Last day of my Israel adventure I spend exploring Nazareth

Doves in the alley just outside my Hostel
Doves in the alley just outside my Hostel

I stayed at Fauzi Azar Inn while in Nazareth. It is a great hostel with fabulous people and on my last morning I did their free tour of Nazareth.

Walking through the narrow alleys of Nazareth
Walking through the narrow alleys of Nazareth
Walking down the Cobbled streets towards the market
Walking down the Cobbled streets towards the market
Visiting a small street market in the heart of the city
Visiting a small street market in the heart of the city
Baker busy making lovely fresh flat bread!
Baker busy making lovely fresh flat bread!
Lovely old building throughout Nazareth
Lovely old building throughout Nazareth

It was a Monday morning and couldnt believe the streets were so quiet
It was a Monday morning and couldnt believe the streets were so quiet

It was very interesting exploring the old city and I really enjoyed it. I got to see what Nazareth really looks like away from the usual tourist sites. We walked through the town with a great guide who gave us a bit of the history of everything going on in Nazareth. Love exploring parts of a city that you wouldn’t have seen if you only followed a travel guide. 

Exploring the tunnels that run under the city
Exploring the tunnels that run under the city
The architecture of the city takes me back centuries
The architecture of the city takes me back centuries
Yellow seems to be the brightest colour that people paint their homes over here
Yellow seems to be the brightest colour that people paint their homes over here
Ruins found hidden in alleyways
Ruins found hidden in alleyways

That afternoon I took a sheirut (shared taxi) to Tel Aviv where I stayed at Gordon Inn before flying back to Moscow. That night I had fabulous seafood pasta at Goocha and went for a walk along the beach.

Walking along the beachfront in Tel Aviv
Walking along the beachfront in Tel Aviv

A perfect end to my Israel adventure!!!

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8 comments

  1. I have very much enjoyed reading about your visit to Israel, Janaline. I visited in 2008 and your articles brought back many happy memories. Thank you. PS: The photos were great, too.

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