Carmel Market, let the crowds take you to the largest street market in Tel Aviv, Israel
This morning I woke up with the idea of visiting a place as authentic as possible and I was thinking about the markets I visited in Egypt or Israel, I was thinking what an amazing experience I had in these places.
I really wish I could visit such places now but unfortunately I'm at work and I don't have much time but if all goes well somewhere at the end of this year I will fly to a place I've wanted to go for a long time and there I will definitely visit an authentic street market.
But until then I want to remember and take you with me to visit Carmel Market in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Yes, I like Israel very much as a country it has a lot to show and that's why I bombard you with a lot of posts from this country, I hope you will enjoy looking at everything I show you.
The morning and the first part of the day I was influenced by the thought of visiting a local market and I couldn't resist the temptation to share with you the experience I had in Tel Aviv.
Yes, I think that such a market can be a tourist destination (this is my opinion) especially here in some cases you can negotiate the price of the products you want to buy.
From the beginning I have to confess that I am fascinated by the spice market, this was also a place I particularly wanted to go.
Our trips around Tel Aviv as I have written in other posts we did by public transport (it worked perfectly and fast) was the fastest and cheapest method
From the tram station to this square we had to walk for a while but it's really worth a walk through these narrow streets.
On the way to the market I saw a lot of drawn exterior walls.
The houses on this street are very interestingly decorated.
Carmel Market is part of Tel Aviv, it was founded somewhere in 1920 and since then it continues its tradition until today, when we were here it was extremely crowded, I think it is a little inappropriate to say market, Carmel Market actually occupies a whole street, on that street there are no cars or other vehicles but just a lot of people.
As crowded as it is the cars were missing from the scenery, and we had to retreat somewhere behind the vendors' stalls to enjoy a natural juice or buy some souvenirs.
Yes, here you can find almost anything you need, from fruits, natural juices to spices and clothes, the only condition is to be patient, you will need it.
But after all that is the charm of this place from what I noticed from other tourists, the locals are used to what goes on there.
After more than an hour spent there we hardly get out of the crowd and charged with positive energy we head back to our accommodation along the same charming streets.
Dear all, the exploration of the Carmel Market is over, see you in the next post.
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P.S. The attached pictures you have just seen are taken by me with my mobile phone and the combined picture I took with PhotoScape-free version, and the text is also designed by me.