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Jaffa Old City

Jaffa, Tel Aviv 61000, Israel
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  • Excellent66%
  • Very good28%
  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“flea market” (494 reviews)
“old city” (857 reviews)
“tel aviv” (1,333 reviews)
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Jaffa, Tel Aviv 61000, Israel
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Reviewed today

The flea market, the Greek bar area, the old harbor. All great places to eat, walk about and enjoy the scene. Absolutely lovely.

Thank Amit M
Reviewed today

Jaffa is a very old city (18 century BC) and has all what an old city has to offer + god restaurants, clubs and fly market. Take half a day to walk between the old street and the harbor.

Thank ronenin
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Walked through but there was nothing special here. One shop near entrance sold very interesting jewelry (ask them to see the video) but that was about it. The few restaurants on top were empty. Breathtaking views.

Thank lflickkkkk
Reviewed yesterday

This area is pretty...the old and charming buildings are great to see, and the views of Tel Aviv from the top of the hill is stunning. There are many shops, cafes, ice cream places, etc., and the pretty flowers and plants add additional charm to...More

Thank Allise W
Reviewed yesterday

If you are in Tel Aviv then Jaffa is a must visit old city, we've been there twice with the kids, everyone of us has enjoyed. Tip - if you have time, take a boat tour (sail) for 20-30 minutes.

Thank amirhabib18
Reviewed yesterday

Tel Aviv has changed a lot. Restaurants seem mostly to be grouped in new sites like the New Port (North) and the Old Railway Station with very little on the sea front, except new building sites.The new 2000 bus/rail interchange in the North is very...More

Thank Terry-in-Finchley
Reviewed yesterday

Love it here. By day, it is a shopper's paradise, offering a blend of chic and old world. Great cafes and beautiful views. A walk back in history.

Thank Suisa
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Jaffa has been a crucial Mediterranean port for two millennia. But today, it is a sleepy, sparsely populated port. The museum of antiquities was closed on a Sunday, apparently no one had shown up to work and the museum and everything associated with it was...More

Thank seed37
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Jaffa old city is quite a contrast as Tel Aviv is a very modern city. It's a very beautiful site filled with romance and flowers. Love the old fashioned doors, windows, plants, stairs, etc. Every little corner could be a perfect background of photography;).

Thank Volly F
Reviewed 4 days ago

This place is amazing with all these old buildings, little boutique shops that look more like art galleries, narrow streets, clear water fountains. It's small, but it's so much fun to explore, I can come to Jaffa again and again. It is crowded like any...More

Thank TravelerVal88
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Tracy S
23 June 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 .
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KRW101
16 May 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
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Su D
11 March 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.
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