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Sprawling over the winding streets up the Galilean hillsides, this bustling open-air bazaar features a wide variety of small shops such as the Bride’s, Blacksmith’s, Goldsmith’s and Vegetable markets.
Old City, Nazareth, Israel
Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed June 15, 2017 via mobile

Love the scents of all the spices, people still fix their shoes and watches here. It's like you stepped into a set of Indiana Jones. Prices are CHEAP. This is the place to buy gifts. It has all local made authentic items. Abandoned by the...More

3  Thank Daydream699748
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed April 9, 2014

If you enter the market near the Basilica you will encounter a colorful market, where it is a good idea to pick up a trinket to remind you of your visit to this amazing and historically rich city. However, if you want to get a...More

4  Thank kitty567
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

12 noon and place totally deserted. Even the stall sellers were missing. Lots of btickabrack and domestic ware. 15 minutes walk and that's it. However if you like coffee ☕ there is fantastic roastery half way through, finest ground Turkish style coffee with cardamom. Price...More

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Reviewed September 19, 2018 via mobile

Typical market selling all sorts of things you don’t want or need. Very basic. Worth waking through. You may need something after all.

Thank Martin B
Reviewed July 8, 2018

The market itself is not that interesting or impressive. No way near the market of the old city in Jerusalem. With the exception of a few shops (Ghada's corner and El Babor to name two) the shops are relatively dull. However - walking thru the...More

1  Thank mickeyg7
Reviewed June 4, 2018

If there is a place in Israel where you can go back in time, in addition to Old City of Jerusalem, it is the Old City of Accre (Akko). The market place is vibrant. It ha anything that you want and that you do not...More

Thank Dudy D
Reviewed March 31, 2018

Great flair. Even in January already busy. Friendly people. Not overfilled like in the traditional vacation months.

Thank karlpolsterer
Reviewed March 13, 2018 via mobile

Typical bazar with herbs fish veggies and offcourse loads of shirts and bags for tourists. Not a must see but quite enough of interest

Thank marjoleinc115
Reviewed October 3, 2017 via mobile

Narrow alleyways with a kind of shops. Much smaller than the big markets in Jerusalem. This one has his real charms. Don't forget to visit the back alleys as well, to get a view of how the people live in the Middle East. If you...More

1  Thank mahlegrand
Reviewed July 31, 2017 via mobile

If you take the time to explore you will find very charming and different stores. Very reasonable prices. Went to Mona Style Gallery for some jewellery for my wife and amazed at range and pricing. Next door the schawerma and falafels were fantastic and unbelievably...More

Thank ascreennametogetpast
Reviewed June 29, 2017

The souk is a wonderful way to really experience the Arab Israelis of Nazareth. These are wonderful, kind people who love to share their pottery-making, baking, and all of the fruits, veggies, spices from the area as well as all of the merchandise they make...More

Thank Teryn G
Reviewed June 21, 2017

After having visited some religious sights we headed to the market quite late and a lot of stalls were closed already. The market is you typical middle eastern market with small streets and stalls. We were lucky to still find some incredibly fresh veggies and...More

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