The Ultimate JERUSALEM FOOD TOUR + Attractions - Palestinian Food and Israeli Food in Old Jerusalem!
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There are few cities in the world that can compare to Jerusalem in terms of ancient history and religious significance. It’s one of the most fascinating cities in the world, and it’s a city that I’ve wanted to visit my entire life. Finally, along with my friend David ( and Rafram, we explored Jerusalem to discover the food treasures the city has to offer - and let me tell you, you’ll find some incredibly delicious food in Jerusalem!
We started off the Jerusalem food tour by first walking around East Jerusalem and starting with the best plate of hummus I’ve ever had. We then toured around Old Jerusalem, and enjoyed some incredible Palestinian food kebabs cooked by an incredible man who cooked with serious love and passion. Another highlight in Jerusalem was the mutabak, a thin pastry stuffed with cheese and baked.
After eating our way through Old Jerusalem, we then headed into West Jerusalem and went to lunch at an Israeli Jewish restaurant serving a mix of amazing dishes. The food was home-cooked in style, and absolutely sensation. A few more snacks and sightseeing throughout the afternoon, and that brought us all the way to dinner where David had made reservations to eat at one of the hottest restaurants in Jerusalem, Machneyuda Restaurant. It was quite an experience, and an amazing meal and lively atmosphere to wrap up this ultimate Jerusalem food tour.
Here’s all the food and places included in this Palestinian food and Israeli food tour of Jerusalem:
Price - 20 ILS ($5.57) per plate
Almond juice - 3.90 ILS ($1.09)
Al-shuala Grill Restaurant
Shawarma - 26 ILS ($7.26)
Al Baghdadi Kabab
Total price - 100 ILS ($27.89)
Price - 30 ILS ($8.37) each
Peaches - 10 for 1 kg
Plums - 10 for 1 kg
Fruit - 10 ILS ($2.76) per kg.
Mahane Yehuda Market
Total price - 400 ILS ($111.55)
Western Wall (Wailing Wall)
Western Wall Tunnel
Price - 35 ILS ($9.76) per person
Dome of the Rock
Mount of Olives
Total price - 700 ILS ($195.21)
It was a lot of food in a single day, but it was one of the greatest food and learning days that I’ve ever had in my life. The generosity of the people we connected with, paired with the food, was truly a memorable experience in Jerusalem.
Thank you again to David ( and Rafram for showing me some of the best food in Jerusalem!
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This special episode of DIY Destinations featuring occupied Palestine, and its FREE and inexpensive, must-see attractions from the North to the South, including from understanding the importance and visiting oldest olive tree in al-Walaja, the birthplace of Jesus in Church of Nativity in Bethlehem, and retracing his footstep in Wadi Qelt to Jericho along the way visiting St. George Monastery and Mount of Temptation, Hisham's Palace and Herod's Palace. We'll also visit Aida Refugee Camps to see the realty of life under military occupation and Al-Shuhada Street. We'll also sample the street food and sweet Kanafeh in Nablus and experience Turkish bath. In Jenin, we'll visit Cinema Jenin Project and famous largest oldest church in the world in Burgin's St. George Church. All done safely, inexpensive and easily!
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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory
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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory : 1. The Walled Off Hotel ***
2. Dar Sitti Aziza ***
3. Hosh Al-Syrian Guesthouse
4. Talitha Kumi Guest House ***
5. Jacir Palace Hotel *****
6. innova8ion ***
7. Manger Square Hotel ****
8. Habibi Hostel
9. Dar al Majus
10. Shepherd Plaza Hotel
1. 182 Caritas St, Bethlehem, Palestine, Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $164 - $490
The Walled Off Hotel is located next to the separation wall in Bethlehem, Palestine providing visitors with a strong sense of history, spirituality and emotion.
2. Anatra Street , Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $148 - $180
Located in Bethlehem, Dar Sitti Aziza offers unique traditional accommodations. Free WiFi is available in the rooms.
3. Hosh Al Syrian,, Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $57 - $137
Featuring free WiFi and a restaurant, Hosh Al-Syrian Guest house offers pet-friendly accommodations in Bethlehem. The hotel has a sun terrace and views of the garden. Guests can enjoy dining at the property's gourmet restaurant which requires booking in advance.
4. Beit Jala - P.O Box 7 , PL Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $95 - $139
Offering buffet restaurant, Talitha Kumi Guest House is located in Beit Jala. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Bethlehem Church is 3.1 mi away.
