1. Sarona Market
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  2. Sarona Market
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Sarona Market

One of Israel's largest indoor culinary offerings, Sarona Market features premium imported goods alongside the best local fare.


Time Out says

Sarona Compound, a 140-year-old former Templar colony, is the first culinary center of its kind in Israel. An 8,700-square-meter market houses dozens of specialty food shops from all around the world. Inside the market, you can find everything imaginable from Dutch cheese to waffle towers and gyoza. Just outside the indoor market, dozens of clothing, book, and shoe stores line the area's manicured paths, interspersed with lily ponds and grassy areas to relax. This is a great spot for fun kid activities and a lazy Saturday outdoors.


3 Aluf Kalman Magen
Tel Aviv
Opening hours:
Sun-Wed: 10:00 22:00, Thurs: 10:00- 23:00, Fri: 09:00-15:00 Sat: 10:00-22:00. *Retail stores close at 20:00.
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