Alleys in the old city, the Port , and the restaurants.All together reflect one of the amazing places in the entire region.
did not spend much time there, so can't give a really meaningful review. Another friend and I got sick an hour after eating at the Hazan Grill restaurant . There were some good opportunities for photography
The market, the clock tower and the port are all in a walking distance from each other and just 15 mins bus ride from Tel-Aviv. you can see them all in a couple of hours. The best place to eat Humus (Abu-Hassan) is also near by, ask for Masabha. if you stay in Tel-Aviv you can rent the green bicycles... More
Old Jaffa is a treasure. Search the alleyways of the flea market for priceless collectibles. Check out the Bazaars and galleries. You also have great locations for photography both of views and nice backdrops for great photos of the family.Great Place to visit.
If you are interested in history, like old towns with narrow alleys and picturesque houses, delicious romantic places to dine and walk by the see - you should visit there. It is not as authentic as it was two decades ago, but much cleaner and hospitable.
Jaffa, or better said Yaffo (which is part of Tel-Aviv today), is one of the first existing urban settlements in the world, estimated 4000 years ago. The reconstructed old town and even some of the lively streets of today show a beautiful example of ancient buildings, mainly built in limestone, are of a variety of architectural styles, from biblical, through... More
Prepare your legs well, you need around 2 hours to explore the area from the Old Jaffa to the Old Port (excluding the shopping and museum visit time)
Great place for walking ,riding on bikes ,swimming and eating in one of the restaurants. The best bakery is located in yefet street . The bakery name is abulafia .
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