5. Jerusalem-Hebron Road, 55555 Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $50 - $1115
Located just 200 m from Rachel’s Tomb, Jacir Palace features a beautiful palatial façade and a charming courtyard with palm trees. Guests can relax by the outdoor pool or at the spa.
6. Attan street 21, Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $100 - $148
Located in Bethlehem, a 12-minute walk from Church of the Nativity, innova8ion provides accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a terrace. The property is around a 14-minute walk from St. Catherine's Church, 4.7 km from Rachel's Tomb and 2.7 km from Bethlehem University. The property has a 24-hour front desk, airport transportation, room service and free WiFi throughout the property.
7. Manger Street , Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $122 - $190
Manger Square Hotel is located in Bethlehem, just few steps from Nativity Church and Manger Square. Free Wi-Fi is available in the entire hotel.
8. Palestine St Second Floor, Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $20 - $48
Located in Bethlehem and with Church of the Nativity reachable within a few steps, Habibi Hostel has express check-in and check-out, rooms, a shared lounge, free WiFi throughout the property and a garden. Featuring a shared kitchen, this property also provides guests with a grill. The property provides evening entertainment and a 24-hour front desk.
9. 56, Star Street, Bethlehem, Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $70 - $90
Located in Bethlehem, a few steps from Manger Square, Dar al Majus provides accommodations with a garden, private parking and a terrace. Located around a 2-minute walk from St. Catherine's Church, the guesthouse with free WiFi is also 275 m away from Umar Mosque. The guesthouse has family rooms.
10. Mountain Road, Bethlehem, Palestinian Territory, Price range: $95 - $166
Situated on one of Betlehem’s highest hills, The Shepherd Plaza Hotel is located in Betlehem’s City Centre with easy access to Jordan borders. It offers free WiFi in all areas and a fully equipped spa & fitness center.
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The State of Palestine (Arabic: دولة فلسطين Dawlat Filasṭīn) is a de jure sovereign state in the Levant. Its independence was declared on 15 November 1988 by the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) in Algiers as a government-in-exile. The State of Palestine claims the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and has designated Jerusalem as its capital, with partial control of those areas assumed in 1994 as the Palestinian Authority. Most of the areas claimed by the State of Palestine have been occupied by Israel since 1967 in the aftermath of the Six-Day War. The State of Palestine applied for full UN Membership in 2011; and in 2012 was recognized as a non-member observer state by the United Nations.
The October 1974 Arab League summit designated the PLO as the sole legitimate representative of the Palestinian people and reaffirmed their right to establish an independent state of urgency. In November 1974, the PLO was recognized as competent on all matters concerning the question of Palestine by the UN General Assembly granting them observer status as a non-state entity at the UN. After the 1988 Declaration of Independence, the UN General Assembly officially acknowledged the proclamation and decided to use the designation Palestine instead of Palestine Liberation Organization in the UN. In spite of this decision, the PLO did not participate at the UN in its capacity of the State of Palestine's government.
In 1993, in the Oslo Accords, Israel acknowledged the PLO negotiating team as representing the Palestinian people, in return for the PLO recognizing Israel's right to exist in peace, acceptance of UN Security Council resolutions 242 and 338, and its rejection of violence and terrorism. As a result, in 1994 the PLO established the Palestinian National Authority (PNA or PA) territorial administration, that exercises some governmental functions[iii] in parts of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. In 2007, the Hamas takeover of Gaza Strip politically and territorially divided the Palestinians, with Abbas's Fatah left largely ruling the West Bank and recognized internationally as the official Palestinian Authority, while Hamas has secured its control over the Gaza Strip. In April 2011, the Palestinian parties signed an agreement of reconciliation, but its implementation had stalled until a unity government was formed on 2 June 2014.
On 29 November 2012, in a 138-9 vote (with 41 abstentions and 5 absences), the United Nations General Assembly passed resolution 67/19, upgrading Palestine from an observer entity to a non-member observer state within the United Nations system, which was described as de facto recognition of the PLO's sovereignty. Palestine's new status is equivalent to that of the Holy See; similarly, Switzerland was a non-member observer state for more than 50 years (until 2002). The UN has permitted Palestine to title its representative office to the UN as The Permanent Observer Mission of the State of Palestine to the United Nations, and Palestine has instructed its diplomats to officially represent The State of Palestine—no longer the Palestinian National Authority. On 17 December 2012, UN Chief of Protocol Yeocheol Yoon declared that the designation of 'State of Palestine' shall be used by the Secretariat in all official United Nations documents, thus recognising the title 'State of Palestine' as the state's official name for all UN purposes. As of 30 October 2014, 135 (69.9%) of the 193 member states of the United Nations have recognised the State of Palestine. Many of the countries that do not recognise the State of Palestine nevertheless recognise the PLO as the representative of the Palestinian people. The PLO's Executive Committee is empowered by the Palestinian National Council to perform the functions of government of the State of Palestine. On 25 May 2014 during his visit to the Holy Land, Pope Francis, in a carefully worded statement, made explicit reference to the State of Palestine.
