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Dizengoff Center, Tel Aviv
(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...  more »
  • Very confusing and giant mall with a different arquitecture. It's worth the visit and you can find everything you want over there. 
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  • The Dizengoff Center Mall is easily the most important shopping center in Tel Aviv. It is found right in the heart of the city, and is relatively large, with over 400 stores that span ~2.5km, ranging from designer clothes to electronics (as well as various esoterica). Every Thursday and Friday, the mall offers an open market with food, boutique designer clothes, and alternative medicine. It's hard to explain precisely why or how, but this convoluted building has earned a real corner-stone status in Tel Aviv life. There's a certain mystique to its impossible interior design, and an almost party-like atmosphere on a Friday noon. If you need a central place to get your shopping done, or just looking to kill a couple of hours strolling around in an air-conditioned space, this would probably be my first recommendation.
  • It is a unique experience, compared to other shopping malls I've been at. I recommend to visit, at least once. A lot of interesting and out of the ordinary stores are hiding in its maze
  • I only gave it a 5 cause it doesn't look like any other mall (getting out of here is actually pretty hard lol) anyways there's a good variety of shops, tho most of them can be found in any other mall. Great food markets thru out the weeks. Good reliable tattoo shops of you're interested (not my thing). Parking spots in a parking lot.
  • The most diverse shopping center in Tel Aviv and strange in a way (was built in the late 70's). Not my cup of tea but has the most interesting stores from music instruments to most high rated tattoo shops in Tel aviv.
  • The mall has a large variety of stores, a nice food court, strong air conditioning, and good lighting. It's very difficult to navigate in, since it's split between two buildings that are connected underground and by bridges on the second floor, and each floor is sloped, so that by the time you get the end of the floor you've actually gone up or down 1 floor. In order to compensate for that there's the EasyDizi navigation app, but it's still annoying. The wifi is hard to connect to in some parts of the mall and generally overloaded, i.e. very slow