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Israel: Best malls you should definitely visit

Here is a list of the most interesting malls of the country.
Israel is a country in Western Asia situated on the southeastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea. Tel Aviv is the economic and technological center of the country, while its seat of government is in its proclaimed capital of Jerusalem. It has the world's 29th-largest economy by nominal GDP and ranks nineteenth in the Human Development Index. Here is a list of the best malls in one of the most developed markets in the region.

Malha Mall - Jerusalem

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Malha Mall is the largest shopping and entertainment center in Jerusalem that houses the world's leading brands and local retailers of clothing, cosmetics, electronics and other consumer products. Located near tourist attractions, Malha Mall can offer quality food & beverages, a children's play area, and entertainment for the whole family. The highlight of the mall is the Friday Food Market.

Mamilla Mall - Jerusalem

Mamilla Mall is considered one of the most upscale malls in Israel. Characterized first and foremost by its architectural appearance - the arrangement of galleries in the open air - the complex can delight shoppers with stunning design and a quality pool of tenants in the upper price segment. It's also home to truly unique works by local artisans and pieces of Jewish art. Unlike classic shopping malls, Mamilla Mall also preserves the real atmosphere and rhythm of the city.

TLV Fashion Mall - Tel Aviv

TLV Fashion Mall
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TLV Fashion Mall in the heart of Tel Aviv is like the flagship of the Israeli fashion world. The complex combines an ideal location, a quality pool of tenants and endless shopping opportunities. Under the mall's roof gathered flagship stores and trendy brands of Israel. The mix of tenants combines haute couture and luxury brands with popular casual brands. A concierge service and personal stylists are available for discerning customers.

Ramat Aviv Mall - Tel Aviv

Ramat Aviv Mall is an upscale mall combining luxury and premium brands. Regarding rental rates, it is the most expensive in Israel and one of the top 50 in the world. Tenants include Louis Vuitton, Emporio Armani, Montblanc, Ralph Lauren, Carolina Herrera, Giorgio Armani and other prestigious brands. With a relatively small area of 190,000 sq.m. the complex will bring together about 140 tenants. The approximate cost of the center is about $500 million.

Arena - Herzliya

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The largest shopping mall in the upscale Herzliya neighborhood, located on the coast in Pituach harbor, is renowned for its luxurious tourism. The two floors of the complex house more than 140 stores, upscale cafes and the best restaurants. Arena has an air of luxury and a well-chosen mix of tenants, including both global brands Armani, Dolce and Gabbana and Ralph Lauren and luxury local designers.

Mall Hayam - Eliat

Mall Hayam is Eilat's most popular and one of the most visited shopping malls in the country. Thanks to its status as a free trade zone, the mall attracts shoppers worldwide. Mall Hayam has about 90 popular clothing, footwear, electronics, jewelry, sporting goods and home improvement stores.

BIG Fashion
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Big Fashion - Ashdod

Big Fashion Ashdod is a 270,000-square-foot open-air mall offering international-class shopping and entertainment. The sprawling streets of the shopping arcade house stores of leading global and local brands. There are 130 stores, including Forever21, H&M, Urbanica, Mango, MAC and Swarovski, and catering concepts and entertainment for the whole family.

Grand Canyon - Haifa

Grand Canyon is the largest shopping and entertainment center in northern Israel. The mall has about 220 tenants, 80% of which are international brands and chain retailers. The complex also includes a giant 43,000-square-foot spa. In an homage to local tradition, the mall opens half an hour after sunset on Saturdays, although some international chain stores and restaurants remain open.

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