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Wadi Nisnas

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Wadi Nisnas

253 Reviews
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See a different side of Israel, from crusader fortresses to Baha’i shrines, from Roman architecture to marine caverns, on this door-to-door guided tour of the nation's northern coast. Start at the Roman ruins of Caesarea, built by Herod the Great; progress to Haifa, where the sacred gardens of the Baha’i faith tumble down terraces; enter the watery wonderland of the Rosh Hanikra grottos; and discover the rich history of Acre.
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Mor M wrote a review Jul 2020
Jerusalem, Israel107 contributions8 helpful votes
The concept of multiple religions and nationalities living side by side just fascinated me. I walked through on Saturday and it rather calm and peaceful. Also visited the local bakery there and ate some fresh pitas (open on Saturday morning).
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Date of experience: June 2020
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wonderingcorse wrote a review Mar 2020
Haifa, Israel113 contributions34 helpful votes
Wadi Nisnas is a maze of alleys, old streets and staircases where green markets, bakeries, restaurants and artisans workshops abound. The majority of inhabitants are arabs, christians mostly who stayed behind in the 1948 war while most of haifa arabs escaped. The area makes for a very tranquil strolling but really comes alive on fridays and saturdays (sundays are dead) with hundreds of visitors walking around sampling local delicacies and shopping in the many bakeries and delis. The location is slso great, a few minutes walk from the german colony and the lower bahai gardens on one side and the comercial Hadar neighbourhood on the other. As there are many cultural and historical aspects to the area, a local guide would definitely enhance the experience.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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sonnybunny wrote a review Feb 2020
Alexandria, Virginia45 contributions5 helpful votes
This is Old Haifa. Walk a little, chat a little with the shopkeepers, eat some delicious Falafel, drink a little coffee freshly roasted at Mustafa's shop. A nice relief from the crowds and tour buses. Street art, too.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Ruhu61 wrote a review Jan 2020
Highland, New York534 contributions181 helpful votes
Bright lights, crowds filled with kids and holiday decorations, a heart-warming show of diversity, many choices of restaurant and entertainment, and all with a great view of the Bahai gardens and temple. Definitely worth a visit any time of year.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Unlimited wrote a review Dec 2019
15 contributions2 helpful votes
This is a famous street where one can find local restaurants that sell local food at a reasonable price.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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