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All reviewson tuesdaysarts and craftscarmel marketlocal artistscraft fairfabric shopsopen marketsell their waresfriday morninghand madestreet musiciansfor saleon displayfood marketa lot of fungiftsstalls
During week time it's nice and fun to hang out, nice art shops and hipsters and it's close to Carmel market, many restaurants and bars. FRIDAY day time all Street become as a market for artesenal items.
This artist market (with strict standards for receiving a stand) is open on Tuesday and Fridays year-round.
I have come here over the years for presents or to buy crafts for myself. The things sold here are truly amazing in quality and creativity.
I can't even count how many times I went there on this trip. I love the atmosphere of this lively & colorful street fair so much! I buy many gifts here for family & friends. Have never gone wrong yet! Can't recommend highly enough!!
I lived here for two months and it was AWESOME. The art market was the highlight of my week. The only downside is that cars seem to think it's acceptable for them to drive down NB, but I don't think they should be allowed. It's...More
Nahalat Binyamin is a name of a street where there is a market (on every teusday) that sells beautiful Israeli art. Some of the products have to do with Judaisem - such as Mezuza, accesoriez for hollidays and Shabbat - but there are also many...More
This is a place where you can get beautiful and authentic art, Judaica, etc that is handcrafted! The prices are very reasonable and it is perfect for purchasing gifts for other people or yourself! It is also a good opportunity to support the local artists....More
I don't know about trains, we were on foot and used the buses. The shops seem to be open from 9 or 10 am until 4 or 5 PM, except on Shabbat. They all close early on Friday, and Saturday is their Sabbath - many shops are... More
I don't know about trains, we were on foot and used the buses. The shops seem to be open from 9 or 10 am until 4 or 5 PM, except on Shabbat. They all close early on Friday, and Saturday is their Sabbath - many shops are closed.