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We crossed into Palestine from Israel to visit the city of Bethlehem, the supposed birthplace of Jesus. Our driver, a local Palestinian man, told us about the plight of the Palestinians, and their struggles with the Israeli army. He then took us to the see the Israeli West Bank barrier, a wall which separates the West Bank from Jerusalem. We returned to Israel in the night after visiting the Banksy Museum.
Our perception of Palestine, a place of terrorism and violence (what we see in the media) was totally changed in the half day we spent there. The people were friendly, the city beautiful and the food delicious! We highly recommend it to anyone visiting the middle east.
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This is our most difficult video. We found it impossible to visit Palestine without touching the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The guideline of our channel is to narrate with enthusiasm every place we visit because we believe that every corner of the world deserves to be visited, regardless of how many UNESCO sites it has. The beauty of the places derives from the experiences one experiences, not from the monuments or spectacular sunsets
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How to travel Palestine? Which way of transport? Do you need a visa for Palestine? Where is the border between Israel and Palestine and how to cross the border from Israel to Palestine? What are the must sees (highlights) of Palestine? A lot of questions I didn’t know an answer for. But Younis Tarawa - a great and successful YouTuber from Palestine - is giving me some great tips for Palestine! I mean in Palestine you find the place where Jesus was born! Bethlehem! So for everyone who is thinking of visiting this holy birthplace of Jesus Christ, check out these great tips for how to travel Palestine by Younis Tarawa!
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Top attractions include the Old City of Jerusalem, the Dome of the Rock, Church of the Holy Sepulchre and the historic Temple Mount.
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Travel Palestine - Bethlehem
Bethlehem is the little town where Jesus Christ was born. Today, it is a spiritual and cultural hub. It is a destination with an upgraded tourism infrastructure and ready to welcome visitors any time of year.
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Whatever you choose to call it -- Palestine; the Palestinian Territories; the Holy Land; the West Bank -- this ancient land remains one of the most fascinating - and controversial - places on the planet. On this 9-day trip - and in contrast to many other trips in the region - our aim is to travel (predominantly on foot) with neither a political nor a religious agenda, but instead with the aim of gaining an insight into the everyday lives and rich culture of the Palestinian people and experiencing a rarely seen side of the Middle East. My name is Marc Leaderman, I run the Group Tours department at Wild Frontiers, and in this video I am going to explain a little more about our 'Wild Walk In Palestine'.
After transferring from Tel Aviv airport, the tour starts in the old city of Nablus with its medieval souk and then travels slowly south as we walk from village to village, staying mainly with local families. From the fertile valleys of ancient Samaria we then skirt along the edge of the Rift valley and head down below sea-level to the shores of the Dead Sea before finally making our way through the Judean desert and on to Bethlehem and finally Jerusalem.
For anyone that enjoys really getting below the surface of a country, this must rank as one of the very best tours that we offer. Not only do we get to walk and talk with a whole range of Palestinians eager to share their stories, but by actually staying in some of their homes we also get the chance to experience a little of their daily life and their wonderful food -- this is not a trip for those looking to lose weight! In addition, for a trip which actually covers only a relatively small distance, the variety of the scenery and the sights is quite astounding. On one day we might find ourselves wandering through olive groves & deserted Roman hilltop towns and then having lunch with some refugees; on another we might pass Byzantine era churches in a desert wadi before having dinner with some Bedouin in their camp.
This is not a major trekking trip, but on most days there'll be at least 3-4 hrs of walking. And in fact many of the paths we take form part of the so-called Abraham Trail which National Geographic in 2014 voted as one of the world's best new walks. But, as with all our wild walks, there is a lot more to this trip just walking, and whether it's eating knafeh (a baked cheese dessert, drenched in syrup) from a street seller in Nablus souk, sampling a beer from Palestine's only micro-brewery in Taybeh or walking the millennia-old streets of Jerusalem's old city, this trip is guaranteed to leave you with many lifelong memories.
Despite having led trips all over the world, this trip remains one of my all-time favourites and I would unreservedly recommend the Wild Walk in Palestine to anyone looking for something which offers a glimpse into this rarely visited...and rarely understood, yet utterly welcoming and eternally fascinating part of the world.