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Best things to do in Talbiya, Jerusalem

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Establishment
“The holiest site for the Jewish people and where people can pray to G-d for all their needs.”
60 locals recommend
Market
“The First Station is where you can find nice restaurants and bars. There is also an artisinal market every evening. ”
70 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Modern mall with shops , cofee ,bars etc... near to the old city and the western wall”
32 locals recommend
Museum
“Beautiful venue. Don't miss the "Patzael" tower lookout for a panoramic view over the city.”
21 locals recommend
Indie Movie Theatre
“Located at the best spot of the city The Jerusalem Cinemateque is by far one of the best places to hung on. Check up what's on in one of the 4 cinema halls or have food or drinks in the restaurant with the best view in the world of the Old City walls. Cheers. To get there take a bus (lines 71,72,73,74) from Hebron Road just next by (take a right when you go out the building and then first left. the bus stop in opposit on the main road). The ride takes about 9 minutes and 7 stops. Get off at Hachan/David Remez (opposit The First Station) and then go back to Hebron Road and take a left. The cinemateque will be 150 m down the rosd on the left. ”
36 locals recommend
Route
“Go out Like A Local: This cool street is a great place to find great food, local artists shops and many more. Don't miss the coffee station Cafe!”
30 locals recommend
Movie Theatre
“Beautiful stylized multi cinema complex. Kosher pizzeria just outside. Otherwise open on Shabbat and cafes within are not Kosher. Live music on weekends along with family activities. Amazing gymboree on site for young kids.”
17 locals recommend
Café
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“Delicious international food. Great atmosphere and service.. Its also a bar and a cafe.. Breakfast, lunch and dinner suitable..”
29 locals recommend
Establishment
“Featuring theatrical performances, live music, and art-house cinema, the Jerusalem Theater is the city’s cultural hub. After the show, take a stroll around the beautiful Jerusalem stone complex, illuminated by glowing fairy lights.”
22 locals recommend
Local Government Office
“The Israeli Parliament! Free tours on Sundays and Thursdays in various of languages. ”
27 locals recommend
Historic Site
“The Western Wall, or “Wailing Wall”, is the most religious site in the world for the Jewish people. Located in the Old City of Jerusalem, it is the western support wall of the Temple Mount”
8 locals recommend
Establishment
“The main entrance to the Old town from the west side of town. the walls around are beautiful.”
26 locals recommend
Park
“Or try the Teddy Park across from the Jaffa Gate. This new park features a sound-light-water show (from 8 p.m.) and a fountain for kids to play in. There’s also a visitor’s center that tells the story of the development of modern-day Jerusalem.”
8 locals recommend
Historic Site
“The true archeological history of 3,000 years of the city of Jerusalem. You will literally walk through the Bible here, in the actual location.”
12 locals recommend
Establishment
“The best art museum you'll ever see in the world! Don't forget to find some secret spots great for your photos ;) Best location for photo taking during sunset! Before entering the museum (even better across the street) try to find the angle of the museum building where you can see the shape of a woman wearing niqab (face veil)”
9 locals recommend
History Museum
“The museum offers a unique opportunity to encounter the world of Islamic art and discover Islamic pottery, jewelry, ceremonial objects and other cultural artifacts.”
9 locals recommend