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No matter where you go in Israel, don't miss this market. Be sure to get there in the morning and Friday morning is the craziest time. Sample the fruits, veggies, fresh juices, coffee and pastries. Sit somewhere and watch the people.
A visit to the market in Jeruselum was not on our radar, but after walking the old city we spotted it from the tram and decided to stop for coffee. What a great decision. It's definitely one of more interesting markets I've visited. Side-by-side with...More
My wife and I visited Mahane Yehuda Market one evening while we were in Jerusalem. We browsed the stalls, did some people watching, and had a bite to eat in one of the cafes. Far from being as great as the Jemaa el-Fnaa in Marrakesh...More
It is a must see in Jerusalem. We went there weekly to buy challah, fruit and vegetables. We also bought halvah and cakes there. My only suggestion is that you try to avoid it on Friday mornings! Our schedule forced us to go twice there...More
Messy - who cares
Noisy - bring it on!
This colorful and vivacious market is one of the better I have visited. A wide and eclectic range of products. You can get wheat-grass juice, knock-off clothes, amazing fruit and veggies...all for a fair price, post-haggling,...More
We were here a year ago , and here we are again for people watching , for cheese buying (Basher Fromagery) , and for wolfing a great burger with a cold beer at "Burgers Bar" on Etz Hayyim Str. (see separate review) .
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Absolutely! I felt safer in Israel than I did in many other places that I have visited around the world. I also felt safer than I do walking around cities in the US, including New York, at night. I was there for 2 weeks last... More
Absolutely! I felt safer in Israel than I did in many other places that I have visited around the world. I also felt safer than I do walking around cities in the US, including New York, at night. I was there for 2 weeks last November and not once did I feel unsafe. Enjoy Israel! It is beautiful.