Run primarily by Sephardic Jews, Jaffa's famous flea market is a feast for junk and antique lovers. Festooned with rugs, ... More
Jaffa Flea Market
Run primarily by Sephardic Jews, Jaffa's famous flea market is a feast for junk and antique lovers. Festooned with rugs, furniture and antiques, this is one of the most colorful street markets in Israel, swarming with locals in search of bargains and tourists looking for antiques. A wonderful selection of junk, from obsolete Palestinian passports to second-hand books and guitars are sold in the back streets of the market with some top-notch antique finds.
The shopping was wonderful, you can get great buys. Keep tight of your purses and money. If something happens, yell and scream...get a discription of the snatcher. You will be suprised, the shop owners will catch the person and they will press charges. The shop owners want your business, it is their livelihood. Just be aware of your surroundings. Have a great time.
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