So you already heard that Haifa is a city where Muslims, Christians and Jews all live together peacefully, right? But you're still looking to find that one place where you can actually feel it. Look no further - this is it. As a matter of fact, I'm willing to go so far as to say if you haven't visited the... 更多
The beautiful art decorating the wadi area is falling apart and is filthy. Lots of construction going on, without any regard for pedestrians. The various shops, kiosks, and restaurants are quaint.
We love the Wadi and come often on saturday morning when it is open and is full with locls who do their shpping and visitors. We do our shopping and than have lunch. Lunch can be at Nabila in the middle of the market or Falafel on a side street. after lunch we visit one of the sweet shops and... 更多
A place where you can find a bit of everything (almost...). Most of the Arab shop keepers are friendly and helpful but this can not necessarily be said for the population living there. Interesting place to be in daylight but be on your guards - just in case!!
This neighborhood in lower Haifa has mainly Christian Arab residents and is know for its yearly held festival that promotes peace and coexistence..some of the best Schwarma and Falafel can be found at the local small restaurants...park somewhere off Allenby road and walk through the narrow streets..
wadi nisnas is a special place in the heart of the Haifa's people here you can see the join of 3 cultures: Jewish, Christian and Muslim this is a special place for cultural events every end of the year it worth a visit!
The Wadi Nisnas can be reached by car or public bus. There is parking on nearby streets, but I wouldn't recommend driving through the narrow one way streets in the Wadi itself. The outdoor market for vegetables has good variety, though other markets in Haifa are much larger. Go here for the atmosphere. There is a great bake shop on... 更多