Dizengoff Center was opened in 1977 and was the first mall in Israel, and it still attracts locals and tourists alike, on a daily basis.
Along with all the big chain stores you will also find here some speciality stores, like The Fairies Forest, non-profit charity shops, huge bookstores and coffee shops such as Tsomet Sfarim.
Be sure to include a trip to this amazing mall on Friday where you will experience home cooked local cuisine at the food market. For more information about the mall and the goings on there have a look at their website.
Going north on Dizengoff Street, you will encounter the colorful Dizengoff Square, designed by the artist Yaakov Agam. Below the bridge are theatres, and a weekly antiques flea market.
Continuing North will bring you to the newly renovated Tel-Aviv Port, whereas if you turn and continue South you will end up at the Carmel Market at the junction of Shenkin St. and Allenby St. as well as Nachlat Binyamin.