This large outdoor fair takes over the streets of the Nahalat Binyamin Pedestrian Mall (btw. Allenby St. and the Carmel Market), Tuesdays and Fridays, often with street performers and Druze ladies making freshly baked, delicious Druze bread in various corners. The crafts are uneven, but prices are fair, and there’s always intriguing Judaica and jewelry that make good gifts and keepsakes. Nahalat Binyamin is lined with eateries (some of the best in the city) in all price ranges, as well as fab 1920s Tel Aviv architecture—all of which make it more than just another street fair. It is open Tuesday 10am to 5pm and Friday 10am to 3pm.
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Nahalat Binyamin Arts and Crafts Market
Magen David Sq
Our Rating Transportation Bus: 4 Other (Allenby St., across from start of King George St., at the edge of the Carmel Market)
MapMagen David Sq Tel Aviv
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