Markets and Craftsmen Tour in Jerusalem’s Old City
BAZAAR AND SUQ
Experience Middle Eastern culture in its purest form as you peruse the shop and restaurant-lined alleyways of the Old City, haggle with merchants and maybe come away with a few souvenirs.
Visit The unique beauty of Armenian ceramics, which are traditionally decorated in a floral blue/green design, makes them very popular among tourists and Israelis. At Jerusalem Artisan you can purchase a wide range of ceramics including crockery engraved with Hebrew texts, mirrors and teacups. All items in the shop are decorated in a distinctive Armenia
Elia Photo Service
Browse through dramatic historic B&W photos of the Old City and other sights in Jerusalem from before 1967, shot by well-known Armenian photographer Elia Kahvedjian. The shop is run by his grandson.
Grinding sesame into paste since 1947, this irresistible stall is hard to miss thanks to its crown-shaped sign, huge wheels of halva and attendant proffering little samples of the flaky nougat. Once you’ve tasted it…