Very nice very special places who comes once will come again and again..on summer on winter everytime!
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This is NOT a flea market. It is a street market full of wonderful arts, jewelry and crafts. We only bought a few items but enjoyed every minute of our visit.
It's a bit like a giant art gallery where you can afford the prices. All sorts of craft from jewellery to soap. Relaxed atmosphere despite the crowds, places to stop to eat or drink and listen to street musicians. Perfect place to wander midday on a Friday. Close to loads of street food in Carmel Market too.
The best way to clean your mind and enter a feeric world is to take a walk on Nachalat Beniamin on a Friday late morning . The craftsmen's pieces, the colors, the ideas, the street's loud and constant sounds, the fresh squezed citrus smell, they're a melting pot a sensations and feelings and sounds and scents.
On Tuesday & Friday morning crafts people exhibit and sell their wares. I've purchased beautiful items for myself and to give as gifts. Recent purchases include jewelry, hand painted silk scarves and home fashions.
After mistakenly walking through a nearby more permanent flea market (yuck!) we found the pedestrian market. Great handmade crafts and jewelry - like any crafts market - prices vary - quality varies. Liked most of the jewelry I looked at but settled on a very nice glass pendant necklace. Vendor was really nice, clearly talented - from Kibbutz Barkai -... More
On Monday and Thursday there are stalls with art directly from artists, which makes a great find for souvenirs that aren't the same mass-produced ones you find at the normal tourist sites. A must-see.
lots of shops and near by the Carmel market which is very interesting.On week days pretty quite but nice to walk. On weekend (Thursday night and Friday morning nearby streets in Kerem Htamanim is really interesting lots of young people beer and music.
Easy walking, storefronts and people watching. Close to our hotel so was easy to find. I would not go out of my way to see it.
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