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Private Tour of Jaffa - Tel Aviv
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Jaffa, Tel Aviv 68031 Israel
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Tel Aviv And Jaffa Tour

Tel Aviv-Jaffa is a busy metropolis, which amazes its visitors with diversity and uniqueness. Tel Aviv-Jaffa is the largest city in Israel with an affluent commercial center.<br>our tour offers a unique visit to one of the most fascinating cities around the world. our tour guides are Profesional guides, young and local, that have lead many tours in the city.
US$349.00 per adult
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Kim G wrote a review Nov 2020
Pacific Grove, California3,135 contributions200 helpful votes
One of the oldest ports in the world, Jappa Port remains functional today. With a significant history and being in continuous operation for 4,000 years, numerous cultures have used this ancient port throughout time. The cedars of Lebanon for Solomon's Temple were shipped to Jaffa Port. The Prophet Jonah embarked on his voyage to Tarshish from "Joppa" instead of Nineveh, defying God's wishes, hence encountering the "Great Fish". Buildings of Jerusalem Limestone scale the hillside, inviting tourists to explore the narrow alleyways and visit artist's galleries. . Note the lighthouse which presides above the port. Jaffa Port is a beautiful, historical gem of Israel and definitely a must see.
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Date of experience: December 2019
Israel R wrote a review Apr 2020
Ra'anana, Israel15,765 contributions289 helpful votes
The port of Jaffa is well known as the port from which “Jonah the prophet” embarked on god’s mission to Tarshish after refusing to go to the city of Nineveh, the capital of Assyria. During this journey he was swallowed by “The Whale”. Look for the "The Smiley Whale" fountain near Ilana Goor’s museum on Pasteur Street in Old Jaffa. Jaffa Port, a very nice place to hike, smell the sea, soak up the fishing harbor atmosphere, visit one of the fish restaurants (note, most of them are tourist traps) with fish meals and very good salads. If you arrive in the afternoon and you are lucky you may get a stunning sunset, especially if the sky is slightly cloudy. Recently the port is in a period of most extensive renovations and improvements that should be completed in about two years, take this into account. In any case this is not a reason to miss the tour of the port. If you are interested in fresh fish and/or seafood, my recommendation is to arrive early in the morning when the fishing boats returns from the sea. An open market of the finest fresh sea products is opened on the dock.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Vitor A wrote a review Mar 2020
Lisbon, Portugal768 contributions207 helpful votes
While walking in Old Jaffa, one of the possible itineraries it is walking downstairs to reach the Port. To be next to the water is always agreeable; in this case, it is also interesting without being impressive. Enjoy!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Richardo wrote a review Mar 2020
Bushkill, Pennsylvania71 contributions49 helpful votes
We had the opportunity to walk from Tel Aviv to Jaffa Port along the beach. It was nice walk especially night.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Cleviton wrote a review Mar 2020
Apollo Beach, Florida20 contributions8 helpful votes
The Port of Jaffa was a nice place to walk around. It was very cool to be walking on streets and in buildings that were from ancient times. The Mediterranean Sea is right along the boardwalk. There were many restaurants to choose from and several stores to shop at. One of the old streets near the port had local craft people selling their merchandise which were very unique and reasonably priced. We were able to find a restaurant on the street a few blocks in from the boardwalk that had delicious shwarma. I ighly recommend walking around the Port of Jaffa.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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