Nachlat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall, Tel Aviv

(4.3/5 based on 650 reviews on the web)
A burst of color and life, Nachlat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall hosts street performances, musicians, artisans, and more. Shop for jewelry, art, trinkets, and souvenirs, all sold by the artists themselves--giving you the chance to meet some of the city's bohemians. Sit outside one of many trendy coffee shops, enjoying the mimes, acrobats, and musicians filling the streets with unique sights and sounds. Check the website for winter and summer opening hours. Take a look at our Tel Aviv tourist route planner to schedule your visit to Nachlat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • If you plan on going on Friday, be prepared for terrible crowds. Other than that, it's nice if you want to peruse and buy local art. 
  • When you are in Tel Aviv and don't have plans, this is an excellent outing. The Nachalat Binyamin art market is also known as the Bezalel Market (Bezalel was the artisan who created the cabinet that h...  more »
  • Dozens of fabric stores with a nice artsy market on Tuesdays and Fridays. Some nice cafés, close to Carmel Market. 
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  • A beautiful street with a nice artist's market. In this one of the first main streets of the city of Tel Aviv you can fine many beautiful old houses with nice architecture A short visit or a nice walk is highly recommended
  • Friday artists market is a lot of fun. Also during week days this is a lovely place to walk around, it's right by the Karmel market that's open on weekdays. worth a visit.
  • Really like the festive feeling in this place! better visit it on other days than Friday - it's less crowded, and you get to see very nice and colorful people. In the vicinity, you'll have Carmel Market which has great food stands.
  • Really nice to wander down here on a Tuesday or Friday when there is a local crafts market - all the vendors are the artists themselves and there is some really fun and creative stuff. Frequented by locals and not just tourists.
  • One of my favorite streets in tel Aviv. Hosts markets on Tuesdays and Fridays.