Whether in the main shuk of Jerusalem, the Mahane Yehuda Market, or the Carmel Shuk of Tel Aviv, Israel’s markets are places for locals, tourists, vendors and anyone who wants a bite to eat. You’ll find spices, fresh fruit from pomegranates to persimmons, treats like halva and dried fruit, and of course, Middle Eastern breads and baked goods. Israel’s shuks show a blend of culture and a mix of peoples who make this special place home.