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Jewish Quarter

Jerusalem, Israel
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Following two devastating wars and 20 years of enemy occupation, the Jewish Quarter of Old Jerusalem was reconstructed with great attention to harmonious architectural detail. The highlight of the quarter is the excavation of the Cardo, the ancient Roman market street.
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  • Very good25%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“western wall” (113 reviews)
“old city” (230 reviews)
“burnt house” (25 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Jerusalem, Israel
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Must go place in Jerusalem. Streets are better maintained than other quarters. Place is full of religious people and some synagogues. Sovienir shops are also fine

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Thank Elshan M
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Walking through the Jewish quaters was very pleasant and clean. There is oder and structure to everything. So many children were playing AL around. I think there was a feast on. Had a beautiful lunch here.

Thank PacificJewell
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is a very special - and ancient part of Jerusalem, its special beacuse its very holy and spiritual for jews and you can feel it when you walk around. If you are a religious jewish person - It really is a must-see (on your...More

Thank Ella C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Jewish Quarter gives a first time visitor a view of things Jewish: people, synagogue, custom, house, food, community, interactions... *Heartwarming to see and to meet wonderful people *Good learning experience - the visit is worth thousand words...

Thank Hosen R
Reviewed 1 week ago

Our trip to Jerusalem coincided with Bar mitzvahs so was very joyous in the quarter. Was a great thing to experience.

Thank Di M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A must when visiting Jerusalem. Suggest visiting the old yishuv and other museums. Also worthwhile visiting Aish ha Torah yeshiva but check with staff. Great view from roof 10 sheKol donation requested

Thank Andrew F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

see the renewal of the jewish quarter which was distroyed after 1948. the synagogues , wonderful point of photography. the Cardo and more

Thank mosh l
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Jewish Quarter features shops that sell thing specific to Judaism. Not as many vendors and many more Orthodox Jews. Vendors are not as pushy as those in the Arab Quarter.

Thank sabra1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Doesn't have that old feel like the other quarters. It's still lovely and clean, but if you want history and to feel something old and real, visit the other quarters

Thank Sam R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It is really nice to stroll around the Jewish quarter. Soak up the atmosphere and get the feel of the old city.

Thank Commited_Traveller
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cherylhomeland
27 February 2017|
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Response from cmyglasovich | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure, very little is open on Shabbat, when I was in Israel, I stayed with a family, I will go back for Pesach and spend it with them. You might go before the 10th to the Jewish Quarter and speak with people and maybe... More
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