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Jaffa Old City

Jaffa, Tel Aviv 61000, Israel
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“flea market” (508 reviews)
“old city” (882 reviews)
“tel aviv” (1,385 reviews)
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Jaffa, Tel Aviv 61000, Israel
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Reviewed today

Always great to visit the old Jaffa with its narrow streets, the art galleries, so see the churches around and overlook Tel-Aviv shoreline. The place has also some nice restaurants, I recommend Kalamata. The food and the view are remarkable.

Thank elimor10
Reviewed yesterday

Our choice of Tel Aviv as a weekend vacation is topped with regular visits to the old city of Jaffa, great restaurants, vintage shops, bars and people. Lovely, Lovely.

Thank Niels L
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It was an amazing place to visit. The atmosphere was exciting and there is so much to see. I would highly recommend a trip there.

Thank geriannUK
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Nice area but there is nothing very worth to see from my point of view. What is worth to see is the view to the sea. Its highly recommended to go to the nice beach

Thank ligase l
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We wondered in Jaffa old city for two hours. The market offers some local crafts and souvenirs. We also found a beautiful Turkish mosque. But the old city is not very impressive as a must.

Thank kundanielj
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We went in Jaffa without a guide because we wanted to explore. If You want a guide, You can google free tour of Jaffa and You will find 2 websites. We went ob the wishing bridge with the zodiac signs (you touch your sign, look...More

Thank Dana B
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I loved this neighborhood that I went there 2 days as different times. Once early afternoon to the beach, walk through the art galleries, the nice antique flea market, check out some restaurants and see the sunset. The other time at night for a nice...More

Thank D0nly1
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This free walking tour covered many of the sites of old Jaffa and gave interesting historical information about the area. It was very easy to participate by either signing up online or just showing up for the visit. Our guide Eric was very knowledgeable and...More

Thank LHA19
Reviewed 2 days ago

A must see for historical buidings and lovely art galleries overlooking the sea. Delightful to walk amongst the ruins and through cobbled alley.

Thank Deborah A
Reviewed 2 days ago

Deserve a half day walking and chilling in the good atmosphere. you can take one the best spots for pictures.

Thank alitvac
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Tracy S
June 23, 2017|
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Response from royw764 | Reviewed this property |
Friday evening, shops are close. Malls are close and no public transportation. You can find coffee shops are open, bars , restaurants, parties. Friday evening and Saturday are off days . Shabbat .
May 16, 2017|
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Response from Modupe H | Reviewed this property |
In addition to my initial answer, we walked all over Tel Aviv and Jaffa. We also walk to the Camel market with so many people milling around, shopping and enjoying the scenery. Everything was fine and we even found a few... More
Su D
March 11, 2017|
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Response from Caroline B | Reviewed this property |
You can but just be aware of the cut off time on a Friday which is around 1400. Saturday was not a problem to go visit and see everything.