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Dizengoff Center

202 locals recommend
About this place
Dizengoff Center is a shopping mall at the intersection of Dizengoff Street and King George Street in Tel Aviv. The mall is named for Meir Dizengoff, the first mayor of Tel Aviv.
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Roni
Roni
October 16, 2019
Huge shopping center, about 400 shops, plenty to eat, enjoy a variety of shops, ideal meeting place, second home for everything, summer heat and winter rainfall, an experience for everyone. Thursday and Friday home food market.
Hadas
Hadas
September 09, 2019
Historical shopping mall
Eyal
Eyal
July 06, 2019
Dizengoff Center Shopping Mall - The oldest shopping mall in Tel Aviv.
Shimi
Shimi
November 18, 2019
Dizengoff center mall
Tali
Tali
September 05, 2019
A great mall with everything you need
Yuri
Yuri
October 19, 2019
Well known shopping center
Ariel
Ariel
July 14, 2019
A large and stylish shopping center with international and local brands
Shay
Shay
July 21, 2019
הקניון הראשון בעיר, עמוס במותגים מקומיים חנויות אופנה מסעדות בתי קפה וכלבו, לעצירה והתרעננות מהחום של ימי הקיץ, לחוויות קניות מקומית, חדר כושר למי שמעוניין, ובתי קולנוע, בימי חמישי ושישי מתקיים שוק אוכל מקומי, ניתן לקנות אוכל ולקחת הביתה לטעום ממגוון מאכלים שונים מומלץ לביקור, בימי שישי עמוס ומלא…

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Location
50 Dizengoff St
Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District
Phone+972 3-621-2400
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens 9:00 AM
Credit Cards
Yes (incl. American Express)
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