Welcome to Welge Travel Report's guide to the best of Jerusalem. WTR's Jerusalem map shows you the location of the Mehane Yahuda Market and The Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
WTR's Carlota Cuisine describes the signature dish at Azura and what to order at Adom.
Jerusalem - Welge Travel Report = Educated Travelers
Welge Travel Report Notables for Jerusalem
Getting around Jerusalem
Public transportation for Jerusalem
WTR's Tony Transit says this is the best site for information on getting around on public transportation in Jerusalem (goisrael.com goisrael.com) - (goisrael.com goisrael.com)
People Watching in Jerusalem
Our Francois Flaneur says the best "PW" is at Mahane Yehuda Market or the Old City Market provide a multi-ethnic experience.
Beverages in Jerusalem
WTR's Larry Lager says Turkish coffee, tea with mint, beer and wine are some of your choices.
Dining in Jerusalem
Our Carlota Cuisine says the best dining is at the Armenian Tavern - L & D: M-Sa, 79 Armenian Patriachate Road, Old City, 972 2 627 3854
Everyone calls it "one of the most beautiful restaurants in Jerusalem". It's a museum. The food is Mediterranean featuring dried spiced meats, kebobs and mixed grill.
Nightlife/Entertainment in Jerusalem
WTR's Shauna Showtime says the best nightlife is in Tel Aviv, but the city center and the Mahana Yehuda Market offer some excitiement.
Shopping in Jerusalem
Our Shari Shopper says the best shopping in Jerusalem is in the center area and South Jerusalem.
Business Information in Jerusalem
Here is help in regard to your business in Jerusalem: (ourcrowd.com)
Exchange Rates (http://www.x-rates.com/)
Recognition for Jerusalem
We extend special thanks to the people who manage and/or own the institutions, museums and restaurants featured in our guides. In some instances we have relied on their descriptions and photos.
Lagniappe for Jerusalem
WTR's Ernie Exhibit provides information on special current exhibitions for our featured museums such as: The Israel Museum
Now to October 31, 2018 see Zoya Cherkassky
Pravda is the first solo exhibition of acclaimed Israeli artist Zoya Cherkassky. The show focuses on paintings from recent years that address her personal experiences and the collective trials of the million-strong Russian immigrant influx to Israel in the early 1990s. In works that are at times provocative and defiant, Cherkassky paints a portrait of this cultural encounter that places an unsettling mirror before Israeli society.The exhibition includes some 50 paintings and 50 works on paper.