff Tower, was one of Tel Aviv's landmarks and a modern shopping complex. Well, time is flying, and now the Dizengoff Center needs some kind of moder...  read more »
  • Very confusing and giant mall with a different arquitecture. It's worth the visit and you can find everything you want over there. 
  • Best mall I know! Sure it's built like an Escher painting... but it so fun and friendly! And dogs are allowed. There is a food fair every Thursday+Friday with all sorts of tasty stuff. Make sure to eat at Alex Potatoes (also a permanent shop) for the best baked potato you will ever have.
  • It is so difficult to understand this place, and it's so easy to get lost inside, but this is what makes it so special! Roam around in the corridors and find yourself cool things to buy. On Fridays you can find a food market from all over the world! A thing to check out.
  • Good if you need to buy something quickly or like a mall vibe, but it isn't particularly nice to walk around in, lacking culture or an intuitive floor plan. Its one redeeming quality is the Flashback Vintage Store, which can be entered from outside the centre. The clothing is retro and unique, and you can find good deals upstairs.
  • The biggest shopping mall around tel Aviv. Offer many shops and café's there is no way you won't find what you need. Keep in mind there are 2 buildings so make sure you check them both.
  • A good shopping mall with good AC (critical in Tel-Aviv summer). Tha layout is confusing. Can get crowded on the weekend.
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