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Ben Yehuda Street

Ben Yehuda Street, Jerusalem, Israel
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Worth of taking pictures if you are close by.

We weren't planing to be there, just saw it during our walk. But i wouldn't go specifically of that... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Seattle, Washington
Very Busy, But a Classic Israeli Street

Ben Yehuda is an important street to visit while touring Jerusalem. Just walking through it once... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
New York City, New York
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Named after Eliezer Ben Yehuda who revived Hebrew as a modern language, this busy street is filled with cafes, shops and street vendors. Visit ben-yehudah-streetDOTcom to see shops and businesses on Ben Yehuda Street
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  • Very good32%
  • Average9%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Ben Yehuda Street, Jerusalem, Israel
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Reviewed yesterday

We weren't planing to be there, just saw it during our walk. But i wouldn't go specifically of that street. Jerusalem, and especially old town has a lot more to offer.

Thank andrewseattle2014
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Ben Yehuda is an important street to visit while touring Jerusalem. Just walking through it once gives you further insight into Israeli culture. Additionally, the restaurants are fantastic and I highly recommend visiting one. It is a touristy spot (so it's busy) but nevertheless it's...More

Thank cjkranz
Reviewed 1 week ago

Ben Yehuda Street vibrates with sounds and sights well into the late night. There are many good places to eat or just enjoy snacks. Shoppers will find all sorts of treasures and souvenirs in all price ranges. It's a great place to spend time and...More

Thank MissMem
Reviewed 1 week ago

In my opinion after dark is the best time to visit this area. The people are amazing, as well as the food and shops. Several times during the year the have street vendors set up selling a variety of arts, crafts and jewelry. You will...More

Thank B7747KRrichardm
Reviewed 1 week ago

This street is really jumping on Saturday after the Sabbath ends. All the shops and restaurants then open and the street is filled with young people and lots of tourists.

Thank CruisingCalifornian
Reviewed 1 week ago

A wonderful, lively, pedestrian street, filled with restaurants, bars, shops and people. Very central. a must see in the city.

Thank Joseph B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We went here with a friends parents who live in Jerusalem. It is a lively place (even mid-week) when we went. There are shops, restaurants and a show at 9pm with changing performances. We had a great time.

Thank Judy B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Always has this beautifully and uniquely decorated street never know what to expect there especially during High Sabbaths. Great food, open market, and just about anything you can think of available..

Thank beloved525
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

alwaays something going on dancing at nite gelato and yogurt lots of shops falafel tourists and locals

Thank AJRRR72
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Ben Yehuda is a lively pedestrian street featuring a variety of restaurants, souvenir shops, and street performers. Come for the food and entertainment and stay for the social scene.

Thank MoeTrav
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26 February 2017|
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Response from tobyrev1217 | Reviewed this property |
I am not sure about when and how late the transportation runs after it starts up again after Shabbat. It is pretty safe. You should be aware of people and your belongings anywhere in the world you are, as a solo female. Make... More
27 October 2015|
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Response from Robyn E | Reviewed this property |
There is underground parking on Modechai A'liash St. behind the City Tower building. Also, there is a parking structure and an outdoor parking lot on Mesilat Yesharim St. These are all very close to Ben Yehuda St. but may be... More
24 July 2015|
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Response from shapgo | Reviewed this property |
I was focused on jewelry and Judaica but there are several shops and should have some of what you are looking for. Also check Mamila Mall stores and the local newspaper or contact your concierge ahead of time for arts and... More