It remains a popular place in a city fearful of public gatherings.
This is Tel AvivÍs largest market and offers a large variety of fresh food. The market is just south of downtown, off the corner of Shenkin and Alenbi Streets. On Tuesdays and Fridays, the adjacent Nahalat Binyamin Street becomes a lively street market with stalls selling jewelry, arts and crafts. There are also cafes and restaurants in the neighbouring streets.
Have you been to Carmel Market? Contribute to the Great Public Spaces website by filling out the nomination form. Tell us why you think Carmel Market is a great place!
*Please note that these Hall of Shame nominations were written in a moment in time (most over a decade ago) and likely have since changed or even been transformed. If the above entry is now great, or still not so great, go ahead and comment below on how it has evolved or nominate it as a great place.