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Traveling in Israel can be expensive, especially in the non-stop city that calls for non-stop spending at the best markets and malls in Tel Aviv. Whether you’re looking to save your shekels for the shuk (using our guide to free things to do in Tel Aviv) or you’re a culture buff and want to spend your hard-earned cash dollars on Tel Aviv’s incredible Israeli culture – hosting some of the best museums in Israel and concerts, staying at one of these affordable accommodations is key. With our budgeter’s guide to Tel Aviv hostels, you’ll even have the chance to take part in free events and Tel Aviv nightlife activities hosted by the hostels themselves.