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Jaffa, Tel Aviv 61000, Israel
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Reviewed yesterday

beautifully renovated, this is a special location. Views are stunning and there are many new arts and craft shops and

Thank Malcolm S
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Old Jaffa is a must see when in TLV. It’s a place with heart, full of artistic athmosphere. Just go there and get lost, it’s the best way to see it. Old stairs, walls, colorful numbers on houses and a view of the sea someware...More

Thank AnnnaZ
Reviewed 2 days ago

It was really interesting to wander around the old Jaffa city area. Starting at the old clock tower, one can wander around the old historic twisting alleyways loaded with interesting art shops and cafés here and there. There is such a sense of history in...More

Thank Ono O
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I really recommend reading at least the Wikipedia page for Jaffa before coming. It's incredibly interesting. You can wander through the alleys for hours exploring little shops, historic sites, and museums. If you climb the stairs to the top of the hill, you get an...More

Thank Maggie B
Reviewed 5 days ago

Worth visiting, did lots of walking around. Had coffee one day, at at a restaurant another day. Views are really great - but it's a bit on the touristy side.

Thank upam
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Definitely a place to visit if you are staying in Tel Aviv. Not that big a place but gives you a climbs of the Israeli history. Pay a visit also to the flee market.

Thank ktraveler2017
Reviewed 5 days ago

The alleys of Jaffa bring you to a relaxed atmosphere, set in small and interesting shops. The place is small but graceful.

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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

If you visit Tel Aviv, take a minute to stop by Jaffa Old City. Walk through the city, enjoy meeting the locals and grabbing a coffee. Wonderful place and very friendly locals

Thank Sanela O
Reviewed 1 week ago

try the humus and drink beer at the Flea Market.There is a good night life and live performances Ancient Jaffa harbor also has live performances and fish restaurants

Thank Assafkamar
Reviewed 1 week ago

JAFFA First heard of Jaffa-Oranges from my Geography teacher Mr Rautela some 45 years back. Lucky to see heritage site where once stood the first packing line for export of oranges. Nicely restored old port city, one can see a mosque and a synagogue on...More

Thank Mukul G
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11 November 2017|
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Response from cjsmith4168 | Reviewed this property |
Hands down, I would recommend the Royal Beach Hotel. We found it in walking distance of everything we wanted to see. (We're New Yorkers, though, so we walk a lot.) It's close to Jaffa and the Harcamel Market (by anyone's... More
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Response from suzpom | Reviewed this property |
I like the Atlas Boutique Hotel Chain, which has several properties in Tel Aviv and a newish one in Jaffa - THE MARKET HOUSE - smart, stylish, good food for breakfast, great location for walking both in Jaffa and along the... More
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Response from manisfeld | Reviewed this property |
If you keep kosher, then the only open restaurants are in the better hotels; If you do not keep kosher then there are lots of places open - in Jaffa we like 'Hazakan v'HaYam' (translates as 'Old Man and the Sea')