Preparing for Shabbat – Jerusalem Style
Nachlaot, is known for its narrow, winding lanes, old-style housing, hidden courtyards and many small synagogues is actually a cluster of at least 12 neighborhoods that were established beginning in the late 1870s outside the walls of the Old City which was becoming increasingly overcrowded and unsanitary. In the wake of gentrification projects in the area, the face of the neighborhood has changed while retaining its unique character
Machane Yehuda market "tasting tour"- Enjoy the hustle and bustle with all the rich fragrances, colors and sounds this market has to offer
“slow-cooked dishes made with fresh vegetables and herbs, offering all sorts of cozy delights”
Afternoon at leisure
Western Wall: A Friday night visit to the, (the Kotel) the only remnant of the Temple compound built by Herod the Great is a unique experience.
Friday night dinner - enjoy an authentic and intimate dining experiences in the home of a Jerusalemite to savor what an Israeli Friday night dinner is all about.