Casino de Paris Well it used to be a coffee place for British officers in colonial times only lately renovated into a bar full of Jerusalem character. That's the best place for a beer in the market
A favorite slow food restaurant of local delights with hints from Persian origins. If you are up for local food - don't miss
Known as "The Shuk", Mahane Yehuda Market is a must-see for tourists. Easy access by public transportation, this bustling market is where everything happens. A fruit and vegetable market by day, and gourmet street food and hipster bars by night.
A large grocery store. try to buy here inly what you can not find fresh in the different BASTA.
Great bar, serves some simple dishes too. full with students. Located in a back alley, ask the locals about it,
“One of the few places open on Saturdays for your entertainment. You can book tickets there or online. ”
“The Old City of Jerusalem is surrounded by a wall and hosts sacred sites such as the Western Wall, the Muslim Dome of the Rock and the Fourth Century Tomb Church. In the shops and booths of the market alleys you can buy a variety of prayer shawls, rosaries and ceramics and in the various food stalls you can enjoy falafel, kebab in pita, cannabis and fresh juices. The medieval fortress houses the Tower of David Museum, which records the city's history.”
Local Government Office
“The Israeli Parliament! Free tours on Sundays and Thursdays in various of languages. ”
“Grass field that hosts concerts and events from time to time. Has a basketball court, a skatepark, a soccer field, and a cafe. Also has an outdoor gym for you to exercise with for free. ”
“Yad Vashem is Israel’s living memorial to the millions murdered in the Holocaust. The exhibits include authentic film footage, videos of personal interviews with survivors, historical documents, artifacts, personal items, memorial structures, gardens and commemorative installations. Reach via busses: 74,75,78 to Jaffa center, switch to Tram to Hertzel Mount”