Many items for sale in the Flea Market. There are some regular stores which sell new items but there were many vendors selling used items as well. Overall, it was a good experience to at least browse around while visiting the area.
Thisis a fun place to spend Friday morning. It is a flea market that you can find almost anthing there! Great antiques and all kinds of things. You can find great deal on souveniors too. There are dozens of stores as well. There are great local restaurants and art shops too. Make sure to haggle the merchants down in price!
The Shuk Hapishpeshim used to be where people would go to find second hand tools, hardware items, furniture, etc. Today it is also possible to find upscale furniture, clothing, and numerous restaurants.
Good finds are possible for those who are on the hunt for antiques! Prices are a little high, but this is actually expected. The market is full of great places to eat and drink.
For anyone looking for nice tourist trinkets, nicely displayed on tables....then keep away. this is a market for Israelis. Think of it more like a flea market (and there possibly are some fleas as well), second hand clothes often just piled on the floor, all those bits you might find in charity shops, or at the back of a car... 更多
Great place to stroll ,check the merchandize ,clothing,jewelery,carpets,tools,furniture but do not forget to batgain.
Good finds are possible here for those on the hunt for antiques. The prices are a bit steep, but bargaining is expected. The market is dotted with great places to drink and eat.
I love to go here. You can find almost anything from coins to furniture. You won't really find antiques, you might find simple junk, but it's a blast to look thru.
i came here to find some gifts and was very surprised the number of box-shops. Its like a buckets with a garbadge where you loos something very important. I am not profi to cut prices but i bought one thing.And its very closed to shuk carmel , its comfortable to visit tho both places during 1 day