I was there looking some falafel or shawerma but i couldnt find good one.but i found a lot of fruits and lot of local people.
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It is a pretty big market with a lot of tourists, overpriced products and beggars. The place is overcrowded and not really different from any market in Israel. Save your time.
The Mehane Yehuda market is the largest market in Jerusalem. It covers several streets and the surrounding area. It is a window into Israeli life. Stalls selling all kinds of foods, dining venues, housewares and cell phones & accessories. Busy but not extremely crowded except...More
Fascinating place to go during the day...and different at night (hopping on Thursdays!), as foodies have discovered its new and wonderful bars and restaurants. Don't miss a trip to the Mahane Yehuda Market if visiting Jerusalem!
So many people are out doing their Shabbat shopping. So many fantastic smells from the food that looks so good. What a trip!!! If you can make it to the Iraqi Shuk for late lunch on erev Shabbat, you might have to stay in line...More
A good place to be entertained by a variety of people be they customers or sellers. If you go on a Friday morning, the world and his dog will be there: a crush, but with local rather than with tour groups in the Old City....More
This place has a great energy. It’s fun to visit and to just walk around. We were actually shopping for food for two meals we were preparing. I sensed we were experiencing two-tier marketing. One price was for local customers and another for those identified...More
Among the crowded market you’ll find the flavors and foods of Israel - colorful produce, buckets of olives, fresh fish & chicken, sticky pastries, fresh-baked breads and cheeses. The outdoor market is a welcome shift from the American grocery store. Fridays are insanely busy as...More
Sure you can go to the market when everything is open, but have you been there on a Saturday morning when all the shops are closed and there's barely anyone around??? A whole new experience welcomes the adventurous tourist. Beautiful colorful murals abound. You won't...More