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Jaffa Old City

Jaffa, Tel Aviv 61000, Israel
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Jaffa, Tel Aviv 61000, Israel
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It's a 3km walk from Rothschild Boulevard. It's recommended that one walks down to Jaffa. The walk is experiential in terms of feeling the charm of the old world and lovely architectural buildings around. Places to see Jaffa Tower, Jaffa flea market, and Jaffa hill....More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We loved our 4 hours in Jaffa! We visited St Peter's church, Simon the Tanner's House, the port (where Jonah attempted to flee from God),and the flea market. We also enjoyed Jaffa Tales video of the history of the city. Beautiful art galleries and good...More

Thank Pam B
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Interesting little town off of the Mediterranean, with a picturesque little port for fishing boats. Nicely signed for historic points of interest. Fun to walk around for a while and close to many of the nice hotels in Tel Aviv that are along the Mediterranean....More

Thank Debora P
Reviewed yesterday

worth walking around and hanging out there. History, restaurants and bars! Take a walking tour there from Sandemans Travel

Thank NYCTrAvelMan11
Reviewed yesterday

Tel Aviv doesnot feel like being in the middle east, but take a walk through its old arabic quarter with its narrow streets and secret spots gets youthis feeling

Thank Rawoe88
Reviewed 2 days ago

I recomend to visit the Jaffa Clock Tower, the Saint Nicholas Monastery ,the Saint Peter's Church , the Archaeological Museum in Jaffa. A good idea is to join the free walking tour and enjoy your day in the old city.

Thank Eirini C
Reviewed 2 days ago

Went with Tourist Israel. Only got to see Jaffa and not the other 3 locations we were supposed to visit because the tour company was so horrible. If you go, do not use Tourist Israel or Fun life. But spend at least 3 hours here....More

Thank Dani D
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Must go, it is just amazing, feel the history all over, so much to learn, amazing experience. All Cristian’s, Jews, Arabs together just great.

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 4 days ago

Visit this old city close to Tel Aviv and experience a walk through the past, exceptional views, wonderful galleries, restaurants, and it is a great walk via the beach side from Tel Aviv centre all through to Jaffa.

Thank mirnazagar
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Visiting the old city by night is a great idea. A must do! I really enjoyed how this area preserves so many history.

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November 11, 2017|
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Response from cjsmith4168 | Reviewed this property |
Hands down, I would recommend the Royal Beach Hotel. We found it in walking distance of everything we wanted to see. (We're New Yorkers, though, so we walk a lot.) It's close to Jaffa and the Harcamel Market (by anyone's... More
November 11, 2017|
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Response from Sailor2011_11 | Reviewed this property |
I was going to suggest the Market House too in old Jaffa looks like a very friendly relaxed but lovely hotel - right in the middle of things and fun life in Jaffa - lovely walk along the beach path into Tel Aviv.
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June 23, 2017|
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Response from manisfeld | Reviewed this property |
If you keep kosher, then the only open restaurants are in the better hotels; If you do not keep kosher then there are lots of places open - in Jaffa we like 'Hazakan v'HaYam' (translates as 'Old Man and the Sea')