Discover one of the world’s oldest inhabited sites, and the oldest part of Tel Aviv, on a free 2-hour walking tour of Jaffa. Learn how the city has been destoyed and rebuilt many times, and hear stories behind the city's mix of modern and ancient cultures
What to Expect
Explore one of the world’s oldest inhabited places on a 2-hour walking tour of Jaffa, and pay only what you can afford. The guide works for “tips” and will entertain you with dozens of stories to make the best of your experience.
They will describe how the city has been destroyed and rebuilt many times in its 4-millenia-long life, and talk about some of the great empires that have ruled and left their mark on the city, from the Romans to the British.
Known as “The Bride of Palestine,” Jaffa was once an Egyptian city, an Ottoman backwater, the heart of the cosmopolitan Levant, the epicenter of the Arab Revolt, and a symbol of Jewish-Arab co-existence.
The tour is packed full of drama, as you wander the beautiful streets and squares of Old Jaffa, and enjoy breathtaking views of the Jaffa seashore. Learn about the bloody Jaffa riots, visit Adolf Eichmann's prison, and marvel at the picturesque Clock Tower as you immerse yourself in the city's dense history.
Meet your guide by the Clock Tower in Old Jaffa. They will be wearing red "SANDEMANs NEW Europe" T-shirts
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