A tour combining past and present, religions and fascinating history.
The tour begins at the Clock Square, from which you enter the Greek market area, "Souk a-Deir," which has returned to its glorious past over the last year.
We will get to see the remains of the Ottoman government palace among other rulers, we will visit the extravagant events space, which at one time worked as a cobbler, and how they turned a prison into a hotel and a brothel to a synagogue.
From there, we will walk along the "Khan" street, which at the same time worked as a Christian, Jewish and Muslim Khan.
One of them was the Shin Bet building, another was the birthplace of one of the most world-famous opera conductors, and the last was a Jewish couple, Srur and his wife.
In the HaPishpushim Market, we will visit the earliest stalls that have survived the test of time.
There, you will see a motorized scooter from the British Mandate period, to understand why the Persians spread out their tapestry on the floor, and see where the last Moroccan Hamara is located.
We will also hear the story of the doctors on Beit Eshel Street: Dr. Shakshuka, Dr. Nargila, Dr. Antika and Dr. Leck., and the connection to the Police, record shop and Azulay. In addition, tastings can be combined with the tour at a cost of 25 NIS per person.
Finally, we will visit the place where the Hebrew Gymnasium stood, the home of the French family of Bost, the APC building, and more.