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Fora do caminho batido: Jerusalém

Jerusalem is an undeniably popular destination for lots of different travellers. It can get crowded in the tourist centres, so wanting to check out the places ‘off the beaten path’ is something we totally understand. Travelling to Jerusalem and feeling like this resonates with you? Read on to find the best ‘off the beaten path’ spots in Jerusalem!

Ein Kerem

What was once an ancient village outside Jerusalem is now one of the cities best kept secrets. Locals prefer this neighbourhood as it offers an escape from the bustling tourist hot spots. Ein Kerem is known for its beautiful surrounding landscape, and for also being the birthplace of John the Baptist. Additionally, the neighbourhood offers lots of shops and restaurants, as well as some historical things, to check out! Come and lose yourself in this charming and homey neighbourhood!

Nachlaot Neighborhood

Nachlaot specifically stands out because of its twisty roads and hidden courtyards. It’s easily now the most popular place to live in Jerusalem. The stone houses were built in the 1870’s by Jews looking for a quieter life away from the city centre. Although there are only around 100 left now, this neighbourhood also used to have the most synagogues in Jerusalem. The smell of food and the sound of laughter will attract any ‘off the beaten path’ Jerusalem traveler to explore!

Valley of the Cross

This valley is the perfect place for a picnic at sunset, and offers incredible views. It’s also next to Gan Sacher, Jerusalem’s largest public park. The Israel Museum and the Knesset are also nearby, which are great places to learn about Israel’s history. Both locations overlook the valley, with the neighborhood of Rehavia in the east.

Montefiore Windmill, Yemin Moshe

The alleys and shops are an enticing place to explore and wander through. Montefiore was built in the 1890s to help with the overpopulation in the Old City and was the first Jewish neighbourhood outside the walls.The Montefiore Windmill is also a spot worth checking out. It’s visible from all over the city and stands out as a landmark.

The First Station

Everything you desire is conveniently located inside Jerusalem’s First Station. Here you’ll find a variety of cuisine and dining options, art, and even concerts! It’s family-friendly oriented, but attracts all different types of crowds. You can also take lots of walking and Segway city tours from here. Don’t miss out on their open markets where you can buy anything from jewellery to fresh cheese.

Jerusalem Cinematheque

Passionate about old films? Jerusalem Cinematheque is the place for you! This cinema shows both classics and new Hollywood films. With great seating and marvellous sound, it’s arguably the best cinema in Jerusalem. In summer, they also host the Jerusalem Film Festival. It lasts a week and attracts food vendors, live music, and large crowds. It’s a great place for your Jerusalem ‘off the beaten path’ adventure!

Jachnun Bar

When visiting Jerusalem, trying Yemenite cuisine is an absolute must. Jachnun Bar offers something for everyone, even if you’re vegan! They’re open 24/7, with two different locations, so there’s no excuse to not give it a try! The atmosphere is friendly and homey, making the experience that much more memorable. Give it a try; everyone raves about it.

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A slightly newer restaurant located outside of Jerusalem, Reshta provides visitors with a taste of authentic Arab cuisine. The chef’s garden is adjacent to the restaurant so he often uses these vegetables in the dishes. Guests know exactly where their food comes from at this farm to table establishment. There are numerous options for all diets as well. The reviews are nothing but complimentary; everyone recognising how special it is!

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?ספיישל פסטיבל ירושלים? אז אתמול הגענו למסעדת @reshta_rest בכפר עין רפא, מרחק 20 דקות נסיעה ממרכז ירושלים, באזור אבו גוש. כבר שהגענו נתגלתה לה מסעדה עם מזג אוויר טוסקני, מוקפת בשדות וגפנים. ישבנו בחוץ בליווי הבריזה הנעימה של ירושלים, קיבלנו מיץ תמרינדי הום מייד וזה כבר היה מספק. עכשיו התחיל להגיע האוכל, שככל הנראה הזמנו יותר מידי ממנו… (ועל כן אכתוב בקצרה) ראשית, סלטים עם פיתה חמה מהטאבון – אלו היו מעולים, בעיקר הטחינה השחורה וסלט הכרובית which I love. לאחר מכן סלט הפאטוש שהיה פשוט וטוב ופלפלים ממולאים באורז מתובל שיתאימו לחובבי הז׳אנר (ממולאים). המשכנו לעלי הגפן הממולאים (חסרה תמונה שלהם) שהיו מעולים, עדינים ולא מאוד חמוצים. וכעת לעיקריות – קבב סינייה עם חצילים ורוטב עגבניות עשיר (במקום השני) מסאחן (במקום הראשון) שלטעמי ולטעם שאר חבריי לשולחן הייתה המנה הטעימה ביותר (על כן מוקדשות לה שתי תמונות). זו מנה ערבית של עוף צלוי עם בצל ותבלינים על פיתה מהטאבון, העוף טעים ומתפרק בפה והפיתה קראנצ׳ית. עברנו לקציצות הדגים ברוטב עגבניות, שהיו טובות אבל אני אישית מעדיפה את הדגים שלי שלמים. ולסיום השישברק, כי הייתי חייבת להבין על מה כולם מדברים. שישברק זו מנה של כיסוני בצק ממולאים בשר בתוך סוג של מרק יוגורט, או בקיצור – הקרפלך הערבי. לצערי פיתחתי ציפייה קצת גדולה מידי למנה הזו ולכן התאכזבתי כשהתחוור לי שזה פשוט קרפלך (שוב, אם אתם אוהבים כיסונים מהסוג הזה אז ייתכן שהמנה תמצא חן בעיניכם). ולסיום סיומת, הזמנו כנאפה ובקלאווה. הכנאפה היה ייחודי בחוסר שעירותו, מה שנתן יותר מקום לגבינה, ולבקלאווה הייתה קראנצ׳יות מדוייקת ומתיקות שיורדת רק עם הקפה השחור. לסיכום, האוכל היה אותנטי וטעים מאוד, המלצרים נחמדים ואכפתיים, המנות גדולות ומתאימות לחלוקה, האווירה מושלמת בעיקר בשעות הדימדומים, ואין יין אז תביאו לבד מהבית, לאב יו ביי.

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We hope this guide has helped you plan your Jerusalem ‘off the beaten path’ adventures! If you want to know more about Jerusalem, read our Ultimate Jerusalem Guide with local tips and events! Feel the pulse of Jerusalem and discover the best hostel in town, Abraham Hostel Jerusalem!

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