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Wadi Nisnas

Haifa, Israel
+972 50-529-2089
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Atmospheric place, nice market

Great place to visit - a unique Wadi in the middle of a city, there are great places to eat there... read more

Reviewed 16 March 2017
Essen, Germany
A very special place!

I went to Haifa to visit a friend and she took me to Wadi Nisnas. I loved everything about it. So... read more

Reviewed 10 March 2017
Marci L
Tel Aviv, Israel
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“falafel” (23 reviews)
“street art” (5 reviews)
Haifa, Israel
+972 50-529-2089
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Reviewed 16 March 2017

Great place to visit - a unique Wadi in the middle of a city, there are great places to eat there (two of the best Falafels in Haifa), a charming market, a pita bakery, and a few other unique stores. It is like a chapter...More

Thank nododamore
Reviewed 10 March 2017

I went to Haifa to visit a friend and she took me to Wadi Nisnas. I loved everything about it. So much local art, lovely little homes, welcoming authentic Arab restaurants! I have nothing negative to say. It's a delightful place.

Thank Marci L
Reviewed 3 March 2017

This was truly worth the walk. So many little falafel places, old architecture, and a great cultural experience.

Thank rosielovestravel
Reviewed 4 January 2017

Vadi nisnas is a very nice place to walk to eat to see the arab coltour .The food there is very good and of course arab food you can buy there fresh fruit and Vegetable from the village and also other stores you needs ,...More

Reviewed 29 December 2016

This neighborhood, down Khoury Street from the Solel Boneh Carmelit metro station, is well known for its souk, and if that's what you're looking for you're bound to be disappointed. First, a lot of people can't find it (look for Wadi Street on your phone),...More

Thank Matthew L
Reviewed 28 December 2016

it is the Arabic part of Haifa, a small vegetables market, some restaurants. Some of the people there are very nice, some, not enough. Most are just rude youngsters, the place is quite dirty, it's a road open to cars, so cars drive fast, it...More

Thank Aharon P
Reviewed 25 December 2016

lovely architecture, "poetry streets" everywhere -- i could tell that this would have been a lot of fun to visit any other day of the year. Am writing this review mainly to save someone else my error. Found one of the relatively few places in...More

Thank AOGB
Reviewed 10 December 2016

For 11 months of the year, Wadi Nisnas is merely the best known Arab neighborhood in Haifa, and sports a popular produce market. In December it becomes the center of activities of Haifa’s yearly event “The Holiday of Holidays”, a street festival marking the combined...More

Thank sssteveg
Reviewed 15 November 2016

Interesting area to walk through other great architecture and great cafes. Authentic Arabic vibe. Friendly people.

Thank WendyM61
Reviewed 9 November 2016

During the New Year festival, the place full with great street food, various performers, dancers and more.

Thank Serg O
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5 February 2015|
Response from Funicats | Reviewed this property |
Hi, as others have said there is little point going down there on Sundays, as being a predominantly Christian area the shops will be closed. I visited it in midweek but I expect Friday-Saturday should also be good. I am not... More