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Ja a Port and Old Ja a

The Ja a Port on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea showcases ancient buildings and a combination of ancient-authentic Middle Eastern culture with modern culture. The Port has a charming promenade, changing art galleries and shops, cafes and authentic sh restaurants, local shermen, yachts and cruises, sh market and more. Right next to the Port is Old Ja a with its winding alleyways spotted with craft shops, art galleries, and also antique and jewelry stands at Ja a's lively ea market. Among the main sites remaining from the Ottoman period are the Ja a Clock Tower and St. Peter's Church. At the Ilana Goor Museum you can enjoy art by Israeli and international artists. The area is also popular thanks to its great wine bars, Mediterranean and seafood restaurants. For more than half a century, between 1892 and 1948, the Station's platforms were crammed with hundreds of thousands of passengers and goods, headed from Ja a to Jerusalem and back. Nowadays, HATACHANA (meaning The Station in Hebrew) mostly welcomes visitors stopping by to feel, just for a moment, that they are part of the journey between then and now. Whether you're looking for a fun family time, or just want to take a little break from your daily routine, HATACHANA can o er: historic 19th-century buildings and trendy galleries and shops; festivals, parties, concerts and cultural events for every mood and age; restaurants, bars and cafes, and there's even an adjacent parking lot with discounted rates. Location: facing the sea, between Neve Tzedek and Old Ja a. whom? All Ages How much? Free Entrance HATACHANA - The Station

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