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The also host some great exhibitions and pop up shops, a complete experience!It has some of the best vibes in the city, awesome DJs, beautiful graffiti decorating the walls and Tubi slushies!Walk across the park to Olei Zion Street (8) and continue on to Jaffa Flea Market (9) (open 9am-6pm Sunday to Friday, closed Saturday; Friday is the main market day).From rugs to jewellery, pick up a bargain, then fuel up with a creamy malabi (similar to a rice pudding) from Ha Malabia (10) (00972 , il) at 65 Ami’ad St in the centre of the market.As soon as you enter, the outside world ceases to exist, but with 3 different areas, each with their own music and vibe – why would you want to leave?
Located on Salame st., detached from most of TLV’s wild night-life, The Block is easily accessible by either bus or taxi.
This bustling market (open 8am until late Sunday to Thursday, 8am-4pm Friday, closed Saturday) is a great spot to amble through.
Stay refreshed with a pale ale from the Beer Bazaar (14) (il) at 1 Rambam St (open 11am-12am Sunday to Thursday, 11am-4pm Friday, closed Saturday).
Tel Aviv’s nightlife scene is definitely one of the best in the world, there is a bar or club for every taste, from chilled outdoor bars to get a beer and some good food, to underground techno clubs with crazy hardcore parties.
There are new bars opening its doors for us every day, so the task of finding the best ones can be overwhelming, lucky for you we made a list of the Best Bars and Clubs in our beloved city, voted by over 1K members of our community, and wether they are better for early in the night, 10PM to 1 AM or late night parties. The cool underground bar on the corner of Yehuda Halevi and Allenby has a big outdoor area to chill, a closed room with amazing music to dance and a third room that usually has live music!