You will start your tour by visiting Carmel Food Market which small lanes that are full of bustling life, noise, flavors and smells from hundreds of different stalls and small cafes and restaurants. Then, your next destination is Jaffa Flea Market. This open-air market is full of stalls where you can find anything you could imagine and much more.
The last two possible stops are at Nahalat Benjamin Arts and Handicraft Market (open on Tuesday) or Sarona Farmer Market. Nahalat Benjamin Arts and Handicraft Market which is set along a colorful historical Nahalat Benjamin Street, with its European and Colonial styles architecture dating from the beginning of the XX Century. Meanwhile, your other option, Sarona Farmer Market, the newest addition to Tel Aviv's life, is situated at the heart of the old German Historical Settlement Sarona, which still looks like a German XIX Century Village.