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Dizengoff Center

50 Diezengoff, Tel Aviv 6433222, Israel
+972 3-621-2400
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Like a baby Westfield

If your in a hurry to get to somewhere and need something in a hurry the disengoff center is the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Ben F
via mobile
Best mall in Tel-Aviv

All kinds of shops, clothes, toys, electronics, gifts, sport and many more. You can grab a cup of... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Adi P
via mobile
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Dizengoff Center, one of the oldest shopping and entertainment centers in Israel, opened its doors to the public in 1977. The Center is named after Meir Dizengoff, the first Mayor of Tel Aviv, and is the joint brainchild of the late Aryeh Piltz, the late Avraham Piltz and Shmuel Flato Sharon. It was constructed in the beating heart of Tel Aviv, at the corner of Dizengoff Street and King George Street. The first store to open its doors for business in 1977 was Hamashbir. Dizengoff Center was designed to be a direct extension of the fashionable Dizengoff Street. The vision of the architects, Aliza Toledo and Yitzchak Yashar, who were awarded the Rokach Prize for the design of the building, was to craft a sensation of a "street within a street". The complex was designed as a differentiated and differentiating urban structure and, in contrast, as a direct extension of the surrounding streets, and this is what led to its spiral shape, sloping floors and the stores and restaurants being spread out almost haphazardly and not concentrated into clusters of like - type stores. This unique structure gives the visitor a sense of taking a casual stroll along air conditioned streets. But should you be in a hurry to reach your destination, you can do so easily by means of the navigation app - EasyDizi. The location of the Center in the heart of the city, the unique urban structure and the range of stores attracts a plethora of visitors daily: Young and old, eccentric and intriguing and all are welcome. Even four legged creatures are catered for - the Center is Pet Friendly and man's best friend is cordially invited to join you when visiting - just don't forget a leash and a muzzle. About 40,000 people visit the Dizengoff Center stores daily, amounting to almost a million visitors per month! Every visitor will find precisely what he or she is looking for at the Center: Fashion stores, computers, musical instruments and household utensils, health stores, pharma drug stores and much more. The Center is also a center of entertainment and boasts cinemas, book and music stores, playground areas for children, a gym and even a swimming pool open around the clock. Alongside recognized brand flagship stores you will find boutiques owned by young designers, and unique stores not prevalent at other shopping malls, such as a comic book store, a wig store and piercing and tattoo parlors. A vibrant marketplace is set up inside the Center every Thursday and Friday: The Designers' Boutique, where you can find original clothes and accessories made by young and promising Israeli designers, and a Food Market with fresh, homemade food stalls, providing meals to be eaten on the spot or taken home for later enjoyment. The Gallery is situated on the ground floor of the Center, which displays rolling exhibitions of works of art produced by young local artists who are dipping their toes into the artistic world for the first time, as well as non profit associations and organizations. The Center also puts on performances, lectures, shows for children and other activities in conjunction with the various stores housed in the Center. At Dizengoff Center, shopping and protecting the environment go hand in glove. The Center Management Team has unfurled the banner of the value of community involvement, social openness and sustainability. We invest in the community and believe in fair employment practices and so all security and cleaning and maintenance personnel employed at the Center are employed directly by the Center. We run collection points for electronic waste and streamline the energy consumption at the building. Thanks to the broad range of activities that we carry out, we won the "Green Globe" prize for 2015, awarded by the Life and Environment Organization - the umbrella organization of the environmental protection organizations in Israel. All these have made Dizengoff Center into a young, dynamic and vibrant shopping center, combining ease and convenience and a fertile patch for creativity, for self expression and for social openness. We are waiting for you.
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  • Average27%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible1%
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 15:30
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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50 Diezengoff, Tel Aviv 6433222, Israel
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If your in a hurry to get to somewhere and need something in a hurry the disengoff center is the place. They have a large array of stores in every type of category. But It's not very nice inside and it's kind small feeling on...More

1  Thank Ben F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

All kinds of shops, clothes, toys, electronics, gifts, sport and many more. You can grab a cup of coffee or a lunch and sweets. Cool place to hangout and meet pepole.

Thank Adi P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Amazing place. Gives you a warm feeling and not just a buying experience. You can just walk there and enjoy without even buying anything. Lots of food as well. At Thursday & friday they have a great food narket with freshly prepared food.

Thank GveganA
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

It literally had everything. A lot of brands, from toys to clothes to food... Also money exchange and a bank. Compact, comfortable, easily accessible, clean...

Thank Niki7477
Reviewed 13 June 2017

Although most major stores are located here, I have no clue why anyone would ever build a place like this. The idea of this maze must have been fun, the result is confusing and many places quiet.

Thank Kevi S
Reviewed 4 June 2017 via mobile

There's so much else to see and do in this magnificent country that a shopping centre wasn't high on my list! However, we did go on a Friday and although the website said it was open till 5pm everything closed around 3:45pm which was really...More

Thank Gerky79
Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

The place is huge, two buildings with all sorts of standard and luxury shops. What was terrible was the awful smell coming from everywhere because there is no separate food corner but food reps and restaurants are all over the place. So, while you are...More

Thank Fire_Bird_NaDYa
Reviewed 18 May 2017 via mobile

There are some good resturants at the mall. We dine at CafeCafe had great salads and American style ice coffee, great service. Some boutique clothing for teenagers (girls) , underground parking easy access

Thank jmpalexa
Reviewed 17 May 2017

We'd always passed by, but never ventured inside, so were pleasantly surprised. We went because we were told it was dog-friendly, though we did not run into any other doggies there at the time. It's the kind of mall that has a bit of everything:...More

Thank savvysolo
Reviewed 12 May 2017

This is the most confusing mall I ever visited. Not a very big mall, but you will be easily confused during first few visits about where you are and how to go back to a shop you visited few minutes ago. There are options for...More

Thank kamalp123
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