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Jaffa Flea Market, Tel Aviv-Yafo: 8 reviews and 18 photos

Got a 1950s hoover with a missing part? Fancy an ornate but useable nargilah? Or a Hanukiah? Even hand-made furniture or electrical goods/cameras from dubious sources?

Then the flea market in Jaffa is the right place. Set among the narrow streets of workshops and storage centres of end of 19th century Arab quarter, its a warren of junk, bargains and crafts. Open every day except Saturday - worth getting there early if you want to find a real bargain, otherwise wander through the alleys sifting the good stuff from the junk.

Covered area provides everything you would expect from such a market - lots of cheap (and some not so cheap) jewellery, clothing, tourist goods.

Address: Sderot Yerushalayim, Jaffa
Directions: Near the Jaffa clocktower (left if travelling south)
Website: http://www.shuktlv.co.il/en/category/jaffa-flea-market

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  • Updated Jul 27, 2012
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