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Tel Aviv's Lesser Known Market a Hidden Gem

Shuk Levinsky (Levinsky Market) in Tel Aviv recently received a nice shout-out from Conde Nast Traveler magazine. In their September 21 issue, they included Levinsky Market in a list of “The Best Antique Stores and Flea Markets, According to the Pros.”

Our friends at Israel21c, who created the above video visit to the market, share the details:

“Shuk Levinsky is my favorite market in Tel Aviv,” reported one of their consulted experts, travel and fashion maven Leora Elituv, who splits her time between Tel Aviv and New York City and runs a swimsuit and intimates business called Kisuii (Cover).

“I love going there on a Friday morning, as it’s full of energy as people prep for Shabbat,” Elituv told the magazine about the market adjacent to the hipster Florentin neighborhood. “Look for dried fruits, coffee, and nuts, mostly of Greek, Persian, and Balkan origins. Plus, they have the best and most exotic spices in the city!”

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