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Top 3 Attractions on Tel Aviv’s Dizengoff Street

Top 3 Attractions on Tel Aviv's Dizengoff Street
Tips on what to see and do on one of Tel Aviv’s most famous streets!

Whether you’re in town looking for your dream apartment or simply taking a day trip into the city, Tel Aviv’s Dizengoff street has a lot to offer its visitors. Dating back to the 1930’s, this street was established as a tribute to Meir Dizengoff, the city’s first mayor. Its wide range of cafes, upscale shops and convenient location within walking distance to the beach,  has turned it into a “go to” destination for anyone interested in renting or buying an apartment in the neighborhood. 

1. → Dizengoff Center Shopping Mall
Location: Dizengoff 50

In the city center of Tel Aviv, lies Israel’s first shopping center. Conveniently situated on the corner of King George and Dizengoff streets, Dizengoff Center includes over 420 stores with just about everything you can ever imagine. Designed by prominent Israeli architect, Yitzhak Yashar, this 3-story building has an interior resembling a maze–offering locals an experience of walking in an unintended spiral when trying to get from one end of the building to the next.

Along with clothing stores and perfume shops, the Center is trademarked for its movie theater, cafes with accessible wifi, and a number of weekly exhibitions showcasing the latest of Tel Aviv’s art scene. For the athletes in the crowd, there is a fitness facility with a rooftop swimming pool that is accessible to members 24 hours a day, and foot massage stands for a bit of on-the-go relaxation. Ladies, if you are ever on a lunch break and are looking for an afternoon pampering session, there are booths where you can get your nails done. 

“It’s not a shopping center…it’s something else”

2. → Dizengoff Square Fountain
Location: Intersection of Pinsker and Dizengoff

Dizengoff Square

Dizengoff Square in Tel Aviv.

Situated at the intersection of six main streets, Dizengoff Square was created in 1930 as a tribute to the Mayor’s wife. Meant to ease congestion of city traffic, the Square was expanded and elevated in 1970 to allow pedestrians easier access to all parts of the city center. One of the Square’s main attractions is the beautiful fire and water fountain that was designed by well renowned artist, Yaacov Agam, in 1986. The fountain was designed to give city trotters a 3D illusion based on an optical design.

On Friday afternoons, the Square is filled with a number of musicians, artists looking to showcase their latest creations, and locals rushing to do their last minute Shabbat errands. 

If you happen to be in the area, you might witness the Fountain’s concerto consisting of classical music with water and fire shooting out and upwards as the crowd gathers, and the music comes to an end.

On a mission to go on your next adventure? Make sure to stop and check out this rainbow colored fountain to add to your Tel Aviv experience! 

3. → Antique Market
Location: Intersection of Pinsker and Dizengoff

One of the street’s main attractions, is the antique and vintage market that takes place twice a week by Dizengoff Square. Whether you’re on the hunt to find a chain to add to your grandma’s old bracelet, or looking for home decor items, this market is a dream come true for the old fashioned soul looking to fulfill their vintage craving. 

The market is hosted every Tuesday from 11:00 to 21:00, right next to the Rav Chen cinema in the Square, and Fridays from 7:00 to 16:00 in the same spot and also on the other end of the Square, attracting locals and tourists alike. 

Tel Aviv on the Go

You either catch them sipping an upside down coffee at one of Dizengoff street’s wide range of cafes, or devouring Falafel on the go–Tel Avivians indulge in every opportunity to enjoy a day out in town.

From Jewelry stands, to on-the-go graphic design booths, and exhibitions of creations by Israeli designers, Dizengoff street is filled with a number of great attractions for everyone to enjoy, and has turned into a prime location for homeowners looking to invest in property.

*Written and Updated by Yael Sasonov
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