Sarona Market, Tel Aviv
Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Roam the vibrant stalls of Sarona Market, the largest indoor market in Israel. You can sample a variety of local and international delicacies at the spacious, covered marketplace, part of the Sarona shopping and dining complex. Fresh fruit, seafood, aromatic spices, and drinks line the market stalls, while numerous snack shops and small eateries offer their dishes and desserts. Check out the gourmet French confectionery, or browse an array of cheese and wines. Our Tel Aviv trip itinerary maker makes visiting Sarona Market and other Tel Aviv attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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A beautiful place. Great stores. Great food. Very well taking care. Security at the door. Beautiful bathroom. Around the market great restaurant with a lot of areas to kids to play. I strongly recomme... read more »
Very trendy and fun place The smell of all food, spices is attractive and worth your visit The building itself is beautiful
Everything and anything you'll want to eat. Most restaurants and stands are good, but some are a little pricy. Consider ordering take out and sit right outside the complex since the reconstruction of sarona is beautiful.
Incredible market with lots of great restaurants with great and special foods! It isn't too big and doesn't have too much stores, but its main things are the special restaurants! Near a great park where you can walk and have a nice time, which also has restaurants. Recommended!
Beautiful market, the colors and variety of food and tastes is amazing. You can spend long time to try delicious dishes (we tried some Hommus and a great place called "CAPTAIN CURRY" served Indian food). Before or after you should visit the Sarona area touring the old houses and discover the story of the place (which located in the center of Tel-Aviv).
A really nice place. Lots of restaurants and shops with a huge variety. A bit overcrowded and a tiny bit expensive. No free parking lots nearby but overall it's worth it.
such a small and not comfortable place!! feels like the crowded markets of china. If that's so - why is that so expensive there? ehh. no sense tel aviv - NO SENSE. Giving the opposite of the israeli expreience. a wannabe europe place, but failed one.
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